The FMCSA and DOT require drug and alcohol training for supervisors and employees for all covered companies.
Stay In Compliance with the FMCSA
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.
Engaging and Interactive Training
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.
- Reasonable suspicion training
- Facts about drugs and alcohol
- The definition of safety-sensitive positions
- Non-DOT vs. DOT drug testing
- DOT drug and alcohol testing programs
- And the overall training benefits for supervisors
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:
- Supervisor Training for Drug and Alcohol Testing: We discuss the costs and risks of substance abuse in the workplace. Also, we explain the six DOT drug testing program components, the six DOT drug testing situations, and the steps in DOT drug and alcohol testing. And we discuss the supervisor’s roles and responsibilities.
- DOT FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Testing Program Scope: What is the difference between a Non-DOT and DOT drug testing program? Who has to take part in a DOT drug testing program? And what is an FMCSA safety sensitive position? We get into the answers in this course.
- DOT Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training: In this course, we discuss how to make reasonable suspicion decisions. Lean about the signs of drug use and how to proceed when you suspect current drug use in the workplace.
- DOT Alcohol Training: We cover the topic of alcohol, giving you information on blood alcohol concentration, how the body absorbs and breaks down alcohol, the signs of current use, and the different drinking behaviors, among other topics.
- Drug Control, Marijuana, and Cocaine: We discuss how the federal government controls and regulates both illegal and prescription drugs. Then we provide information on both marijuana and cocaine, two of the 5-panel drugs.
- DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training: You’ve established reasonable suspicion. Now what? We walk you through how to approach the suspected employee as well as how to carry out the drug test. Time is an important factor when it comes to DOT reasonable suspicion testing.
- Amphetamines, Opiates, and PCP: Learn all about amphetamines, opiates, and PCP, three of the five 5-panel drugs. We discuss physical and psychological effects, safety and health risks, signs of current use, and general advice for treating dependence, among other topics.