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FTA-Sponsored Training - 14th Annual FTA Drug and Alcohol Program National Conference

Upcoming Sessions

ID:DANatConf
Event Name:14th Annual FTA Drug and Alcohol Program National Conference
Continuing Education Units (CEUs):0
Length:3 days
Attendance/Materials Fee:$0
Overview: This FREE three-day Conference will provide attendees with a solid background on 49 CFR Part 40 (Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs) and 49 CFR Part 655 (Prevention of Alcohol Misuse and Prohibited Drug Use in Transit Operators). The Conference will be an exceptional opportunity for those both new and old to the transit industry with sessions tailored to both groups.
Prerequisites: None.
Elements: •  Beginner Drug and Alcohol Program Manager (DAPM) Training
•  Experienced Experienced Drug and Alcohol Program Manager Training (DAPM) Training
•  Reasonable Suspicion Training
•  You're Being Audited by FTA! What Should You Expect?
•  Networking Sessions for Small/Med, Large, Rural Systems
•  ODAPC Drug and Alcohol Overview and Updates
•  The DOT-Qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP): Roles and Responsibilities
•  TRACS and Rx/OTC Medication Updates and New Employer Technical Assistance Tools
•  MPO's/City Government: Who Does What?
•  How to Prepare for Arbitration Pertaining to Drug and Alcohol Testing
•  The Contract is Your Prenup: How to Navigate the Relationship with Your TPA
•  What You Should Expect from Your Medical Review Officer (MRO)
•  Jeopardy!: How Well Do You Know the FTA Drug and Alcohol Program?
•  Post-Accident Thresholds and Scenarios
•  Alcohol Testing that Defeats Legal Challenges
•  How to Write a DOT and FTA Compliant Policy
•  How to Review Your Collection Site for Compliance
•  FTA vs. FMCSA: A Regulatory Comparison
•  Ten Tools for a Terrific Training Program
•  Q&A with the Experts: FTA, FMCSA, ODAPC, and FTA Auditor
•  You and Your Service Agents: Establishing Partnerships That Work
•  DAPM Scenarios
•  How to Run a Second Chance Program
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Updated: Monday, August 22, 2016
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