Drug and Alcohol Abuse Identification and Reasonable Suspicion Testing
This course explores what managers and supervisors need to know to implement a Reasonable Suspicion Testing Policy. In this training, participants will learn about:
- the psycho-social, physiological, and behavioral aspects of drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace;
- how to recognize the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol use, including withdrawal symptoms and performance issues; and
- a manager or supervisor’s role in helping enforce the Company’s drug and alcohol abuse policy, including the steps for observing, documenting, confronting, and referring employees for testing based upon reasonable suspicion.
Participants will receive forms that may be used to document the reasonable suspicion testing protocol.
A review of your company’s drug testing policy is included with this training.