Reasonable suspicion training for dug use

Reasonable Suspicion Training

Drug and alcohol abuse can become an issue in any operation. Supervisors and managers needed to be educated on how to spot the signs. Current standards dictate that all supervisors of drivers and machine operators must undergo alcohol and substance misuse training. This reasonable suspicion training will help supervisors identify drug and alcohol abuse and outline how to present a drug test. The content of this online drug testing training will give supervisors the knowledge they need to handle potential cases of substance abuse. For more information on our reasonable suspicion training, contact our team.

Leavitt Machinery is a leading provider of operator training and safety training courses. With over 100 online, in-class, and blended options, we provide training solutions for all operations and individuals. Whether you’re working in warehousing, food production, construction, or an office, we can help.

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Man teaching reasonable suspicion training
  • Who is covered by regulations.
  • Prohibitions.
  • CSA/Controlled Substances & Alcohol BASIC.
  • Observation.
  • Confirmation.
  • Documentation.
  • Confrontation.
  • Testing.
  • Alcohol.
  • Signs & symptoms of use.
  • Health effects.
  • How alcohol impairs driving abilities.
  • What to look for when determining reasonable suspicion.
  • Classes of drugs.
  • Marijuana.
  • Cocaine.
  • Amphetamines.
  • Opiates.
  • Phencyclidine (PCP).
  • Over-the-Counter & prescription medication.
  • Violating the prohibitions.
  • Alcohol & drug testing records.
  • Providing help.

Reasonable Suspicion Training Duration

This online drug testing training requires around 90 minutes to complete. As an online course, it can be started, paused, and resumed as the user’s schedule requires.

Assessment and Completion

Assessment is conducted throughout this online reasonable suspicion training to test the user’s understanding of the content. Up to three attempts are given for the user to achieve a score of at least 80%. Upon passing this test, a certificate of completion is awarded. This certificate can be downloaded and printed if required. Please note that some jurisdictions may require further drug and alcohol awareness training for supervisors.

Select courses are also available with multiple language options. Take a look at the full list of courses we have available for Canada (English, Spanish, French) and the USA ( English, Spanish, French)!