Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors

The primary purpose of this Reasonable Suspicion Training course is to develop and/or improve a supervisor’s skill in identifying substance abusers in the workplace.  Participants will learn drug symptomatology and employee job and performance warning signs associated with employee substance abuse.  Also included in this course is instruction on Designer and Prescription drugs and how to handle this ever increasing problem.

Supervisors will learn critical and important definitions such as:

  1. Under the influence
  2. Employee fitness for duty
  3. Proof of wellness
  4. Reasonable cause criteria (the legal three prong approach)
  5. Reasonable suspicion drug testing

Supervisors will learn their primary role in controlling drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace:

  1. Observation
  2. Investigation
  3. Documentation
  4. Communication
  5. Intervention

This course will meet or exceed Department of Transportation (DOT) training requirements and will also meet various Petroleum Industry training requirements.