JetSeat is offering drug-and-alcohol testing programs for FAR Part 145 repair stations worldwide. FAA Part 91, 135 and 145 operators are required to implement and administer drug-and-alcohol testing programs that include written policy; drug-and-alcohol testing; supervisor and employee training for all safety-sensitive positions; and a continuing drug-and-alcohol abuse prevention program.
In addition, the FAA currently has an Advanced Notice of Rulemaking to extend drug-and-alcohol testing program requirements to Part 145 operators that provide maintenance outside the U.S. to Part 121 carriers.
“U.S. operators should be prepared for an FAA audit inspection of their drug-and-alcohol testing program…at any time, with little or no notice. The drug-and-alcohol testing program is a viable living document, just as general operations manuals and safety management system manuals are,” said Shelley Hedrick, president.
The company offers drug-and-alcohol testing programs with educational materials; guideline manuals for implementation and administration; training programs with syllabi for supervisors and employees, tests with answer keys and certificates of training; drug-and-alcohol audit inspection response with exhibits; review of existing drug and testing programs for compliance; and FAA audit inspection response.