Pick any of 3 dates in 2023
04/27/2023 2:30 PM ET
08/02/2023 2:30 PM ET
10/17/2023 2:30 PM ET
Course Fee is $99.00, 2.5-hour Live Webinar
Live Webinar for Supervisor Training – MAKING REASONABLE SUSPICION DETERMINATIONS with a special Part 2 segment – SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF MARIJUANA IMPAIRMENT. Presented by Joe Reilly & Chuck Marting. Learning about marijuana impairment is critical to managing a drug free workplace program in States that do not allow marijuana drug testing or have laws that restrict adverse action against an employee solely based on a marijuana positive drug test. Employers in New York, New Jersey and Nevada should definitely take advantage of this training webinar. This qualifies for the 2-hour DOT requirement for supervisor training.
Why should you enroll in the Reasonable Suspicion Training with Marijuana Impairment course for supervisors?
- Learn about how to recognize marijuana impairment
- Employers must provide training to all persons who supervise employees in order to make reasonable suspicion determinations to test.
- The purpose of this training is to enable supervisors to determine whether reasonable suspicion exists to require an employee to undergo drug and/or alcohol testing. The consequences of not completing the reasonable suspicion training can, at the least, result in fines and penalties (DOT Program) and at the worst result in serious injuries and liability.
- All supervisors making reasonable suspicion determinations should be trained on the signs and symptoms in order to avoid potential liabilities including wrongful termination or discrimination suits.
- Avoid safety risks by identifying the signs and symptoms of substance use and abuse in the workplace.
This course will assist supervisors working for both DOT and NON-DOT employers with recognizing signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol use and abuse. The follow up should always be immediate drug & alcohol reasonable suspicion testing. Learn more about making reasonable suspicion decisions when an employer is suspected of impairment or intoxication.
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