Two multi-ethnic workers in their 30s talking in a metal fabrication plant wearing hardhats and protective eyewear. The man pointing is African-American and his coworker is Hispanic.

Join our 3rd quarter Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Training course!

When: Thursday August 18th from 9am to 11am

 

What is Reasonable Suspicion?

Reasonable suspicion is described as a set of circumstances that give you reason to conduct a “fitness for duty” assessment of an employee based on objective observations.
Reasonable suspicion training is a requirement for DOT FMCSA, PHMSA and FTA companies, but is also a valuable tool for NON DOT supervisors as well.

The overall goal of Reasonable Suspicion Training is to protect public and workplace safety by ensuring the removal of employees from safety sensitive duties when their behavior and appearance indicate possible illegal drug use or alcohol misuse.

Don’t miss this chance to equip your supervisors with tools that will protect your company from unnecessary risk. Contact our office today to find out how you can reserve your spot!

Bobbie@mccdrugandalcohol.com
970-712-1184 direct

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