Do you manage your company's DOT/FAA drug and alcohol testing program? Check out our Designated Employer Representative (DER) Awareness videos, informational brochure, and employee poster!
The Drug Abatement Division wants to help you, the DER, be sure that you are Doing Everything Right. The video series covers five topics that are direct threats to aviation safety. The brochure supports the videos and provides additional information and best practices. We hope you use the employee poster in your workplace to remind safety-sensitive employees they are subject to testing.
Poster: Drugs and Alcohol Don't Fly (PDF)
Brochure: Compliance Ahead (PDF)
Doing Everything Right: Video Series
The five videos below target the most-frequent violation areas: pre-employment testing; random testing; the return-to-duty process; the collection process; and education. They include scenarios based on real-life situations that often lead to an employer being out of compliance, and best practices to help the DER (or program manager) ensure compliance and Do Everything Right.
To download one or all of the videos as an MP4, go to FAA's TV web page and enter "DER" in the Search Media box. Select the video, right-click the MP4 link to the right, and select "Save target as…" from the menu that appears.
Pre-Employment Testing Education for DERs
06:30 | October 22, 2013
Pre-Employment Testing Education for Designated Employer Representatives
Random Testing Education for DERs
06:07 | October 22, 2013
Random Drug Testing Education for Designated Employer Representatives
Return To Duty Education for DERs
06:30 | October 21, 2013
Return To Duty Education for Designated Employer Representatives
Employee Education Program for DERs
05:11 | October 22, 2013
Instructions for DER-Sponsored Employee Education Programs
Collection Process Education for DERs
06:31 | October 22, 2013
Collection Process Education for Designated Employer Representatives
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