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2019 CATALOG

J.J.KELLER

alcohol & drugs TESTING. TRAINING. RECORDKEEPING. SIMPLIFIED.

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Get solutions you need to comply with complex drug and alcohol requirements.


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J.J.KELLER

alcohol & drugs

Alcohol and Drug Requirements Are

Complex.

J. J. Keller Makes Compliance Easy. Who should be in a DOT drug and alcohol testing program? Does a driver need to log time spent undergoing DOT drug and alcohol testing? How much advance notice is given to a driver for a random drug or alcohol test?

TESTING. TRAINING. RECORDKEEPING. SIMPLIFIED.

Table of

Contents 3–7

TRAINING

8–9

FORMS

10–11

MANAGEMENT RESOURCES

14–15

TESTING DEVICES

>> EDITOR TIP…

DOT drug and alcohol testing is not as straightforward as it may seem, especially when you consider the FMCSA maintains specific drug and alcohol testing requirements AND some states have their own regs that limit or add conditions to drug testing programs. Plus, a drug program is further complicated by legal issues like confidentiality, FMLA rights, and liability for defamation.

Use of CBD oil could bring a positive drug test. CBD oil is being added to many products – from lotions to water to tea – but because it’s unregulated you can’t tell how much THC the product contains. If the product’s THC levels are high enough, it will cause a person to have a positive drug test for marijuana. If a driver covered by DOT drug testing regulations uses CBD oil and tests positive, this would be a DOT drug testing violation.

TERRI DOUGHERTY, PHR J. J. KELLER® EDITOR, HUMAN RESOURCES ONLINE 24/7/365

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REASONABLE SUSPICION TESTING: WHAT SUPERVISORS NEED TO KNOW • Helps satisfy 49 CFR Part 382 requirements • Helps supervisors understand their critical role in determining reasonable suspicion, how to spot the telltale signs of alcohol misuse and illegal drug use, and what to do when they suspect a driver is impaired • Reviews the reasonable suspicion process via realistic scenarios • Shows how to properly document observed behaviors • Helps build supervisors’ confidence so they can respond appropriately

BEST SELLER

Training Formats (see below for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38337

$395

Pay Per View Program

CT-41330

$85

Online Course

CT-38763

40 points

CT-48684

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Video Training Book

Additional Training Component Supervisor Workbook

DVD program includes:

• 25-Minute Closed-Captioned Video (with over 25 minutes of bonus content) • 5-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 5 Supervisor Workbooks. Need more? See at right. • 5 Observed Behavior Reasonable Suspicion Forms

CT-38962

$7.95 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS • You Make the Decision (10 minutes) • Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Alcohol Misuse (4 minutes) • Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Drug Use (9 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-38337.

TRAIN MORE - SPEND LESS! Online Courses use a points system to make it easy for you to save money. The more points you purchase, the lower your cost per student will be. To purchase points, visit JJKellertraining.com or call 800-327-6868.

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Training Points

Price Per Point

1,300-2,499

90¢

250-1,299

95¢

1-249

$1.00

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TRAINING

ALCOHOL & DRUG TESTING: WHAT DRIVERS NEED TO KNOW • Discusses the specific rules under Parts 40 and 382 of the FMCSRs, including key definitions, prohibited conduct, and the circumstances under which drivers will be tested • Covers the 6 types of testing required (pre-employment, post-accident, random, reasonable suspicion, return-toduty, and follow-up) • Features scenarios that go through alcohol and drug testing processes and procedures • Emphasizes why drivers must comply with alcohol and drug testing procedures

DVD program includes:

• 22-Minute Closed-Captioned Video (with 25 minutes of bonus content) • 3-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Alcohol & Drug Testing File Packet • 10 Wallet Cards • 1 Awareness Poster

BONUS VIDEOS • Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Alcohol Misuse (4 minutes) • Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Drug Use (7 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-38335.

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BEST SELLER

Training Formats (see page 3 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38335

$395

Pay Per View Program

CT-41303

$85

Online Course

CT-38794

Video Training Book

35 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

CT-48686 Additional Training Component

Driver Handbook

CT-38797 CT-39003 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need To Know Driver Handbooks

This easy-to-understand handbook, designed for use with the Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need To Know training program, covers the 11 required topics carriers must discuss with their drivers, including the effects of alcohol and drugs, testing requirements, and how and where drivers can get help. Includes a driver’s receipt page that meets the training documentation requirement in Sec.382.601(d). Available in English and Spanish. 36 pages.

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Description

Product Code

English

CT-38797

Spanish

CT-39003

Price 10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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TRAINING

SUBSTANCE ABUSE: TRAINING FOR SUPERVISORS AND EMPLOYEES • Takes a proactive approach to training your employees and supervisors to avoid the high costs of increased absences, errors, near-miss incidents and accidents caused by impaired employees • Raises awareness of the types and purposes of alcohol and drug testing procedures • Provides a cautionary message on the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse and encourages abusers to seek help

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 3 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-17674

Pay Per View Program

CT-41379 SUPERVISORS & EMPLOYEES CT-41380 EMPLOYEES SPANISH CT-24846 SUPERVISORS CT-24794 EMPLOYEES

Online Course

$395

BEST SELLER

$100 $85 30 points ea.

Additional Training Component

2 programs in 1. Includes Supervisor and Employee versions.

Handbooks

• 25-Minute Closed-Captioned Video for Supervisors • 13-Minute Closed-Captioned Video for Employees • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Supervisor Workbook • 1 Awareness Poster

CT-17670 SUPERVISOR CT-17671 EMPLOYEE

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS • Scenarios for Supervisors (12 minutes) • Scenarios for Employees (10 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-17674.

CSA: KNOW THE BASICS Covers: • The 4 components of CSA (data collection, safety measurement, safety evaluation, and interventions) • The 7 Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) and how safety-related events are assigned a value • What drivers can do to prevent “high value” violations and put “good” inspection data into the Safety Measurement System • Drivers’ role in their own BASIC scores and how their performance affects them as individuals • FMCSA interventions that could occur if your company has a BASIC score above the threshold

Training Formats (see page 3 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-27677

$395

Pay Per View Program

CT-41305

$85

Online Course

CT-27679

30 points

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-27685

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

DVD program includes:

• 45-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Discussion Guide • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 CSA BASICs Overview Poster (non-laminated) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-27677.

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Driver Qualification Training For Managers This course helps managers understand the specific requirements that classify a driver as “qualified” (according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations), as well as how to appropriately maintain the required documentation. After completing the course, managers will be able to: • Discuss the minimum driver qualifications • Identify the requirements of the driver qualification file Training Format (see page 3 for information on points) CT-43865

Online Course

25 points

Individual Posters

WORKPLACE POLICY Workplace Violence is Prohibited This company prohibits violence in the workplace and makes every attempt to maintain a safe workplace.

What is workplace violence? Workplace violence can take many forms. It can include verbal abuse, physical assault, or homicide, as well as online threats through email or social media. It can occur at work, or outside the workplace.

What should be done following an incident of workplace violence? • Obtain medical evaluation and treatment as needed. • Report all incidents and threats of workplace violence to a supervisor or other designated representative.

Who is vulnerable?

• Promptly report any violent incidents to the local police.

Workplace violence can strike anywhere, and no one is immune. Some workers, however, are at increased risk. Among them are workers who: • Exchange money with the public; • Deliver passengers, goods, or services;

• Discuss the circumstances of the incident with the employer and staff members. Employees should share information about ways to avoid similar situations in the future. • Ask if your employer offers stress debriefing sessions and post-traumatic counseling services to help workers recover from a violent incident.

• Work alone or in small groups;

• Discuss possible changes in your company’s workplace violence prevention program during regular employee meetings.

• Work late night or early morning hours; and/or • Work in high-crime areas or in community settings where they have extensive contact with the public.

What protections does OSHA offer? The Occupational Safety and Health Act’s (OSH Act) General Duty Clause requires employers to provide a safe and healthful workplace for all workers covered by the OSH Act. Employers who do not take reasonable steps to prevent or abate a recognized violence hazard in the workplace can be cited.

How can you get more information? OSHA has various publications, standards, technical assistance, and compliance tools and offers extensive assistance through its many safety and health programs: workplace consultation, voluntary protection programs, grants, strategic partnerships, state plans, training, and education. Resources such as OSHA’s safety and health program management guidelines identify elements that are critical to the development of a successful safety and health management system. Information is available at www.osha.gov. To file a complaint by phone, report an emergency, or get OSHA advice, assistance, or products, contact your nearest OSHA office, or call (800) 321-OSHA (6742) or TTY (877) 889-5627. To file a complaint online or obtain more information on OSHA federal and state programs, visit www.osha.gov.

Email and Social Media The company reserves the right to monitor and audit the operation of its Internet system and periodically review all records stored on its server, including company email. Employees who send emails using company accounts represent the organization. Use proper grammar and proofread and spell-check all emails. Company email and Internet access is primarily for business use. If the personal use of email or the Internet interferes with business expectations, disciplinary action may result. Social media (which includes any means of communicating information or posting content on the Internet) should be used on work time only when business-related and authorized by your supervisor or manager. Many employees use social media outside of work, but employees should remember that the use of social media comes with certain risks. Employees are responsible for what they post online, even when such posts are made during personal time.

How can employees protect themselves? Nothing can guarantee that an employee will not become a victim of workplace violence. These steps, however, can help reduce the odds: • Attend personal safety training programs to learn how to recognize, and avoid or diffuse, potentially violent situations. • Alert supervisors to any concerns about safety or security and report all incidents immediately. • Avoid traveling alone into unfamiliar locations or situations whenever possible. • Carry only minimal money and required identification into community settings.

NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES AND JOB APPLICANTS

This is a

Drug-Free Workplace

Be wary of engaging in any online conduct that adversely affects your job performance, the performance of fellow employees, or otherwise adversely affects customers, suppliers, or the company’s legitimate business interests. Participating in such conduct may result in disciplinary action.

The illegal use, possession, distribution, or manufacture of controlled substances is strictly prohibited.

Drug and alcohol tests may be conducted

Keep in mind that speaking directly to coworkers is often a much more effective means of resolving work-related issues than posting complaints on a social media outlet. Online activity is rarely anonymous, and while privacy settings may not allow direct access to certain individuals, access can be granted by others who are allowed to see certain content. If you do choose to discuss the company on social media, be sure to identify yourself as an employee and clarify that your views do not represent the views of the company, its employees, its customers, or its suppliers.

Sexual Harassment

is against the law and will not be tolerated Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII applies to employers with 15 or more employees, including state and local governments. It also applies to employment agencies and to labor organizations, as well as to the federal government. State laws may also prohibit sexual harassment, and may cover organizations with fewer than 15 employees. “Sexual harassment” can include unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature. Harassment does not have to be of a sexual nature, however, and can include offensive remarks about a person’s sex. For example, it is illegal to harass a woman by making offensive comments about women in general.

Facts about sexual harassment

Employees are not allowed to be under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol while at work.

Discriminatory remarks, harassment, threats of violence, or unlawful conduct will not be tolerated from employees — whether made in person, sent via email, or posted online.

Sexual harassment can occur in a variety of circumstances, including but not limited to the following: • The victim as well as the harasser may be a woman or a man. The victim does not have to be of the opposite sex. • The harasser can be the victim’s supervisor, an agent of the employer, a supervisor in another area, a co-worker, or a nonemployee such as a contractor or even a customer. • The victim does not have to be the person harassed but could be anyone affected by the offensive conduct. • Unlawful sexual harassment may occur without economic injury to or discharge of the victim. Although the law does not prohibit simple teasing, offhand comments, or isolated incidents that are not very serious, harassment is illegal when it is so frequent or severe that it creates a hostile or offensive work environment or when it results in an adverse employment decision (such as the victim being fired or demoted). Although less serious conduct might not be unlawful, it may still be deemed a violation of a company policy and could result in disciplinary action or termination.

Workplace Policy Awareness Poster

4 popular topics on one poster: • Email and Social Media • Drug-Free Workplace • Workplace Violence • Sexual Harassment • 26" W x 40" L, laminated Product Code

Price

CT-39525

10–24 $32.85 ea. 5–9 $36.30 ea. 1–4 $39.95 ea.

What should a victim of sexual harassment do? • Inform the harasser directly that the conduct is unwelcome and must stop. • Write down what happened; include details such as dates, times, locations, and possible witnesses. • Use any employer complaint mechanism or grievance system available. A victim should report harassment to the employer even if the victim did not confront the harasser to explain that the conduct was unwelcome. Sexual harassment should also be reported by a person who witnesses improper conduct. • A discrimination complaint may be filed with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or a state agency.

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission investigations A victim has 180 days to file a charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), or 300 days if the charge is also covered by a state or local law. When investigating allegations of sexual harassment, the EEOC looks at the whole record: the circumstances, such as the nature of the sexual advances, and the context in which the alleged incidents occurred. A determination on the allegations is made from the facts on a case-by-case basis. It is also unlawful for an employer or individual to retaliate against a victim, witness, or other person for filing a discrimination charge, for testifying, or for participating in an investigation, proceeding, or litigation under Title VII.

For more information on sexual harassment laws, contact the EEOC:

39525

Copyright 2014 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., Neenah, WI • Made in the USA

Display this poster to both applicants and employees. Announces a drug-free workplace and states that drug and alcohol testing may be required. • 11¾" W x 20" L, laminated

Workplace Violence

Display this informative poster to educate your employees about your zero-tolerance policy regarding violence at your workplace. • 20" W x 26" L, laminated

Sexual Harassment

This detailed poster makes it clear that sexual harassment will not be tolerated at your workplace. • 20" W x 26" L, laminated

Social Media & Email Policy

before hire and during your employment. 131 M Street, NE • Washington, DC 20507 Phone: (800) 669-4000 • TTY: (800) 669-6820 • Email: info@eeoc.gov

Drug-Free Workplace

This poster is for informational purposes only. Some content is from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).

This helpful poster clearly informs employees and applicants of your social media and email policies. • 11¾" W x 20" L, laminated

ISBN 978-1-61099-961-8

39525

Description

Product Code

Price

Drug-Free Workplace English Spanish

CT-39514 CT-39515

10–24 $19.50 ea. 5–9 $22.20 ea. 1–4 $24.95 ea.

Workplace Violence English

CT-39522

10–24 $24.00 ea. 5–9 $26.95 ea. 1–4 $29.95 ea.

Sexual Harassment English Spanish

CT-39520 CT-39521

10–24 $24.00 ea. 5–9 $26.95 ea. 1–4 $29.95 ea.

Social Media & Email Policy English

CT-39518

More Workplace Policy Posters

10–24 $19.50 ea. 5–9 $22.20 ea. 1–4 $24.95 ea. VISIT

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TRANSPORTATION SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE POSTERS Alcohol And Drug Testing Doesn’t Happen Just Once

Reminds drivers of the various drug and alcohol tests they may be subject to.

Using Painkillers Could Have Painful Consequences

Warns against the use of non-prescription opioid painkillers that could result in a driver’s CDL being revoked.

Alcohol Can Be A Career Killer Discusses the consequences of alcohol use.

It’s Your Workplace And It’s No Place For Drugs Or Alcohol Reminds drivers to avoid alcohol and drugs while on duty.

Copyright 2014 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., Neenah, WI • USA • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA • All Rights Reserved.

(38800) 978-1-61099-619-8

CT-38800

17" W x 22" L Description

Product Code

Alcohol And Drug Testing Doesn’t Happen Just Once

CT-38800

Using Painkillers Could Have Painful Consequences

CT-51613

Alcohol Can Be A Career Killer

CT-45985

It’s Your Workplace And It’s No Place For Drugs Or Alcohol

CT-17675

Price

ALCOHOL

can be a 10+ posters $8.99 ea. 1–9 posters $9.99 ea.

Career Killer

CT-51613

IT’S YOUR WORKPLACE

To help protect your CDL, know these numbers:

n You’re prohibited from going on duty or driving within 4 hours after consuming any alcohol.

n You may not perform safety-related

work for at least 24 hours if you blow 0.02 to 0.039 on a DOT-required alcohol test.

0.04 or above, it’s a failed test, and your CDL could be revoked.

n At

n If you have an accident that requires a post-accident test, you may not drink alcohol for at least 8 hours, or until you’re tested.

n You will lose your right to drive for

1 year if you get a DUI/DWI

conviction.

n An alcohol violation could cost you

NOTE: Check your company policies for additional restrictions.

at least $3,600 in fines.

Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • Neenah, WI • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868

(45985) 978-1-68008-159-6 (09/16)

CT-45985

AND IT’S NO PLACE FOR DRUGS OR ALCOHOL! Copyright 2012 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • Neenah, WI • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868

(17675) 978-1-61099-134-6

CT-17675

DRUGS & ALCOHOL POSTERS RELATING TO THE CSA INITIATIVE Drugs & Alcohol

Explains the Controlled Substances and Alcohol BASIC and how it’s measured. Gives examples of violations and lists violations by severity.

Surviving CSA: Drugs & Alcohol

Explains what you need to know about the Controlled Substances and Alcohol BASIC to “survive” under CSA. 17" W x 22" L, laminated. Description

Product Code

Drugs & Alcohol

CT-27621

Surviving CSA: Drugs & Alcohol

CT-27638

More CSA Posters

Price 25+ posters $11.50 ea. 10–24 posters $12.25 ea. 1–9 posters $14.95 ea. CT-27621

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Poster Snap Frames

Use these rugged aluminum frames on any posters in this catalog, including those from any J. J. Keller® DVD program. They feature: • Low profile design so the frame “hugs” the wall and protrudes under ½" so it’s less likely to be a safety hazard or be damaged • Easy open/close borders for quick poster replacement • Durable construction for long-term use • Clear gloss finish overlay with gray PVC backer board

Frame Size

Product Code

Price

20" W x 26" H

CT-40698

10–24 $31.53 ea. 5–9 $33.20 ea. 1-4 $34.95 ea.

30" W x 26" H

CT-40697

40" W x 26" H

CT-40696

17" W x 22" H

CT-40694

CT-27638

10–24 $35.98 ea. 5–9 $37.90 ea. 1-4 $41.95 ea.

10–24 $40.38 ea. 5–9 $42.55 ea. 1-4 $49.95 ea. 10–24 $27.03 ea. 5–9 $28.45 ea. 1-4 $29.95 ea.

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FORMS

Confidential Alcohol & Drug File Packet

Helps you satisfy §382.401, which states in part that “each employer shall maintain records of its alcohol misuse and controlled substances use prevention programs.” This pre-assembled packet saves you the time, effort and hassle of assembling a file for every new hire. Easy-to-use charts printed on the inside of the folder help make keeping track of pre-employment and employment forms easier. Folder measures 113⁄4" W x 91⁄ 2" L. Each file packet includes: • 1 Confidential Alcohol & Controlled Substance File Folder (CT-3267) • 2 Observed Behavior Reasonable Suspicion Records (CT-7218) • 1 Alcohol & Drug Certified Receipt (CT-6793) • 1 Drug Test Results Request (CT-6794) • 2 Alcohol & Controlled Substance Test Notification Forms (CT-3048) • 3 Previous Employer Alcohol & Drug Test Information Forms (CT-6827) • 1 Previous Pre-Employment Alcohol & Drug Test Statement (CT-6801) • 1 Drug & Alcohol Records Request (CT-6826) • 1 U.S. DOT Alcohol Testing Form (CT-6362) • 1 Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form (CT-6520) Individual forms are also available online at JJKeller.com. Please enter “alcohol and drug forms” in the search box and click “search.” Description

BEST SELLER

Product Code

Price

Combined Packet

CT-3268

50–99 $5.72 ea. 25–49 $6.38 ea. 10–24 $6.95 ea.

Stand-Alone Folder

CT-3267

50–99 $2.84 ea. 25–49 $3.68 ea. 10–24 $4.55 ea.

Alcohol Testing Form — (Non-DOT)

This form is for testing employees not regulated by DOT and can be used when conducting breath or saliva alcohol testing.

Helps satisfy 49 CFR 382.307. Description 3-ply, carbonless, snap-out format, 8½" W x 11¾" L, detached

Product Code CT-6363

Price 100–199 65¢ ea. 50–99 70¢ ea. 10–49 77¢ ea.

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Observed Behavior Reasonable Suspicion Record This easy-to-use form helps you maintain a written record when alcohol or controlled substances are a factor in reasonable suspicion testing. Also included in the packet above.

Helps satisfy 49 CFR 382.307. CT-6363

Description 3-ply, carbonless, snap-out format, 8½" W x 11¾" L, detached

Product Code CT-7218

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EDITOR TIP To test or not to test? When a driver is on a leave of absence, a DOT pre-employment drug screen is only required if you removed him or her from the random selection for more than 30 days. If the driver remained in the pool during the absence or was removed for 30 days or less, a pre-employment test is not required.

Kathy Close

CT-7218

JJKeller.com

J. J. Keller® Editor, Transportation Management

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Confidential Alcohol & Drug And Driver Investigation History File You can file Alcohol & Drug Forms and Safety Performance History Forms together, yet separate from Driver Qualification Forms. Folder measures 113⁄4" W x 91⁄ 2" L. Each file packet includes: • 1 Confidential Alcohol/Drug & Driver Investigation File Folder (CT-9618) Alcohol & Drug Forms • 1 Pre-employment Alcohol & Drug Test Statement (CT-6801) • 1 Alcohol & Drug Records Request (CT-6826) • 1 Alcohol & Drug Employee’s Certified Receipt (CT-6793) • 1 Alcohol and/or Controlled Substance Test Notification (CT-3048) • 1 Drug Test Results Request (CT-6794) • 1 Observed Behavior Reasonable Suspicion Record (CT-7218) • 1 U.S. Department of Transportation Alcohol Testing Form (CT-6849) • 1 Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form (CT-6520) Safety Performance History Forms • 3 Safety Performance History Records Request Forms (CT-9620) • 1 Previous Employee Safety Performance History Form (CT-9619) Individual forms are also available online at JJKeller.com. Please enter “alcohol and drug forms” in the search box and click “search.” Description

Product Code

Price

Combined Packet

CT-9650

50–99 $10.05 ea. 25–49 $11.36 ea. 10–24 $12.50 ea.

Stand-Alone Folder

CT-9618

50–99 $2.48 ea. 25–49 $3.10 ea. 10–24 $3.82 ea.

CT-9620

CT-6849

Safety Performance History Records Request Use to help satisfy 49 CFR 391.23(a)(2), (d), and (e), which require prospective employers to obtain driver identification, employment and accident history, and alcohol and drug testing information from a driver/applicant’s previous employers. Also included in the packet above. Description 3-ply, carbon, snap-out format, 2-sided, 81⁄2" W x 113⁄4" L

Product Code CT-9620

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Price 100–240 58¢ ea. 50–90 73¢ ea. 10–49 76¢ ea.

U.S. DOT Alcohol Testing Form

This form will help you comply with alcohol and drug testing procedures requirements (49 CFR Part 40).

With 2-line street address. Description

Product Code

3-ply, carbonless, snap-out format, 81⁄2" W x 113⁄4" L, detached

CT-6849

Price 100–199 65¢ ea. 50–99 70¢ ea. 10–49 77¢ ea.

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Sold in multiples of 10.

Save time with paperless A&D Files.

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10 MANAGEMENT RESOURCES

NEW Everyday Drug & Alcohol Program Management Manual

Provides a proactive and practical approach to managing workplace-focused alcohol and drug issues. It keeps you abreast of DOT and non-DOT federal and state requirements, as well as provides guidance on instituting policies and processes that ensure compliance and prepare you to respond appropriately when confronted with an alcohol or drug use situation. CT-56460 $279

Evidential Breath Testing Device Log Book For Calibration This easy-to-use log book can help you record data from employee breath testing. It complies with 49 CFR Section 40.55. Product Code

Price

CT-2934

25–49 $5.67 ea. 10–24 $7.29 ea. 1–9 $8.32 ea.

EDITOR TIP Drivers covered by DOT drug and alcohol testing regulations are never allowed to use marijuana, even in states where the drug can be legally used. Under federal drug testing regulations, the use of medical marijuana is not a valid explanation for a positive drug test result. In every state, a DOT-covered driver faces consequences for using marijuana, for medical purposes or otherwise.

Terri Dougherty, PHR

J. J. Keller® Editor, Human Resources

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Everyday Transportation Safety Management Manual

An essential publication for safety professionals at any level in the transportation industry, Everyday Transportation Safety Management goes beyond the regulations to explain how to apply them to your operations. For alcohol and drug testing, it provides best practices and covers issues that apply to this critical topic. It’s your single source for help to ensure compliance, foster a safety culture, and protect your company’s bottom line. Major topics include safety responsibilities, driver development and compliance, and safety. CT-49926 $279

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Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations Green Book® Pocketbook

The Pocketbook’s compact size makes it easy for drivers to carry it with them anywhere. Provides a bound-in driver’s receipt page and is the only FMCSR pocketbook updated every month. Contains word-for-word reprints of DOT’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations Parts 40, 380, 382, 383, 387, 390-397, and 399, plus periodic inspection standards. 5" W x 7" L. Softbound, 624 pages. Product Code CT-347

Price 50–99 $3.89 ea. 25–49 $4.29 ea. 1–24 $4.49 ea.

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations Pocketbook

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Driver’s Guide To The FMCSRs

Provides regulations in plain language to help drivers understand their responsibilities, be better able to prevent violations, and contribute to overall safety. Covers Parts 40, 382, 383, 391, 392, and 395–397. Also includes a driver’s receipt page that can be filled out and placed in each driver’s qualification file. 5" W x 7" L. Softbound, over 300 pages. Product Code CT-744

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14 TESTING DEVICES

Split-Specimen Cup® 5-Panel Urine Drug Test Cup

Innovative design allows you to divide the sample so that a portion can be sent to a lab for confirmation testing if needed. • Easy-to-read results in 5 minutes • Only test cup available with a locking lid to prevent spills and adulteration • Only test cup available with a peel-off label covering temperature strip to help prevent tampering • Only test cup available with a key-operated chamber allowing the collector to activate the test • 5 -panel test detects amphetamines, cocaine, opiates, marijuana and phencyclidine • Section of panel can be peeled off so that results can be copied and filed

While this test is based on DOT standards, it does not meet the DOT requirements for drug testing in 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382. It is not intended to be used for a drug test required by Part 382. Product Code CT-38075

Price Per Box 5-9 $223.96 3-4 $233.70 1–2 $244.32

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BreathScan® Disposable Breath Alcohol Detector

Use to determine if the next-level urine, breath, or blood-alcohol test is needed. The .02 BAC level tester measures low levels of alcohol in a person’s system, so it’s best suited for a no-tolerance situation such as a drug-free workplace program. To use, simply have the individual blow into the detector for 12 seconds. If the crystals inside turn from yellow to light blue, the BAC has exceeded .02. • Non-invasive • Non-perishable • Easily portable • Unlimited shelf life • For your non-DOT testing needs • Includes an instruction and information sheet

While this test is based on DOT standards, it does not meet the DOT requirements for drug testing in 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382. It is not intended to be used for a drug test required by Part 382. Product Code CT-12808

Price Per Test 50-99 $3.33 25-49 $3.67 10-24 $3.99

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Oratect® 6-Panel Oral Fluid Drug Screen Device

The only U.S. FDA 510K-approved onsite saliva test for workplace drug testing. • Easy-to-read results in 5 minutes • Only one-step oral fluid testing device available — collect and test in one integrated device • Detects amphetamines, cocaine, opiates, marijuana and methamphetamines, including MDMA (Ecstasy) and phencyclidine (PCP) • Non-invasive — avoids cross-gender observation issue • Each test is individually sealed and labeled with lot number and expiration date • Includes transport vial for confirmation testing • For your non-DOT testing needs

While this test is based on DOT standards, it does not meet the DOT requirements for drug testing in 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382. It is not intended to be used for a drug test required by Part 382. Product Code CT-26809

Price Per Box 5-9 $376.28 3-4 $387.38 1–2 $399.45

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Q.E.D.® A150 Saliva-Based Alcohol Screen Test

Delivers CLIA-waived and DOT-approved alcohol testing by qualified personnel • Provides quantitative results in less than 5 minutes using only a saliva sample

Meets DOT requirements for drug testing in 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382. Product Code CT-3756

Price Per Box 5+ $84.05 3-4 $92.98 1-2 $97.12

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Q.E.D.® Ethanol Control Solution

For performing quality assurance procedures (QAP) on the alcohol saliva screen test. • Each package contains one product information sheet and two 5 mil. vials of aqueous ethanol solution • Each vial can perform approximately 25 QAP tests on the Q.E.D. Saliva Alcohol Screen Test • Useful in determining assay reliability and performance

DOT 49 CFR §40.235 requires QAP to be performed. CT-3757 $50.95 per package

DID YOU KNOW?

If you have an off-duty notification policy (e.g. end of shift, day off) for DOT drug testing, you need to be aware of logging requirements. The time the driver spends traveling to and from the collection site, and all time associated with providing the specimen, must be recorded as on-duty time for purposes of compliance with the hours-of-service rule.

Alco-Screen 02™ Oral Fluid Alcohol Test Device

• Easy-to-read results in 4 minutes • Included in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations (NHTSA) conforming products list of alcohol screen devices • Helps determine the presence of alcohol at .02% BAC or more in accordance with DOT regulations 49 CFR §40.245 • Difficult to adulterate • Allows for observed collections without privacy issues

Meets DOT requirements for drug testing in 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382. Product Code

Price Per Box

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