Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors
dangers of substance use and abuse in the workplace.
This course is geared towards companies and supervisors who are in a position of making “reasonable suspicion” determinations. Although this course is for those not covered by the Department of Transportation (DOT) rules, the training covers Best Practices and guidelines, such as those included in the DOT Federal rules for making reasonable suspicion determinations and the testing procedures.
This course will give supervisors, managers, and leaders an excellent grasp of how to recognize and proactively handle potential drug and alcohol use/abuse issues in the workplace.
- The effects of substance abuse in the workplace
- The Supervisor’s role and responsibilities in making and documenting reasonable suspicion determinations
- Alcohol – its effects on the human body, stages/levels of intoxication
- Dangers and costs of alcohol misuse in the workplace
- Alcohol testing (such as types of testing and best practices),
- Detailed Signs and Symptoms of alcohol use
- Binge drinking, alcohol abuse, alcohol poisoning, and hangover
- The costs and dangers of drug abuse in the workplace
- How drug use affects a person’s life, health, and safety
- An in-depth breakdown of the most common drugs of abuses
- The Signs and Symptoms of the most common drugs of abuse
- Signals indicating possible substance abuse on the job
DOT-covered Supervisors, click here
Reasonable Suspicion online training for Non-DOT covered supervisors
This course is geared towards companies and supervisors who are in a position of making “reasonable suspicion” determinations. The course will give supervisors, managers, and leaders an excellent grasp of how to handle potential drug and alcohol use/abuse issues in the workplace.
REASONABLE SUSPICION ONLINE TRAINING FOR DOT-COVERED SUPERVISORS
(Signs and Symptoms AWARENESS Training — 60/60)
This online training course will assist supervisors, managers, and company officials in determining whether reasonable suspicion exists to require the employee to submit to a Reasonable Suspicion drug or alcohol test.