Workplace & Public Safety
Supervisors are your organization’s first line of defense when it comes to avoiding potential catastrophic safety incidents involving substance abusing employees. This course will help supervisors better spot the signs and symptoms of drug abuse, confidently intervene when necessary, and do so using industry best practices.
The Department of Transportation – Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires employees with the ability to initiate reasonable suspicion test complete “recurring” drug awareness and reasonable suspicion signs and symptoms training every 12-18 months. Failure to complete training is a violation of federal law.
The reputation of your organization is at risk when substance abusing employee’s are performing safety sensitive duties. Substance abusers use more health insurance driving up the cost of health care for everyone; they miss more work; they are less productive; they increase theft and violence incidents in the workplace and unfortunately, they rarely seek help on their own.
Supervisors will learn:
- How to spot common signs and symptoms of substance abuse
- What federal law requires them to do when they suspect an employee is abusing
- When immediate intervention is required
- How to overcome reluctance to act
- How to initiate an intervention for crisis and performance situations
- How to conduct a basic employee interview
- Documentation best practices
- Intervention best practices
- About the various drugs of abuse and the short and long term effects of use
Anytime. Any Device!
Supervisors can complete the self-paced online course using any mobile smart phone, iPad, PC or MAC from anywhere they have an internet connection.
Engaging & Up to Date
The course offers high quality, up-to-date, engaging content. Informative, interactive quizzes and interesting content will keep the student engaged. This is not your standard, run of the mill, clip-art based, bullet point infested training program that looks like it was built in the 80’s!
Awesome Volume Discounts!
The most economical way to train staffs of 20, 50, 100, 500 or more!
AtHandTraining’s programs run TinCan xAPI (aka “The new SCORM”) to a learning record store. Training records can be sent back your LMS system.
Sample course screenshots:
The Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988
Reasonable suspicion training requirements (Regulations overview)
Course learning objectives
Other drugs of abuse (K2/Spice, Bath Salts, etc.)
Marijuana & Federal Regulations
Case Law Examples
Marijuana & Employee Health
Marijuana & Safety in the Workplace
Reasonable suspicion testing
Specific, Contemporaneous, articulable definitions and examples
Crisis vs. performance scenarios
Confrontation and interview
Dos and donts
Transportation to the collection site
1 – 15 $30.00 each
20+ $24.00 each
50+ $23.00 each
100+ $22.00 each
200+ $15.00 each
500+ $10.00 each
When can I log in?
After purchase, you will be e-mailed a link to log in and begin your course immediately!
If I order 2+ or more, how do the other students get registered?
Additional student names can be submitted via spreadsheet or manually entered via the button below. Be sure to include an employee ID (preferably not SSN) and first and last name for each student.
How long can the course be accessed?
You have a full year from the date ordered to access the course.
What can administrative users do?
Administrative users can view students course progress, view certificates, and run reports.
How are certificates generated?
Students can print or save (.pdf) their certificate of completion after completing the course. The certificate will display their full name, employee ID/username and date completed. Records will be stored online electronically however the DOT requires employers to keep their own training records indefinitely.
Where can I find the DOT CFR regulations requiring this training?
Check out our handy reference grid HERE
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