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Recovery Management Services Webinars

 
“FREQUENTLY ASKED RECOVERY MONITORING QUESTIONS” Presented By: James L. Ferguson, DO, FASAM, Medical Director, Recovery Management Services

What are the most troublesome issues facing recovery monitoring programs? How do these issues impact your participant’s recovery? The importance of staying abreast of evolving drug screening trends is paramount to establishing a solid recovery monitoring program. Please join FSSolutions as James L. Ferguson, DO, DFASAM, MRO, Medical Director, Recovery Management Services addresses the most commonly asked questions and challenging issues facing all recovery monitoring programs. Dr. Ferguson will discuss the questions and concerns he hears most frequently, as well as provide best practices and strategies for dealing with problems as they arise.


“MONITORING PROGRAM SPECIMEN SELECTION, EVALUATION AND ISSUES”  Presented By: James L. Ferguson, DO, FASAM, Medical Director, Recovery Management Services

This webinar will include a discussion about specimen concentration concerns, dilute and low creatinine specimens, follow-up testing protocols and recommendations on these issues.

 


Workforce Solutions Webinars

 

SESSION 1: FEBRUARY 4, 2020 / TUESDAY / @1:00 PM EST / SESSION 2: FEBRUARY 6, 2020 / THURSDAY /10:00 AM EST, “PREPARING YOUR ANNUAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS) REPORT”, Presented by: Regina Doural, CSAPA, General Manager, Compliance Services

Federal Transit Administration (FTA) recipients are required to prepare and maintain an annual summary of their drug and alcohol records using the MIS form.

This webinar will include the following:

  • The proper way to complete the MIS report
  • What to include and what not to include on the MIS report
  • What reports are available to validate your information
  • How to calculate your average number of employees

REGISTER FOR SESSION 1: FEBRUARY 5, 2020 @10:00 AM EST

REGISTER FOR SESSION 2: FEBRUARY 6, 2020 @1:00 PM EST

Regina Doural, CSAPA, General Manager Compliance Services

 Regina has 20 years of experience in the drug testing industry. As the General Manager, Compliance Services, Regina provides oversight of all areas of regulatory compliance, audit services, and client consultation. Ms. Doural has created and delivered numerous training programs and webinars on all aspects of drug and alcohol testing including topics such as combatting cheating, audit preparation and monitoring compliance as the designated employer representative. Additionally, she has spoken at a number of industry conferences.

 In 2011, Ms. Doural became a Certified Substance Abuse Program Administrator (CSAPA) and currently serves as a commissioner and Vice-President for the Certification Commission for Drug and Alcohol Program Professional (CCDAPP). Ms. Doural is on the Board of Directors for the Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association (SAPAA) and is a member of their Training Institute. In this capacity, she provides training programs at their annual conference and during monthly webinars.


 
JANUARY 29, 2020 / WEDNESDAY / @2:00 PM EST, “UNUSUAL SITUATIONS IN DRUG TESTING”, Presented By: Dr. Randy Barnett, Chief Medical Review Officer (MRO)

Please join FSSolutions as Dr. Randy Barnett, FSSolutions’ Chief Medical Review Officer (MRO) discusses unusual circumstances that occur during the drug testing process and how they should be handled.

Do you have an unusual situation that you would like Dr. Barnett to include in the discussions? Submit it by email to rdoural@fssolutions.com prior to the webinar.

The discussion will include these situations and more:

  • Canceled – Invalid Results
  • Substituted Specimens
  • Shy Bladder Evaluations
  • Foreign Medications

 
FEBRUARY 4, 2020 / TUESDAY / 1:00 PM EST – AND – FEBRUARY 6, 2020 / THURSDAY / 10:00 AM EST, “PREPARING YOUR ANNUAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS) REPORT” – Presented by Regina Doural, CSAPA, General Manager Compliance Services

Please join FSSolutions’ Regina Doural, CSAPA, General Manager Compliance Services, for a presentation and discussion on preparing the required annual MIS report.

Federal Transit Administration (FTA) recipients are required to prepare and maintain an annual summary of their drug and alcohol records using the MIS form.

This webinar will include the following:

  • The proper way to complete the MIS report
  • What to include and what not to include on the MIS report
  • What reports are available to validate your information
  • How to calculate your average number of employees

 
FEBRUARY 26, 2020 / WEDNESDAY / @2:00 PM EST, “FMCSA COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENSE DRUG & ALCOHOL CLEARINGHOUSE” – Presented by Shawn O’Neil, CSAPA, Chief Compliance Officer and Regina Doural, CSAPA, General Manager Compliance Services

Please join FSSolutions’ Shawn O’Neil, CSAPA, Chief Compliance Officer, and Regina Doural, CSAPA, General Manager Compliance Services for a question and answer session on the FMCSA Clearinghouse.

FMCSA’s Commercial Driver’s License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse went live on January 6, 2020. In this webinar, FSSolutions will answer some frequently asked questions regarding the Clearinghouse Regulations.

Some questions that will be answered:

  • What am I responsible to enter in the Clearinghouse
  • How do I get my drivers entered in the Clearinghouse
  • What happens if my driver does not use his CDL number
  • How do I see the positive test results the MRO entered
  • How FSSolutions can assist you in meeting these regulatory requirements

 
APRIL 29, 2020 / WEDNESDAY / @1:00 PM EST / “MANAGING YOUR PROGRAM DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS” – Presented by: Shawn O’Neil, CSAPA, Chief Compliance Officer and Reginal Doural, CSAPA, General Manager Compliance Services

Please join FSSolutions’ Shawn O’Neil, CSAPA, Chief Compliance Officer, and Regina Doural, CSAPA, General Manager Compliance Services for a discussion on the challenges and latest regulatory guidance related to COVID-19.

As part of FSSolutions’ ongoing effort to keep clients informed about the most significant developments stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering a webinar focused on issues regarding compliance challenges and solutions.

As if regulatory compliance wasn’t complicated enough, along comes COVID-19, and suddenly organizations are finding new rules, relaxed rules, rule waivers, and more. During this time, the health and safety of you, your staff and the public are paramount. How best to sort through all of this, balancing your employee’s safety with regulations and remain compliant? Our focus is on helping clients anticipate problems, take proactive steps, develop appropriate responses, and execute sound operational plans.

Some topics that will be discussed:

  • What are your options for drug and alcohol testing
  • What Occupational Health Services are affected
  • Can my drivers still re-certify their CDME
  • How is this crisis affecting background check services
  • Do I need to make any changes to my program

 
MAY 21, 2020 / THURSDAY / 1:00 PM EST / “THE NEW NORMAL – RETURNING TO BUSINESS AS USUAL AFTER COVID-19 – Presented by: Shawn O’Neil, CSAPA, Chief Compliance Officer, and Regina Doural, CSAPA, General Manager Compliance Services

As part of FSSolutions’ ongoing effort to keep clients informed about the most significant developments stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering a webinar focused on issues regarding compliance challenges and solutions.

Please join FSSolutions’ Shawn O’Neil, CSAPA, Chief Compliance Officer, and Regina Doural, CSAPA, General Manager Compliance Services for a discussion on the challenges and latest regulatory guidance related to COVID-19 and returning to business as usual.

As if regulatory compliance wasn’t complicated enough, along comes COVID-19, and suddenly organizations are finding new rules, relaxed rules, rule waivers, and more. During this time, the health and safety of you, your staff and the public are paramount. Now that stay at home orders are being lifted, and the country is returning to business as usual, a new normal will emerge.

Some topics that will be discussed:

  • Completing the required testing
  • Returning furloughed employees to work
  • Whether changes to your program are needed
  • Establishing that new normal

REGISTER FOR 1:00 PM EST SESSION

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