This training program is designed for supervisors in non-DOT workplaces who are responsible for making reasonable suspicion testing decisions. It includes courses on determining reasonable suspicion based on contemporaneous and articulable observations, and initiating reasonable suspicion testing, including documenting observations. The program also presents the indicators of current use of alcohol and controlled substances, including depressants, stimulants, and other drugs that are often prohibited by substance use policies.
The program lasts from about 1.5 hours. As with all of our online programs, the training is bookmarked so learners can leave and return to the training at their convenience.