ARSA Soliciting Input on D&A Testing ANPRM
April 22, 2014
Are you a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-certificated part 145 foreign repair station? If so, ARSA needs your help!
On March 17, the FAA issued an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) seeking information on foreign drug and alcohol testing laws, industry standards and business practices to prevent employees from misusing controlled substances.
In the coming days, ARSA will deliver a short data-collection survey to FAA-certificated part 145 repair stations operating outside the U.S. and Canada. Responses will help ARSA develop meaningful comments to the ANPRM and help the agency better understand drug and alcohol testing practices outside the United States.
So be on the lookout!
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