Reasonable Suspicion Training for HR, Managers, and Supervisors

Reasonable suspicion training should be aimed at all supervisors, managers, and human resource personnel. In today’s environment, if you hire anybody, knowing what to look for in terms of a substance abuser is critical for the safety of your company and employees. While DOT regulations specifically require “all persons designated to supervise drivers” to receive 60 minutes of mandatory training on alcohol misuse and 60 minutes on controlled substances abuse (49CFR §382.603), this DOT-required training will also be useful by reviewing a policy for other positions within your company not covered by FMCSA regulations and will give employers and supervisors the information they need to determine if an applicant is a substance abuser before hiring.

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Reasonable Suspicion Training for HR, Managers, and Supervisors

March 8, 2017
(9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
We’re in the midst of a substance abuse crisis. Have all of your managers & supervisors been trained to recognize SUBSTANCE ABUSE?
Reasonable suspicion training should be aimed at all supervisors, managers, and human resource personnel. In today’s environment, if you hire anybody, knowing what to look for in terms of a substance abuser is critical for the safety of your company and employees. While DOT regulations specifically require “all persons designated to supervise drivers” to receive 60 minutes of mandatory training on alcohol misuse and 60 minutes on controlled substances abuse (49CFR §382.603), this DOT-required training will also be useful by reviewing a policy for other positions within your company not covered by FMCSA regulations and will give employers and supervisors the information they need to determine if an applicant is a substance abuser before hiring.

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Reasonable Suspicion Training

 Do all of your supervisors of CDL drivers have the
mandatory DOT-required training to recognize
ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE?

DOT regulations specifically require “all persons designated to supervise drivers” to receive 60 minutes of mandatory training on alcohol misuse and 60 minutes on controlled substances use (49CFR §382.603).  This DOT-required training shows supervisors what to look for when determining reasonable suspicion.  Also, this training illustrates a variety of scenarios and gives supervisors the confidence they need to handle difficult situations.

**Certificates will be handed out at the conclusion of the seminar**