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It’s Friday afternoon and you are about to get off of work to meet some friends at your favorite restaurant when you get a call from a friend of yours in check-in. She says that she saw one of your pilots, Dave, on the shuttle bus to the airport this morning and he didn’t look good. She says that he stumbled into the van, passed out in the back seat, and then threw up shortly after getting out of the van. She is concerned because she thought she saw him swig a half-empty bottle of tequila before entering the airport. What do you do? Do you know where to look for the answer?

Would it matter if it was a gate agent instead?

Would it matter if it was a flight mechanic instead?

Would it matter if he was leaving work instead of starting work?

Would it matter if it was in Indonesia instead of the US?

In this DER training course geared toward FAA-regulated employers you will learn everything you need to know to become a DER including:

  • What it means to be a DER;
  • The roles and responsibilities of a DER;
  • The requirements for a DOT Program under your specified agency;
  • How to manage a drug and alcohol-free workplace program for DOT covered employees;
  • The drug and alcohol testing process and how to handle problems in testing;
  • Which regulations apply to your company and how to stay in compliance;
  • How to select and monitor service agents;
  • Training requirements for employees and supervisors;
  • Which records must be kept and for how long; and
  • Best practices to avoid a poor audit result.

You will also receive resources, reference materials, and helpful guides to help you while becoming a successful Designated Employer Representative.

  • Successful Designated Employer Representative (DER) students will be able to manage a drug and alcohol free workplace policy within their organization including providing the necessary training to employees and making determinations of when to test and when a refusal should be determined.
  • Successful students will be able to express an understanding of industry terms and the protocols involved with the DOT and FAA regulations by completing an online quiz with 75% or greater proficiency.