3Enhanced Drug Test Panel What Are The Changes?Enhanced Drug Test PanelEffective Oct. 1stTesting for Ecstasy and it’s chemical analogs (MDMA; MDA and MDEA) .Part of the Amphetamine test panel.Lower cutoffs for marijuana, cocaine and amphetamines
449 CFR 40 Changes (Con’t) Old Drug Testing Cutoff Levels New Drug Testing Cutoff LevelsDrugng/mlMarijuana50Cocaine150Opiate2000Phencyclidine (PCP)25Amphetamines500Drugng/mlMarijuana15Cocaine100OpiatesMorphine2000Codeine6-acetylmorphine10Phencyclidine (PCP)25Amphetamines250Includes Methamphetamine, MDMA, MDA, & MDEA
549 CFR 40 Changes (Con’t)Standardized definitions with US Dept of Health and Human Services (HHS)Requires Medical Review Officers (MROs) to be re-qualified every 5 years w/ examEliminated requirement for 12hr MRO continuing education that occurred every 3 years
6Old CCFs good until Sept. 30, 2011 Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form (CCF) Technical Amendment
8Random Testing Employer must meet 50% annual testing requirement All personnel filling “Safety-Sensitive Positions” must be eligible for selection each time.Random tests must be spread out evenly throughout the year.Statistically Based method – not names in a hat or Kleenex box!
9Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Marine Employer shall provide drug abuse education/training for employee in safety sensitive position.Display informational material.Display Hotline Number.Display Company Drug and Alcohol Policy.Supervisors must receive 60 minutes of Supervisor training.
10Serious Marine Incident Testing Testing required after a casualty resulting in:1. Death2. Injury needing medical treatment beyond first aid3. Damage in excess of $100,0004. Actual /constructive total loss of any vessel subject to inspection5. Actual /constructive total loss of any self-propelled vessel, not subject to inspection, of 100 gross tons or more6. 10,000 gallons oil spill or more7. Hazmat spill of a reportable quantity
11Serious Marine Incident Testing (Con’t) Must test all persons directly involvedAlcohol testing to be completed within 2 hoursDrug testing within 32 hours after occurrenceUse form CG 2692 & 2692-B
12Management Information System (MIS) Report Required of all marine employers.Submit to:Robert SchoeningDrug & Alcohol Program ManagerDue by March 15, 20--