Class Name: Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors – On Demand Course

Class Name: Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors – On Demand – 24/7
Where: On your desktop or portable device
How: If you or your employer are a current Drug Free Business Member please go to the “DFB Members Only” page https://drugfreebusiness.org/dfb-members-only to obtain the link to this course. This page is password protected. Contact clientservice@drugfreebusiness if you need this password.

Drug Free Business now offers Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors on-demand through our Learning Management System (LMS) as a membership benefit at no charge. Non-members must pay $49 per attendee. 

What you will learn:

Drug Free Business now offers Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors on-demand through our Learning Management System (LMS) as a membership benefit at no charge. Non-members must pay $49 per attendee. 

This is a generic 2-hour course to train and help your Non-DOT supervisors make a reasonable suspicion determination if your policy allows for reasonable suspicion drug and/or alcohol testing. This course also complies with the mandatory supervisor and manager training that is required by DOT/FMCSA § 382.603 Training for supervisors. of commercial drivers (CDL). We recommend you use the same standards and procedures when making a reasonable suspicion determination when testing your other (Non-DOT) employees. So, this course is appropriate for training supervisors of employees in DOT-covered safety-sensitive positions and supervisors of non-safety-sensitive employees.

The responsibility to provide a safe workplace and the potential liability from negligent hiring and retention requires that employers be aware of and take steps to control work-related substance abuse.

The components of a drug-free workplace program, especially drug testing of employees, may raise legal issues with a risk of legal liability if conducted improperly or in violation of federal, state, or local laws.

This course is designed to provide reasonably accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter covered. It is furnished with the understanding that the publisher is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or other professional services. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional person should be sought.

This course consists of 12 lessons, quizzes, and course material which must be downloaded for later review and use. You must complete the lessons and quizzes in the order presented before you will be allowed to proceed to the next segment. You may leave the course at any time and later return, sign in, and be returned to the lesson where you left.

Enrollees can download and print a Certificate of Completion after completing the lessons and quizzes.

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