Drug and Alcohol Testing for CDL Drivers Safety Training Video

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$ 89.00 USD
Length:
18
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SKU:
VOD-TRN-436
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This safety video program on Drug and Alcohol Testing for CDL Drivers provides information on what happens if a driver tests positive for a substance, and how they can get help for a drug or alcohol use disorder. The course also includes the recent approval of “oral fluids testing” as a testing method, as well as discusses the Federal Transportation Employee Testing Act, which helps ensure that drivers of commercial vehicles stay drug-and alcohol-free.

Everyone knows that alcohol, drugs and driving don’t mix, but impaired drivers are still a major cause of accidents. With 42,795 fatalities and 1.5 million injuries in 2022 in the United States alone, keeping commercial drivers who are impaired by drugs or alcohol off the roads and getting them help for their substance use disorders is more important than ever.

Areas covered in the safety video program include:

  • DOT and FMCSA drug and alcohol regulations,
  • drug and alcohol testing basics,
  • how drug and alcohol tests are conducted,
  • driver removal and return-to-duty,
  • getting help for substance use disorders, and more.

The safety video program comes with a quiz, a scheduling and attendance form, a training certificate, and an employee training log.

Associated Regulations:

  • 49 CFR Part 199 – Drug and Alcohol Testing

This safety video program is produced by The MARCOM Group, Ltd.

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This safety video program on Drug and Alcohol Testing for CDL Drivers provides information on what happens if a driver tests positive for a substance, and how they can get help for a drug or alcohol use disorder.

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