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Get In Touch With Us at (770) 650-6620 with any Questions

Get In Touch With Us at (770) 650-6620 with any Questions

This training program is for program administrators in Georgia-certified drug-free workplaces. Learn about:

  • Georgia program administrator roles and responsibilities
  • The problem of drug and alcohol misuse in the workplace
  • Georgia drug free workplace policy and program components
  • The drug testing process for GA applicants and employees
  • Reasonable suspicion training
  • Facts about drugs and alcohol

And learn all of this in only 2-3 hours. Prepare your PA for their role and ensure certification, which could mean tax discounts.

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Description

Description

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.

Administering a Georgia Drug-Free Workplace Topics

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.

Quick, Painless, and Interactive

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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CD-ROM, Online

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Courses

Our Administering a Georgia Drug-Free Workplace Training includes several courses. We list and summarize each below:

  • Georgia Drug-Free Workplace Program Administrator Roles and Responsibilities: Learn the Georgia program administrator roles and responsibilities. Also, learn the costs and risks of substance abuse in the workplace and the potential benefit of drug free workplace programs. The DFWP has to be run properly to be of benefit, though.
  • Georgia Drug-Free Workplace Law: Policy and Program Information: Learn key elements of employer substance abuse policy; the five components of drug free workplace programs; and the types of assistance employers can provide employees.
  • Georgia Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Procedures: Know the steps and safeguards of drug free workplace drug testing. Also learn the alcohol testing steps and safeguards.
  • Reasonable Suspicion for Drug Testing Signs and Determinations: Learn how to properly determine reasonable suspicion. How certain do you have to be that an employee is under the influence of a substance to pull the trigger on a drug test? We give you the details and specifics to make good decisions.
  • Alcohol Myths and Facts: We uncover the truth about some commonly held myths regarding alcohol. Knowing the truth will change the way you deal with alcohol.
  • Alcohol Facts for Making Decisions: We provide detailed and up-to-date information on alcohol. Beverage alcohol content; blood alcohol concentration; signs of current use; effects on the workplace; and drinking behaviors.
  • Drug Control, Marijuana, and Cocaine: Learn how the federal government classifies and schedules drugs, and learn why some drugs are illegal while others aren't. Also get information on two of the 5-panel drugs, marijuana and cocaine.
  • Amphetamines, Opiates, and PCP: Get information on three of the 5-panel drugs, amphetamines, opiates, and PCP. We cover signs of current use, effects on the workplace, physical and psychological effects, and more.
  • Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing: So have you determined that a reasonable suspicion drug test is warranted? What do you do now? In this course we cover the steps and procedures of carrying out a reasonable suspicion drug test.