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Title: New Hire training


1
New Hire training

2
Operation RedBlock Mark-off procedures
  • The following procedures are approved by your
    organization and will be supported by the
    carrier.
  • If you are called to work and have been using
    alcohol or drugs, tell the carrier that you need
    to mark-off OPERATION REDBLOCK. DO NOT USE ANY
    OTHER REASON TO MARK-OFF. The failure to properly
    identify the reason as Operation RedBlock could
    result in disciplinary action.

3
Operation RedBlock Mark-off procedures
  • If you are on duty or going on duty and discover
    that your co-worker has been using alcohol or
    drugs (whether impaired or not) immediately stop
    what you are doing and tell you co-worker that
    you cannot work with him/her. Advise your
    co-worker that you must mark him/her off
    Operation RedBlock. A call must be made to a
    division supervisor. When you tell the supervisor
    that you have a REDBLOCK situation, he/she will
    assist when necessary in getting your co- worker
    off duty and safely off the property. No
    discipline will be administered and no records
    will be kept. Once the incident is over and the
    employee is off duty, notify a RedBlock team
    member of the incident so that help can be
    offered confidentially to the employee.

4
Operation RedBlock Mark-off procedures
  • Should the impaired employee be uncooperative,
    the co-worker can use the CO-WORKER BYPASS
    AGREEMENT and request the help of a supervisor.
    In these cases, the supervisor will come out to
    assist the co-worker in removing the employee and
    getting him/her home. NO RULE G charges will be
    made if the Employee Assistance Program Counselor
    is contacted within five (5) days.

5
Operation RedBlock Mark-off guidelines
  • For an On Call, On Duty, or Away from Home
    Terminal, an employee will be allowed to mark off
    Operation RedBlock 3 times within a twelve month
    period.
  • First time - Team Captain contacts employee,
    discusses with him/her facts of mark-off, and
    offers whatever assistance is necessary. Reminds
    employee of his/her working responsibility. 
  • An Employee can be referred to the EAP at any
    time based on individual situations

6
Operation RedBlock Mark-off guidelines
  • Second time - Team Captain contacts employee,
    discusses facts of the mark-off, educates
    employee on guidelines for Operation RedBlock
    program, and their work responsibility. If
    mark-off happens again, employee could be
    referred to the Employee Assistance Program
    Counselor in accordance with the Co-Worker Bypass
    Agreement. The employees Local Chairman will be
    consulted.
  • Third time - Team Captain contacts employee and
    discusses the mark-off. The ORB Coordinator will
    counsel with the Team Captain, Local Chairman,
    and General Chairman of situation. If all agree,
    employee will be instructed to contact company
    Employee Assistance Counselor within (5) days as
    per the Co-Worker Bypass Agreement. The ORB
    Coordinator will then contact management as per
    Co-Worker Bypass Agreement.
  • An Employee can be referred to the EAP at any
    time based on individual situations

7
Away From Home Terminal
  • Employees reporting for duty, on duty, on CSX
    property, or occupying facilities provided by CSX
    are prohibited from having in their possession,
    using, or being under the influence of alcoholic
    beverages or intoxicants.
  • ?Employees shall neither report for duty nor
    perform service while under the influence of, nor
    use while on duty or on CSX property, any drug,
    medication, or other substance, including
    prescribed medication that will in any way
    adversely affect the employees alertness,
    coordination, reaction, response, or safety.
  • The illegal use and/or possession of a drug,
    narcotic, or other substance that affects
    alertness, coordination, reaction, response, or
    safety is prohibited while on or off duty.

8
Away From Home Terminal
  • If you are checked in to the hotel by your CLC
    card, or other railroad provided payment, you are
    considered on CSX property. Please note that
    Rule 106 (G) is very broad, and includes all
    forms of intoxicants, including prescribed
    medication. CSX employees are subject to Rule 106
    (G) charges while on or off duty, provided that
    they are on company property, and are subject to
    the same penalties.
  • The Operation RedBlock mark off is permitted at
    the away from home terminal. Please protect
    yourself and your co-workers!

9
What you need to know about Federal drug and
alcohol testing
  • You are in violation of Federal regulations if
    you are in possession of alcohol or illegal drugs
    while assigned to perform covered service or if
    you use alcohol on duty or within 4 hours of
    reporting for covered service or after receiving
    notice to report (whichever is the lesser
    period). Use of illegal drugs is prohibited on or
    off-duty.
  • Alcohol Concentration Below 0.02 A railroad may
    not use a Federal test result below 0.02 for
    Federal or company action. Breathalyzers are not
    certified at levels below 0.02, so a test result
    below 0.02 is negative.

10
What you need to know about Federal drug and
alcohol testing
  • Alcohol Concentration 0.02 to 0.039
  • If you are on railroad property with an alcohol
    test result from 0.02 through 0.039, your test
    result is positive for alcohol, and the
    railroad must remove you from covered service for
    at least 8 hours. The railroad is not prohibited
    from taking further disciplinary action under
    company policy.

11
What you need to know about Federal drug and
alcohol testing
  • Alcohol Concentration 0.04 or More and/or
    Illegal/Unauthorized Drug Use
  • If you test positive for illegal or unauthorized
    drugs, and/or if you test positive for alcohol at
    0.04 or higher, you are in violation of the
    Federal rules and the railroad must remove you
    from covered service. To be allowed to return to
    covered service, you must first
  • Complete the Federal return-to-duty requirements,
    including evaluation by a Substance Abuse
    Professional and any recommended education and/or
    treatment and have a negative result on your
    Federal return-to-duty test.
  • If the railroad chooses to return you to duty,
    you will have to take Federal follow-up tests for
    up to five years. You will take a minimum of six
    follow-up tests in the year after you return to
    work.

12
What you need to know about Federal drug and
alcohol testing
  • Prescription and Over-The-Counter Medications
  • You must inform one of your treating physicians
    of all the prescribed and over-the-counter drugs
    you are taking so that your doctor can determine
    if your use of these drugs is consistent with the
    safe performance of your duties.
  • You must use the medication at the doctors
    prescribed or authorized dosage.
  • The railroad may require you to obtain prior
    approval for any drugs you are taking.
  • Use Only Prescriptions in Your Name You may only
    legally use medications prescribed for you. You
    are not authorized to use medication prescribed
    for someone else, such as medications prescribed
    for your spouse, parents, or children. Using
    someone elses prescription drugs can result in a
    positive Federal test result.
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