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This course meets the requirements of 14 CFR Part 120, and includes information on the effects of alcohol and controlled substances on an individual’s health, work, and personal life; signs and symptoms of a substance abuse problem; and ways to get help.

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FAA Employee Training

 

FAA Employee Training covers 14 CFR Part 120 requirements, providing comprehensive insights into the impact of alcohol and controlled substances on health, work, and personal life. Learn to identify signs of substance abuse and discover avenues for support.

 

14 CFR Part 120 Supervisor and Employee training requirements:

  • Employee Training (Drug Testing Program):
    • Must cover effects and consequences of drug use on health, safety, and work environment.
    • Includes recognizing manifestations and behavioral cues of drug use.
    • Documentation of training provided to employees and supervisors.
  • Supervisor Training (Drug Testing Program):
    • Supervisors for reasonable cause determinations must receive at least 60 minutes of initial training.
    • Training includes identifying physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of drug use.
    • Recurrent training recommended every 12-18 months.
  • Alcohol Testing Program:
    • Educational materials provided on alcohol misuse requirements and employer policies.
    • Supervisors for reasonable suspicion determinations must receive 60 minutes of training on indicators of alcohol misuse.
    • No specific requirement for recurrent training, but periodic reviews are recommended.

 

FAA Drug and Alcohol Training Requirements Overview

The FAA mandates specific training and distribution requirements outlined in 14 CFR §§ 120.115 and 120.223 for safety-sensitive employees and their supervisors, particularly those involved in reasonable cause/suspicion testing determinations.

  • Drug Testing Requirements:
    • Initial employee training covers the effects of drug use on health, safety, and work environment, and includes identifying behavioral cues of drug abuse.
    • Supervisory training includes recognizing physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of drug use. Initial training is at least 60 minutes with recurrent training recommended every 12-18 months.
  • Alcohol Testing Requirements:
    • Employees receive educational materials detailing alcohol misuse requirements and employer policies.
    • Supervisors conducting reasonable suspicion alcohol determinations undergo 60 minutes of training on indicators like physical symptoms and behavioral changes.

 

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