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Supervisor reasonable suspicion training

Every organization, whether regulated by DOT or not, should have supervisors who are able to appropriately and effectively identify possible substance abuse on the job.


Employee drug and alcohol testing cannot be performed based on a mere hunch. Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Training delivers the necessary tools and skills to recognize and appropriately handle employees exhibiting signs of substance abuse.


Our course will prepare supervisors for determining whether or not reasonable suspicion exists and what to do when they suspect it. The course content meets DOT mandated 60/60 49 CFR Part 40 requirements and include the DOT's rule change that took effect January 1, 2018. It is also widely used by non-mandated employers.


Contents Include:

  • Effects of drugs and alcohol in the workplace
  • Supervisors’ responsibilities in a DOT testing program
  • Drug and alcohol testing processes
  • Effects of common drugs and alcohol
  • Physical, behavioral, speech and performance cues related to substance abuse
  • Detailed descriptions and images of prohibited drugs
  • Scenarios and guidance for dealing with employees suspected to be under the influence
  • Interaction and communication with personnel

Exceeds DOT Mandates for:

  • FAA
  • FMCSA
  • FTA
  • PHMSA
  • USCG

Schedule Training Today

Our professional staff will come to your facility and provide your supervisors the training they need to effectively identify possible substance abuse on the job.

CALL US: (559) 500-1124