This two-hour online reasonable suspicion training will assist you in meeting the Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training requirements. The program is made to fulfill the FMCSA Regulations, as well as many other DOT agency standards and various state drug-free workplace programme requirements for supervisory training (signs and symptoms of alcohol misuse and drug abuse).
According to DOT agency requirements, reasonable suspicion for DOT can only be determined by a supervisor who has been trained.
Supervisors in every DOT-regulated organisation should be able to identify potential substance usage on the workplace in a timely and effective manner.
Employee drug and alcohol testing should not be done on the basis of a hunch. Suspicion that is reasonable Supervisor Training equips managers with the tools and abilities they need to recognise and respond to employees who are exhibiting indicators of substance addiction.