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Designated Employer Representative (DER) Training

Designated Employer Representative (DER) Training

Under U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) mandated substance abuse testing programs, a Designated Employer Representative (DER) receives test results and other communication for the employers regarding the testing process. Further, the DER is an employee authorized by the employer to take immediate action to remove any employee from safety sensitive duties and make decisions regarding further testing and evaluation processes.

Every organization falling under the US Department of Transportation regulations that employs safety sensitive employees must have at least one qualified DER.

In order to become a qualified DER, an individual must have detailed knowledge of their responsibilities as outlined in 49CFR Part 40, as well as those specific to the mode(s) they are operating within.

Lifeloc’s network of substance abuse professionals conveniently located through the United States, can provide this important training at your location or theirs. Contact Lifeloc today for more information on DER Training.

DER Training Includes:
  • Role of the DER in the substance testing process
  • Program administration
  • Overview of the testing process
  • Problems in testing
  • Relationships between the DER and other personnel involved in testing (TPAs, MROs, SAPs, BATs, Laboratories and Collectors)
  • Federal rules and regulations covered in 49CFR Part 40
  • Specific transportation mode regulations
  • Procedures for handling positive test results and their consequences
  • Procedures for reporting test results
  • Record keeping and retention