FMCSA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training (P1S2-10) meets DOT/FMCSA training requirements. Supervisors who take the training will have knowledge of drugs, alcohol, and their signs of current use to share with drivers. And the confidence to make reasonable suspicion testing decisions and initiate testing.
The program takes two hours to complete. Supervisors who complete the training receive certificates of completion. The program covers:
Don't wait to get this FMCSA-mandated training. After an accident or audit may be too late.
Each quantity is for one person to take the training and receive a certificate. Two seats = two certificates.
The FMCSA and DOT require drug and alcohol training for supervisors and employees for all covered companies.
FMCSA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training (P1S2-10) is designed to meet DOT and FMCSA reasonable suspicion training requirements and help you stay compliant with the DOT and FMCSA. It covers the regulations in 49 cfr part 382, the FMCSA regulations for DOT drug and alcohol testing programs.
Our training includes interactivity and various knowledge checks to keep your supervisors on their toes. The end result is well-informed and educated supervisors, which means a safer workplace and surrounding community.
By choosing our FMCSA supervisor training, you get administrative support as well as the peace-of-mind that your supervisors will be ready to spot and handle employee drug and alcohol use.
FMCSA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training (P1S2-10) is made up of several courses. Each FMCSA course covers a different topic. Below is a course listing: