The Department of Transportation has been conducting audits in several areas in Montana and North Dakota, and we believe it is always beneficial for the area’s employers to have an opportunity to know what’s expected of them so that they pass the inspection without getting fines for not complying. It’s worth knowing what’s expected in order to avoid these fines, ranging from $600 to $10,000 per person, per day, per occurrence for not complying with Federal Regulations. For this reason, we have enlisted the help of many qualified presenters from all over the United States to make educational programs available to companies participating in drug and alcohol programs. Watch for our next session to be announced right here on our website. To enroll in one of our sessions or schedule training in your area call toll free 877-488-5901 or Contact Us.
Jan Kornmann, BS, R-CPCT, M-BATT, C-LOCT, STTT, C-DER, COHC specializes in training on one to one basis or groups at the company site. This saves companies from spending extra money and time sending the employees to seminars. She presents to Fortune 500 companies, small companies, clinical staff, and municipals.
Jan earned a Medical Laboratory Technician degree from the Medical Institute of Minnesota. She worked as a technician, supervisor, and then managed various family practice, multi-specialty, and occupational medicine clinics. She attained a Bachelor of Science degree from Cardinal Stritch University in Management and Sales/ Sales Management graduated with Magna Cum Laude while working full time as a Manager of a occupational medicine clinic. She has over thirty years experience in: clinical laboratory testing, sales of laboratory services, marketing companies- DOT and non DOT drug & alcohol testing and coordinates procedures and policies for their programs and educates on rules and regulations both Federal and State level.
As the owner of KorManagement Services she continues to work with companies on Workplace Drug and Alcohol Programs and Workplace Safety and Health Programs. Being in the drug and alcohol industry business since the inception of drug and alcohol testing in the late 1980’s; she continues to keep abreast of current rules and regulations. She teaches the basics of drug testing, what the different functions and roles of service agents – Collectors, DER’s, Laboratory, Medical Review Officer (MRO), MRO Assistant, Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), and Consortium/ Third Party Administrators (C/ TPA).