Reasonable Suspicion is the belief or suspicion that an employee is in violation of company policy by being under the influence at the workplace. Reasonable Suspicion is the standard that can lead to the drug testing of an employee. “Reasonable Suspicion for Supervisors – More than a Hunch” On-Demand training provides front-line leaders with the knowledge and understanding of the reasonable suspicion standard. Bill Judge, an attorney and expert in workplace Drug & Alcohol testing with over 35 years of experience on this subject, will discuss the signs and symptoms to make the call on suspected impairment to avoid potential liabilities. This video training is vital in helping protect your organization, employees, and individuals from injury and potential liabilities.
This course includes two training videos for Supervisors, as well as a sample checklist, reference documents, and a post-training quiz to ensure understanding of the concepts delivered.
Reasonable Suspicion for Supervisors: More than a Hunch – Run Time 24:02
- What is Reasonable Suspicion
- Why it is important to your organization and you as a supervisor personally
- Understanding Your Company Policy, Testing & Consequences
- What is driving the need for Reasonable Suspicion & Drug Testing
- Legal Standards for Reasonable Suspicion
- What you should and should not do if you believe someone is impaired at work
- Post-Video Quiz
Drugs of Abuse – Run Time 17:12
- Understanding the differences in Drug Types/Schedules
- Marijuana & Employment Practices (Know your State’s Rules)
- Overview of commonly abused drugs and how to recognize abuse in the workplace
- Discussion of the long-term impact of drugs and alcohol on brain functions at work
- Safety & Financial impact of drug use on the job