D.O.T. Drug Training Video Program

D.O.T. Drug Training Video Program
 
Description

Product Description

DOT Alcohol and Drug Rules program is a general overview of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) Alcohol and Drug Test Rules for persons required to obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). The following is a general overview of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules for persons required to obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). The information is intended to provide a general summary of the rules. It should not be relied upon to fulfill all legal requirements stipulated in the regulations. It does not contain many of the requirements or special circumstances detailed in the FMCSA and DOT rules. A comprehensive list of alcohol and drug testing rules published by the FMCSA and DOT Office of the Secretary (OST) applicable to CDL drivers and their employers is available at the end of this program.

  • Format: DVD or VHS
  • Language: English Only
  • Length: 50 mins.

Optional Network licensing also available to download the video to your system.

Have your own LMS? We offer this course in SCORM compatible format so that you can plug the title into your own LMS or ours (SafetySoft). 

D.O.T. Drug Training Video Program

D.O.T. Drug Training Video Program
 
DETAILS
  • SKU: CS13005A
  • Copyright: 2007
  • Runtime: 50 mins
  • Producer: Atlantic Training

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DVD or USB
DVD or USB orders will provide access to printable materials, details upon request.
$299.00
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VIDEO ON DEMAND
Our streaming video option allows you to directly watch 100s of topics in both English or Spanish languages. Included with each of our videos is the ability to download the various written materials including a leader's guide, tests, wallet cards, attendance logs and more. Also included with our streaming views, is access to our Record-keeping Software and Training Toolbox with 100s of Powerpoints, checklists and toolbox talks.