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e-CFR data is current as of December 4, 2019

Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIPart 219


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 219—CONTROL OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG USE

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§219.1
Purpose and scope.
§219.3
Application.
§219.4
Recognition of a foreign railroad's workplace testing program.
§219.5
Definitions.
§219.7
Waivers.
§219.9
Responsibility for compliance.
§219.10
Penalties.
§219.11
General conditions for chemical tests.
§219.12
Hours-of-service laws implications.
§§219.13-219.15
[Reserved]
§219.17
Construction.
§219.19
[Reserved]
§219.21
Information collection.
§219.23
Railroad policies.
§219.25
Previous employer drug and alcohol checks.
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Subpart B—PROHIBITIONS

§219.101
Alcohol and drug use prohibited.
§219.102
Prohibition on abuse of controlled substances.
§219.103
Prescribed and over-the-counter drugs.
§219.104
Responsive action.
§219.105
Railroad's duty to prevent violations.
§219.107
Consequences of refusal.
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Subpart C—POST-ACCIDENT TOXICOLOGICAL TESTING

§219.201
Events for which testing is required.
§219.203
Responsibilities of railroads and employees.
§219.205
Specimen collection and handling.
§219.206
FRA access to breath test results.
§219.207
Fatality.
§219.209
Reports of tests and refusals.
§219.211
Analysis and follow-up.
§219.213
Unlawful refusals; consequences.
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Subpart D—REASONABLE SUSPICION TESTING

§219.301
Mandatory reasonable suspicion testing.
§219.303
Reasonable suspicion observations.
§219.305
Prompt specimen collection; time limitations.
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Subpart E—REASONABLE CAUSE TESTING

§219.401
Authorization for reasonable cause testing.
§219.403
Requirements for reasonable cause testing.
§219.405
Documentation requirements.
§219.407
Prompt specimen collection; time limitations.
§219.409
Limitations on authority.
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Subpart F—PRE-EMPLOYMENT TESTS

§219.501
Pre-employment drug testing.
§219.502
Pre-employment alcohol testing.
§219.503
Notification; records.
§219.505
Non-negative tests and refusals.
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Subpart G—RANDOM ALCOHOL AND DRUG TESTING PROGRAMS

§219.601
Purpose and scope of random testing programs.
§219.603
General requirements for random testing programs.
§219.605
Submission and approval of random testing plans.
§219.607
Requirements for random testing plans.
§219.609
Inclusion of contractor employees and volunteers in random testing plans.
§219.611
Random alcohol and drug testing pools.
§219.613
Random testing selections.
§219.615
Random testing collections.
§219.617
Participation in random alcohol and drug testing.
§219.619
Positive alcohol and drug test results and refusals; procedures.
§219.621
Use of service agents.
§219.623
Records.
§219.625
FRA Administrator's determination of random alcohol and drug testing rates.
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Subpart H—DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING PROCEDURES

§219.701
Standards for drug and alcohol testing.
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Subpart I—ANNUAL REPORT

§219.800
Annual reports.
§§219.801-219.803
[Reserved]
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Subpart J—RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS

§219.901
Retention of alcohol and drug testing records.
§219.903
Access to facilities and records.
§219.905
[Reserved]
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Subpart K—REFERRAL PROGRAMS

§219.1001
Requirement for referral programs.
§219.1003
Referral program conditions.
§219.1005
Optional provisions.
§219.1007
Alternate programs.
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Appendix
Appendix A to Part 219 [Reserved]
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 219—Designation of Laboratory for Post-Accident Toxicological Testing
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 219—Post-Accident Testing Specimen Collection

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