The potential physical and financial consequences of alcohol misuse and drug abuse are all too real. This flexible training program clearly and concisely presents information to help keep drivers safe... and help comply with 49 CFR §382.601(b).
Alcohol & Drug Testing: Driver Awareness Training gives drivers the information they need. The easy-to-understand video and print materials highlight the 11 key areas DOT requires you to cover. This program includes several ready-to-use training tools:
- (1) 25-minute, closed-captioned DVD. The program combines engaging video and editing technology with expertise from industry professionals at all levels. Also includes "id you know?" segments based on common questions customers have asked J. J. Keller's Editorial staff.
- (1) Instructor’s Guide - Features five situational narratives to help engage drivers in discussion, as well as other major topics: introduction to the topic, how to use the program, regulatory background, overview of required tests, and effects of alcohol and drugs on the body.
- (11) Driver Handbooks - Cover the 11 required topics carriers must discuss with drivers and feature tear-out driver receipts.
- (1) Trainer Tools CD-ROM - CD presents a quick and easy way to invigorate classroom training through visual learning aids. Provides instant access to topic- specific information, including customizable transparency masters, quizzes with answer keys, clip art, training logs, and more! (CD-ROM not sold separately)
- (1) Awareness Poster - Photo- based poster helps keep the issue visible.
- (1) Wallet Card Sheet - Provides quick, simple proof that training has been completed. Includes one wallet card sheet, perforated to provide 10 cards.
- (11) Alcohol & Drug Testing Reference Cards - Includes essential information about alcohol- and drug-testing procedures, testing requirements, driver rights, protecting drivers' privacy during testing, and testing form samples.
- (1) Confidential Alcohol and Drug File Packet - Includes a variety of forms to help satisfy the recordkeeping requirements in 49 CFR §382.401.