We understand that it's not easy to find time in your busy schedule for training. 

Our Online Training library of courses helps you to get the training you need at times that are convenient for you. Online Training is delivered over the web to let you proceed at your own pace, anytime and anywhere. 

Designated Employer Representative Training: The Ins and Outs of Your Role as a DER

July 19, 2018

The DER's role is to ensure compliance with all DOT drug testing regulations and to receive drug and alcohol test results. But what do you do once you have received a result?? And what do you do with a result that is not negative?? Our course will cover drug testing basics, how to overcome problems when they occur, and suggestions for policy development. 

Supervisor Signs & Symptoms Training

July 19, 2018

This series of videos and presentations have been designed to assist your DOT supervisor personnel in the required procedures and education performed as required by Department of Transportation 14 & 49 CFR. This course is specifically designed for DOT regulated companies. An online training class is available for each DOT agency (FAA, FRA, FMCSA, FTA and PHMSA). 

Breath Alcohol Certification Training

July 19, 2018

The Compliance Systems training team can provide breath alcohol training, and in some case instructor training for a variety of breath alcohol devices. Our courses can be completed online providing flexibility in training location and time. We can also arrange for classroom training at your site. A new breath alcohol technician must (1) successfully complete a qualification training program (this video series) and (2) pass a monitored proficiency demonstration, as required by DOT regulations [See 49 CFR Part 40.33 (b-c), effective August 1, 2001]. Proficiency mocks will be scheduled at the conclusion of your online course. 

DOT Urine Drug Screen Collector Training

July 19, 2018

This course will provide collection site personnel with the training necessary to become proficient in DOT regulated specimen collections. To become qualified as a collector, you must be knowledgeable about Part 40 regulations, and DOT agency regulations applicable to the employers for whom you will perform collections, and you must keep current on any changes to these materials. You must also (1) successfully complete a qualification training program (this video series) and (2) pass a monitored proficiency demonstration, as required by DOT regulations [See 49 CFR Part 40.33 (b-c), effective August 1, 2001]. Proficiency mocks will be scheduled at the conclusion of your online course. 

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