Employee Course

FedReady LLC & Reakttor Inc.

Target Audience:

Safety-Sensitive Employees who are covered by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Drug and Alcohol Testing Program.

Empoyee Training

Employee training should be completed within a reasonable time of first performing safety-sensitive work (e.g. 30 days). This course may also be used for employee refresher training which is recommended but not mandatory.

Employees will be able to:
  • Identify the events leading up to the establishment of the Drug and Alcohol Testing Use Program Regulations
  • Describe what safety-sensitive functions are and why employees are part of the Drug and Alcohol Testing Program.
  • Define the six required types of tests in the program
  • Describe what prohibited conduct is for drug use
  • State the five prohibited drugs the program tests for and outline actions and effects of their use
  • Recall the consequences of a verified positive, adulterated, or substituted drug test, and refusal to test, and understand the drug testing process and safeguards
  • Define alcohol and prohibited conduct under the Alcohol Misuse regulations
  • Recall the consequences for a breath alcohol test result of 0.02 or above and refusal to submit to an alcohol test
  • Understand how company policy and the DOT/FAA Rules affect employment of employees
  • Review questions that were asked by employees in other companies and see the answers
  • Ask questions and receive answers online through the "Help" feature of the course
  • Demonstrate a good understanding of the course material by passing a quiz.

To experience the course, review sample video demo below. This sample demo contains some pages from existing course.