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FRA Post-Accident Training for Supervisors and Railroad Representatives

This ALL NEW online course covers the supervisor training requirements under the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) rules found in 49 CFR Part 219 (with the main focus on Subpart C -- Post-Accident Toxicological Testing, and  Appendix C). This training will help FRA-covered supervisors meet the training requirement for post-accident determinations as specified in 219.11(g).  

This course reflects the NEW FRA Rules, effective June 12, 2017.  As of June 12, 2017, Maintenance of Way (MOW) workers are covered by the Federal Railroad Administration's post- accident testing Regulations. This is the most comprehensive post-accident training course for those in the railroad industry!

The FRA requires training: on the specific, contemporaneous physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable drug use, similar training on probable indicators of alcohol use, and training on how to determine if an accident qualifies for post-accident testing. To meet the FRA requirement, supervisors and managers should complete this course, as well as the Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion online training course.

THIS IS AN APPROVED "MODEL COURSE" BY THE FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION (FRA), an Operating Administration of the Department of Transportation.
We are proud to announce that our FRA Post-accident Determination Training and Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training courses have been APPROVED by the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Railroad Administration for use by regulated employers as Model Courses.
Our courses are updated constantly -- you can be assured that you are getting the most timely and relevant information available.

To see a copy of our APPROVAL LETTER from the DOT / FRA, please click here.


Which Training Course Do You Need?


FRA Post Accident Determinations Training Course.
Purchase this course now.
Only $29.99


​FRA Post Accident Training with 
Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors
Purchase this course now.
Only $55.00


As required, this course covers:
- The qualifying criteria for post-accident testing and
- The role of the supervisor is post-accident collections.

 In addition, the course details:

  • Events for which testing is required (such as Major Train Accidents, Impact  Accidents, Human-factor Highway-rail Grade Crossing Incident/accidents, Fatal Train Accidents, and Passenger Train Accidents);
  • Criteria for testing (such as minimum thresholds and property damage);
  • Responsibilities of railroads and employees;
  • Specimen collection and handling (such as proper collection procedures and handling
  • of the post-accident shipping "tox" box);
  • Completion of the FRA forms after a qualifying event (Accident Information Required for Post-Accident;
  • Toxicological Testing Form and the FRA Post-Accident Custody and Control  Form; i.e. 6180.74 and 6180.73);
  • FRA access to breath test results;
  • Fatalities and Form 6180.75;
  • Test reports (results) and how the FRA requires railroads to handle test refusals;
  • Reasonable suspicion and Reasonable Cause Testing;
  • Who you can and cannot test; and
  • Documentation and Reporting in FRA Post-Accident Situations.

                                                 Special Offer:
To help you meet the FULL supervisor training requirements under the FRA Part 219 rules, Certified Training Solutions is offering a combination course purchase.
For only $55.00 you can purchase BOTH the FRA Post-Accident Determination Training Course and the Reasonable Suspicion (Signs & Symptoms Awareness) Supervisor Training Course.  

*This online combo-course offers training on the specific, contemporaneous, physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable drug use; training on the specific, contemporaneous, physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable alcohol use; and training on how to determine if an railroad accident qualifies for post-accident testing.

Volume or group discounts:
Do you have 5 or more supervisors that need training?
If so, ask us for a personalized price quote.


FRA Post-Accident Training For Supervisors

The Post-Accident Determinations Training 
 - Qualifying criteria for post-accident testing
- The role of the supervisor in post-accident collections
- Who to Test for drugs and alcohol
~ Includes lifetime access to FRA Post-accident Training Learner Resources Page!

 - Covers 49 CFR Part 219, Subpart C and Appendix C


Reasonable Suspicion Online Training for Supervisors, With FRA Post-Accident Determination Training (Combo Course)

This combination course includes our online Reasonable Suspicion (Signs & Symptoms Awareness) Training Course PLUS the FRA Post-Accident Determinations Training Course. This combination course helps the learner meet the requirements of the FRA for the supervisor training in 49 CFR Part 219.11 Subpart G.  
~ Includes lifetime access to FRA Post-accident Training Learner Resources Page!

Note: This course is available for 30-days from the date of purchase. Upon registration and payment, students will have up to 30 days to complete the course online. Students may "come & go" from the online course at their convenience -- it is not necessary to complete the entire course in one sitting.



After you successfully complete the course, you will be able to print your Certificate of Completion immediately

FRA Post Accident Training Certificate Sample

FRA Post Accident Training Certificate Sample
*These online training courses are self-paced.  Times listed to complete courses are based on how long each course normally takes an average online learner to complete the course.  It is the learner's responsibility to ensure that they spend adequate amount of time on each course and the course material and resources to meet any government-mandated training requirements.
It is the learner's responsibility to ensure s/he spends the required amount of time on each course/course content to ensure compliance with any particular Federal Administration's Rules.
The FRA Post-accident course takes the average user approximately 1.5 hours to complete.

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