Add a description about this category drug collector training Breath Alcohol Technician training Reasonable Suspicion training
Qualified Professional Drug Collector - Follows Department of Transportation and Health and Human Services guidelines.
Overview and Objectives for regulated and non regulated collections, Collection site, Direct observations, Supplies, Monitored collections, problem collections, etc. All of the requirements under 49 CFR Part 40
Registration at National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association.
Class can be on line with WebEx mocks, live in person, or live on the internet
Breath Alcohol Technician training following Department of Transportation DOT model. In depth explanation of DOT rules and regulations according to 49 CFR Part as well as the most fundamentals of the breath alcohol testing (EBT) that is being used.
This training includes the mocks on Lifeloc Technologies EV30 and or Phoenix 6.0 BT
Next step is to become Provisional Instructor to train within your company
Training following Department of Transportation DOT STT model. In depth explanation of DOT rules and regulations according to 49 CFR Part as well as the most fundamentals of the alcohol screening device (ASD) that is being used.
This training includes the mocks on QED and/ or AlcoScreen02
Want to add this type of collections as a BAT or another EBT- Explanation of the device with the mocks ($155)
Minimum training of one (1) hour on specific, contemporaneous, physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable drug use and one (1) hour on specific, contemporaneous physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable alcohol use. Determination discussion if accident qualifies for post-accident testing. Most classes run 3-4 hours and are tailored to the specific industry i.e.: FMCSA, FAA, FTA, FRA, PHMSA, USCG, and private company policy
The objective of the DER Compliance course is to provide instruction and resource material that enables the DER to: Fully understand the role of the DER in the drug testing process; background. Define issues that arise during the drug testing process and what action is required of DERs; assurance of compliance to company polices. Learn responsibility and role according to DOT regulations, DHHS mandatory Guidelines and industry best practices. Better serve the company by being knowledgeable abou
Schedule any of these trainings by contacting KorManagement Services 605-758-2325 or 605-237-1357 Credit cards are accepted and all training must be paid for prior to date of training.