This training program is for program administrators in Georgia-certified drug-free workplaces. Learn about:
And learn all of this in only 2-3 hours. Prepare your PA for their role and ensure certification, which could mean tax discounts.
Administering a Georgia Drug-Free Workplace Training Program is designed to help the GA program administrator carry out her role.
Georgia offers an annual workers’ compensation premium discount of 7.5 percent to employers who establish and maintain a certified drug-free workplace.
And all certified Georgia drug-free workplaces must appoint a program administrator to manage and run the program.
By making sure that your program administrator knows their role well, you prevent mistakes. And mistakes could lead to loss of certification. And if you lose certification, you lose the workers’ compensation premium discount.
In the program, learn about the Georgia program administrator roles and responsibilities, Georgia drug free workplace policy and program components, the problem of drug and alcohol use and abuse in the workplace, drug and alcohol facts and information, Georgia drug and alcohol testing for applicants and employees, and reasonable suspicion training.
Learn both how to determine reasonable suspicion, the signs and observations that must be present, and the steps in the reasonable suspicion testing process.
Our training is quick, only taking two to three hours to complete. And it offers numerous opportunities for trainees to engage and put concepts they just learned to use.
So when you take our training, you actually learn the material. Even the trainees who go into it thinking it’s a waste of time will come out having learned something, as begrudging as they may be.
We hope you consider taking our administrator training. We’ve had numerous trainees come back to us later and explain to us how the information they learned came in good use.
And if you have any questions or comments please contact us. We’d love to hear from you.
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Our Administering a Georgia Drug-Free Workplace Training includes several courses. We list and summarize each below: