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Title: Alcohol


1
Alcohol Drugs
Employee
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Training will cover
  • Information Employees must receive
  • Drug alcohol prohibitions
  • The tests
  • Pre-employment drug
  • Post-accident drug alcohol
  • Random drug alcohol
  • Reasonable suspicion drug alcohol
  • Return-to-duty drug alcohol
  • Follow-up drug alcohol

3
Training will cover
  • Alcohol testing procedures
  • Drug testing procedures
  • Retention of test results

4
Information Employees must receive
  • Name of person who will answer Employee questions
    about the materials
  • Employees subject to Part 382

1a
5
Information Employees must receive
  • Safety-sensitive functions
  • Prohibited Employee conduct
  • Circumstances under which a Employee will be
    tested

1b
6
Information Employees must receive
  • Testing process and procedure
  • Employees are required to submit to Part 382
    tests

1c
7
Information Employees must receive
  • Refusal to submit and the consequences
  • The consequences for failing a drug or alcohol
    test

1d
8
Information Employees must receive
  • The consequences for having an alcohol test
    result of 0.02 to 0.04

1e
9
Information Employees must receive
  • The effects of alcohol and drug use on an
    individuals health, work, and personal life
  • Company policy

1f
10
Drug and alcohol prohibitions
  • Alcohol
  • Use while performing safety-sensitive functions
  • Use during the 4 hours before performing
    safety-sensitive functions

2a
11
Drug and alcohol prohibitions
  • Alcohol
  • Reporting for duty or remaining on duty to
    perform safety-sensitive functions with an
    alcohol concentration of 0.04 or greater

2b
12
Drug and alcohol prohibitions
  • Alcohol
  • Use during the 8 hours following an accident, or
    until a post-accident test is completed
  • Refusal to take a required test

2c
13
Alcohol and drug prohibitions
  • Drug
  • Use of any drug, except by doctors prescription
  • Testing positive for drugs

2d
14
Alcohol and drug prohibitions
  • Drug
  • Having an adulterated or substituted test
    specimen
  • Refusing to take a required test

2e
15
Pre-employment drug testing
  • Employee must be notified of test prior to
    testing
  • Employee must submit before performing any
    safety-sensitive function

3a
16
Pre-employment drug testing
  • Company must receive a verified negative test
    result

3b
17
Post-accident testing
  • Alcohol
  • Fatality
  • Employee receives a citation within 8 hours and
    any vehicle involved must be towed

4a
18
Post-accident testing
  • Employee receives a citation within 8 hours and
    any person involved in the accident receives an
    injury requiring treatment away from the scene

4b
19
Post-accident testing
  • Drug
  • Fatality
  • Any Incident
  • Employee receives a citation within 32 hours
    and any vehicle involved must be towed

4c
20
Post-accident testing
  • Employee receives a citation within 32 hours and
    any person involved in the accident receives an
    injury requiring treatment away from the scene

4d
21
Post-accident testing
  • Employee must remain available for testing
  • Employee must refrain from consuming alcohol for
    8 hours after the accident or until a test is
    performed

4e
22
Random testing
  • The alcohol testing rate is 10 percent of the
    average number of Employee positions

5a
23
Random testing
  • A Employee may only be tested for alcohol during,
    just before or just after performing
    safety-sensitive functions

5b
24
Random testing
  • The drug testing rate is 50 percent of the
    average number of Employee positions
  • Drug testing may be performed at any time the
    Employee is at
  • work

5c
25
Random testing
  • Selection must be made by a scientifically valid
    method
  • Random number table
  • Computer based random number generator

5d
26
Random testing
  • Unannounced
  • Testing dates spread reasonably throughout the
    year

5e
27
Random testing
  • When notified, the Employee must immediately
    proceed to the testing site

5f
28
Reasonable suspicion testing
  • Employee must submit to alcohol and/or drug test
    when supervisor or company official has
    reasonable suspicion to believe the Employee is
    using alcohol and/or drugs

6a
29
Reasonable suspicion testing
  • Alcohol testing Observations must be made
    during, just before, or just after the Employee
    performs safety-sensitive functions

6b
30
Reasonable suspicion testing
  • Drug testing Any time reasonable suspicion
    exists while the Employee is on duty

6c
31
Return-to-duty and follow-up testing
  • A Employee who fails an alcohol or drug test must
    undergo a return-to-duty test with an alcohol
    result of less than 0.02 and/or a negative drug
    test

7a
32
Return-to-duty and follow-up testing
  • A Employee is subject to at least six unannounced
    follow-up tests in the first 12 months
  • Follow-up testing can be conducted for up to
    60 months

7b
33
Alcohol testing procedures
  • Testing performed by a BAT or STT
  • Testing performed in a private setting

8a
34
Alcohol testing procedures
  • Identification
  • Explanation of testing procedure
  • Completion of testing form

8b
35
Alcohol testing procedures
  • Screening test
  • Confirmation test

8c
36
Drug testing procedures
  • Urine sample is analyzed
  • Integrity of specimen is important
  • All handling and storage must be tracked

9a
37
Drug testing procedures
  • Identification
  • Explanation of collection procedure
  • Remove outer clothing/empty pockets

9b
38
Drug testing procedures
  • Wash hands
  • Select wrapped/sealed container
  • Provide specimen

9c
39
Drug testing procedures
  • Collector must inspect specimen for tampering
  • If there are signs of tampering a new collection
    must be done

9d
40
Drug testing procedures
  • Collector must follow specific procedure when
    preparing specimen for testing

9e
41
Drug testing procedures
  • Lab tests for five substances
  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine
  • Amphetamines
  • Opiates
  • Phencyclidine (PCP)

9f
42
Drug testing procedures
  • If initial test is positive confirmation test is
    performed
  • Only samples confirmed positive are reported
    as positive

9g
43
Drug testing procedures
  • If test is positive MRO will discuss with Employee

9h
44
Retention of test results
  • All drug and alcohol records must be kept in a
    secure location with controlled access
  • All Employees
  • must request their records in writing

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