Reasonable Suspicion for Drugs and Alcohol

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Reasonable Suspicion for Drugs and Alcohol Courses

Department of Transportation (DOT) Regulations Part 382.603 requires that all persons designated to supervise operators of commercial motor vehicles who hold CDLs receive at least 2 hours of training on alcohol misuse and controlled substance use. This Reasonable Suspicion for Drugs and Alcohol training course fulfills the DOT requirement. Supervisors should use this training to determine whether reasonable suspicion exists to require a driver to submit for testing. Course topics include: Effects of Drugs and Alcohol on the Job; How to Recognize and Document Performance using the Behavior Observation Checklist; and Many More! 

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  • Interactive training from an experienced instructor
  • Course manual with workshop proceedings and reference material
  • Reasonable Suspicion for Drugs and Alcohol course certificate
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MA - Canton
MA - Canton
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