The Reasonable Suspicion - What Supervisors Need to Know course from OSHA Education School is designed to help supervisors and management in the commercial motor vehicle (CMV) industry recognize the signs and symptoms of alcohol or drug abuse to help uphold safe workplace standards. This training is an interactive course that provides essential knowledge in order to pinpoint and identify suspicious behaviors.
Additionally, participants will learn applicable regulatory requirements, the reasonable suspicion process, how to approach a driver, handling difficult confrontations, proper documentation of observed behaviors, testing outcome, and potential warning signs of alcohol and drug abuse.
OSHA Education School’s Reasonable Suspicion - What Supervisors Need to Know course describes all applicable regulations that may apply to reasonable suspicion testing, including alcohol and drug prohibitions. Specific course topics include the following:
Rules and regulations
The reasonable suspicion process
Effects of alcohol misuse
Effects of drug use
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