FAA Supervisory Training for SFAMC – Tuesday, November 2nd
According to FAA Regulations 14 CFR Part 120 mandates that employers develop and maintain an FAA approved drug and alcohol program. Part of the maintenance of the program is to have your supervisors trained in identifying impaired employees. O.M. Management, Inc. has put together a reasonable suspicion-training course, which helps your supervisor or manager handle that important role.
This training will satisfy the supervisor requirement mandated by the Department of Transportation (DOT), FAA 14 CFR Part 120. A certificate will be sent to company upon completion.
The two (2) hour free training (4pm to 6pm) will be conducted at Broward College on its South Campus at their Aviation Institute. To attend this training for free (up to 4 employees from each member company), you must be a MMMC member! Registration will begin at 3pm.
Registration for this event is done through Eventbrite:
About O.M. Management, Inc.: O.M. Management Inc. is a full service drug testing and drug program management company servicing employers nationwide. Our services range from providing a single drug test anywhere in the country to full service drug and alcohol program management and testing programs servicing multiple employer locations nationwide. DOT/ FAA, FMCSA, FTA drug and alcohol testing and program management consortium is at the forefront of our services.
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The name change from the Miami Maintenance Management Council (MMMC) to South Florida Aviation Maintenance Council (SFAMC) exemplifies the growth of the organization as well as aviation in the region. The MMMC was founded in Miami 29 years ago around the largest hub of aviation maintenance in the country. Today the aviation community in the State of Florida remains the largest in the country, however it now spans across a much larger area – all of South Florida. With the expansion of aviation in South Florida, the SFAMC is collaborating with agencies and governmental entities in the tri-county area in order to best support the rapidly expanding aviation maintenance community. In South Florida, numerous large and small aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) companies as well as auxiliary and support companies are based in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. SFAMC is uniting the aviation maintenance community in order to support, encourage, education, and promote the significant base of maintenance operations in the area. South Florida is an established aviation powerhouse and the SFAMC, with its 29 years of aviation maintenance experience, is proud to be able to continue to represent the aviation maintenance community throughout South Florida and the world.