Drug & Alcohol Abuse Awareness for Supervisors
Drugs and alcohol in the workplace might be the single greatest threat to your business. Your best defense is a well-trained supervisor. Who knows your drivers better? It is the supervisor who must be able to recognize drug and alcohol abuse, and understand the elements of reasonable suspicion testing.
In fact, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulations (49CFR Part 382.603) mandate that all persons designated to supervise drivers receive at least 60 minutes of training on alcohol misuse and receive an additional 60 minutes of training on controlled substance use.
This is one safety issue that you cannot afford to overlook. Make certain your supervisors are trained so they can make sound decisions concerning drivers possibly impaired by alcohol or drugs. Let MTAC and Fleet Screen arm your supervisors (and bring them into full compliance) with the information necessary to defend your company against drug and alcohol abuse.
Topics covered will include:
- Physical, behavioral, speech, and performance indicators of probable abuse
- Reasonable Suspicion Testing
- Employee Assistance Programs
Limited to 35 attendees. First come, first served.
*Refunds will be given with 48-hour notice of cancellation in advance of scheduled class.
- MTAC Members – $50 per person
- Non-Members – $75 per person
Course fees include materials and refreshments.