DOT Drug and Alcohol Training Program for Employees is for employees who are subject to DOT drug and alcohol testing. Get the program in either online or CD-ROM format.
This program meets DOT training requirements and helps you get DOT compliant. It saves you time on admin tasks and helps employees learn more through interaction and engagement. Learn about:
Our DOT Drug and Alcohol Training for Employees meets the DOT training requirements and helps you get in DOT compliance.
The DOT requires drug and alcohol training for employees who are subject to DOT drug and alcohol testing. We know it can be quite the bore and the time vacuum. But they have good reason for setting training requirements.
Our training gets you back your time and makes taking the training less of a bore, so employees learn more.
We take care of administrative tasks for you. Here is what we’ll take care of:
Remember, there is a reason the DOT requires drug and alcohol training programs. Here we explain why:
So it is important that employees actually learn from the training, which is what our training does:
So do good work with less effort today by buying our training!
DOT Drug and Alcohol Training for Employees includes three courses.
DOT Testing Programs. Employees will understand the rules that govern DOT testing programs; the difference between DOT and non-DOT testing; the components of a DOT testing program; the steps in DOT drug testing and alcohol testing; when testing will be conducted; and which drugs are included in testing and why.
The 5-Panel Drugs. This course covers types of psychoactive drugs; and the effects, health and safety risks, and signs of use of each of the 5-panel drugs, including marijuana, amphetamines, cocaine, opioids (narcotics), and phencyclidine (PCP).
Alcohol and Drinking. Employees will learn the harms of alcohol in communities and workplaces; intoxication and blood alcohol concentration (BAC); factors that affect intoxication; the signs of current alcohol misuse; types of drinking behaviors; guidelines for moderate drinking; at-risk drinking and alcohol use disorders; and the benefits of getting help. Employees can also gauge their own drinking with the CAGE assessment.