Drug Free Workplaces

Become a Drug Free Workplace with Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Trainings!

A drug-free workplace, as defined in the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, is a workplace where "the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a controlled substance is prohibited." Most employers strive to empower workplace safety, wellness, and recovery. They consider the abuse of drugs and alcohol on the job to be unsafe and counterproductive and view illicit substance use in the working environment as a serious threat to their business, other staff, and their customers. In consideration of this, most employers do not allow the use of illegal drugs and alcohol while on-the-job. Some employers who are regulated by a U.S. government agency such as the Department of Transportation Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Training.

Explore DOT Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Training! Adhering to 49 CFR 382.603, our comprehensive program mandates supervisors of commercial motor vehicle drivers to undergo 120 minutes of training – 60 minutes on alcohol abuse symptoms and another 60 minutes on controlled substances use. This training equips supervisors with the skills to identify signs that may warrant reasonable suspicion of a driver's alcohol or drug use, facilitating appropriate employee testing referrals.

Stay compliant and prioritize safety with our specialized DOT Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Training program!

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