The DOT requires you to provide drug and alcohol training to supervisors and employees who must partake in the DOT drug and alcohol testing program.
And of course, DOT drug and alcohol training can be both a bore and a time killer. We know.
But if you’re going to take the training, you might as well make sure that supervisors learn from it. And you should probably try to accomplish this in as little of your time as possible.
And that’s where our DOT Drug Testing Supervisor Training comes into the fold. We offer this efficiency by providing our training online and on CD-ROM.
DOT Drug Testing Supervisor Training Program Topics
In addition to the topics covered in DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors, which is included in this program, we cover DOT drug testing procedures, the DOT return-to-duty process, pre-employment drug testing, random drug testing, and post-accident drug testing.
- Facts on alcohol and the 5-panel drugs: cocaine, opiates (narcotics), marijuana, amphetamines, and PCP
- Reasonable suspicion training
- DOT drug testing program components
- supervisor roles and responsibilities
- DOT drug testing procedures
- The DOT return-to-duty process
- DOT Pre-employment drug testing
- DOT Random drug testing
- DOT post-accident drug testing
- DOT drug and alcohol policy
Get Off Work Early with our Online Training
Because we offer our training online and in CD-ROM, we eliminate the administrative needs involved with drug and alcohol training.
Here’s what we’ll take care of for you:
- Getting the training out to enrolled supervisors.
- Moderating supervisor progress in training
- Providing status updates on supervisor progress, so if needed you can approach supervisors to finish training
- Certification for all supervisors who complete the training
So now you can save time on the drug and alcohol training process and get on to more of your work!
Keep Your Workplace Safe As Well
And even more, you can spend less time on training while also getting more results. Let us explain.
- There is a reason the DOT requires supervisors to take drug and alcohol training. When supervisors are informed, they are more able to prevent and handle drug and alcohol-related situations when they arise. How supervisors react and handle delicate substance-related situations can directly affect the safety of your workplace.
- With our training, you can make certain that supervisors not only take the training but also absorb the content in the training. We include interactive elements and features in our training so that supervisors can put their new-found knowledge to use in the course, further cementing their retention of the content.
- Because before we were drug and alcohol experts, we were also simply training experts. Rather than sitting through a video or skipping through power point slides, your supervisors will actually learn the drug and alcohol content when you buy our training.
- So spend less time on it while also doing great work!
This program is made up of several smaller courses. They are listed below:
- Supervisor Training for Drug and Alcohol Testing: Learn costs and risks of workplace and community substance misuse. Also, learn the six DOT drug testing program components and the six DOT drug testing situations. Finally, learn the supervisor roles and responsibilities in the testing program.
- DOT Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training: Learn how to properly determine reasonable suspicion. How certain do you have to be of drug use? What observable signs have to be present for you to pull the trigger? We discuss in this course.
- DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training: Once you have determined reasonable suspicion, you still have to carry out the drug test. We cover the steps and procedures of a DOT reasonable suspicion drug test here.
- Drug Control, Marijuana, and Cocaine: Learn about two of the 5-panel drugs, marijuana and cocaine. Also, learn how the federal government classifies and schedules drugs. Learn why some drugs are illegal while others are not.
- Amphetamines, Opiates, and PCP: We cover the three remaining 5-panel drugs: amphetamines, opiates, and PCP. Learn physical and psychological effects, short and long-term health risks, workplace impact, and signs of current use for each drug.
- DOT Alcohol Training: Learn everything you need to know regarding alcohol: beverage alcohol content, blood alcohol concentration, how the body absorbs, breaks down, and expels alcohol, signs of current use, and the impact of abuse on the workplace, among other topics.
- DOT Drug Testing Procedures: Learn the steps, safeguards, and procedures to DOT drug and alcohol testing. Also, we cover the possible results that the medical review officer can report to the DER.
- DOT Return-to-Duty Process: The DOT makes the return-to-duty process intentionally difficult. Learn the process and the third parties that must be involved.