WHAT IS INVOLVED?
Managing a drug & alcohol program involves training your supervisors and testing and training drivers of commercial motor vehicles — in addition to handling the related recordkeeping — and is required under Part 382 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs).
WHO MUST COMPLY?
If your company operates vehicles that require drivers to possess a commercial driver’s license (CDL), your operation and the drivers of those vehicles are subject to the Part 382 and Part 40 requirements.
WHAT TYPES OF TRAINING ARE REQUIRED?
You must ensure that all persons designated to supervise drivers receive the following:
- 60 minutes of training on alcohol use
- 60 minutes of training on drug use
Supervisors will use this training to determine whether reasonable suspicion exists to require a driver to undergo testing. Additionally, you’re required to provide drivers with detailed information covering 11 key areas, including the effects of drug & alcohol use, your company’s policies, testing requirements, and how and where drivers can get help for substance abuse.
WHAT TYPES OF TESTS ARE REQUIRED?
Part 382 requires the following six types of driver testing:
WHAT TYPES OF RECORDKEEPING ARE REQUIRED?
Employers are expected to maintain the following records of their drug & alcohol programs under Part 382:
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