Our U.S. Coast Guard Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training is designed to meet DOT and USCG training requirements.
USCG Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training Topics
- Supervisor responsibilities in a DOT USCG drug and alcohol testing program
- The components of DOT testing programs
- Making reasonable suspicion testing decisions
- Signs of current drug and alcohol use
- Initiating a reasonable suspicion test
Make Your Life Easier With Our Training
Instead of dealing with time-consuming administrative tasks, let us take care of administration for you. Our online training streamlines the drug and alcohol training process, allowing you to get through your work faster and more easily.
Make Sure Supervisors Learn the Content
We formulate our training to help supervisors truly learn the content. We do this by including various interactive features in our training. The idea is to help supervisors not only see the content but also put it to use.
If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call at (770) 650-6620.
Our U.S. Coast Guard Drug and Alcohol Training for Supervisors program includes several courses, listed below:
- Supervisor Awareness Training Introduction: Learn the importance of supervisors in drug and alcohol testing programs, and learn the benefits of drug and alcohol training for supervisors and employers. Also learn how to use the training program interface.
- Supervisor Training for Drug and Alcohol Testing: Understand the problem of workplace and community substance misuse and abuse. And learn the six components of drug testing programs as well as the six DOT drug testing situations. Also learn about the supervisor’s role in DOT drug and alcohol testing programs.
- Coast Guard Reasonable Suspicion Training: Learn how to determine reasonable suspicion in this course. We lay out the necessary observations and conditions for you to decide to give an employee a drug test.
- DOT Alcohol Training: Learn all about alcohol. We discuss its effects on the body, signs of current use, blood alcohol concentration, different drinking behaviors, and more.
- Drug Control, Marijuana, and Cocaine: Learn about two of the 5-panel drugs. We discuss marijuana and cocaine in detail. We also discuss how the federal government classifies and schedules different substances.