DOT Reasonable Suspicion Testing Overview for Managers and Supervisors Safety Training Video

No items found.
Price:
$ 89.00 USD
Length:
17
minutes
SKU:
VOD-TRN-437
Options (see Notes section):

Ready for unlimited access to 200+ safety training videos at one affordable price?

Learn more

Video Preview

Details

This safety video program on DOT Reasonable Suspicion Testing Overview for Managers and Supervisors discusses the concept of reasonable suspicion testing, how managers and supervisors can administer the regulation fairly and effectively, and the new oral fluids testing method.

Under federal law, managers who suspect that a commercial driver has a substance use disorder or is actually impaired are required to send the employee for immediate drug and alcohol testing. Called “reasonable suspicion” testing, it is one of the six situations in which motor carrier employees who perform “safety-sensitive” duties, such as driving, are required to undergo drug and alcohol testing. By getting impaired drivers off the road, reasonable suspicion testing can help prevent road accidents, injuries, and fatalities.

Areas covered in the program include:

  • reasonable suspicion testing,
  • what makes suspicion reasonable,
  • recognizing signs of substance use disorders,
  • approaching employees who may be impaired, and more.

The safety video program comes with a quiz, a scheduling and attendance form, a training certificate, and an employee training log.

Associated Regulations:

  • 49 CFR Part 199 – Drug and Alcohol Testing

This safety video program is produced by The MARCOM Group, Ltd.

Get instant access to the highest quality safety videos through Video on Demand (VOD) in the media options. Once you have completed your checkout, you will receive an email with simple instructions on how to watch and access your video.

This safety video program on DOT Reasonable Suspicion Testing Overview for Managers and Supervisors discusses the concept of reasonable suspicion testing, how managers and supervisors can administer the regulation fairly and effectively, and the new oral fluids testing method.

Notes
  • DVD Programs are compatible with Standard DVD players and most computers.
  • DVDs can only be viewed using a device capable of playing a physical DVD disc.
  • USB videos are not compatible with TVs even if they have a USB.
  • USB videos must be played on a computer or laptop with an open USB port.
  • USB videos require additional software to play the video. We recommend the free VLC media player.
  • Videos are not downloadable, not SCORM compliant, not compatible with an LMS.
  • VODs (videos on demand) are for streaming only and require internet access.
  • VODs (videos on demand) expire after one-year.

See also

icon image of a play button for streaming of this safety training video
This safety video program on Back Safety in Healthcare Environments: for Medical Personnel discusses situations that can lead to back injuries and what employees can do to avoid them, both at work and at home.
Back Safety in Healthcare Environments: for Medical Personnel Safety Training Video
Back Safety in Healthcare Environments: for Medical Personnel Safety Training Video
Learn More
icon image of a play button for streaming of this safety training video
This safety video program on the Introduction to GHS for Construction Workers reviews what the Globally Harmonized System is all about, why OSHA adopted the GHS, and the phase-in dates for implementing the GHS.
Introduction to GHS for Construction Workers Safety Training Video
Introduction to GHS for Construction Workers Safety Training Video
Learn More
icon image of a play button for streaming of this safety training video
This safety video program on Electrical Safety discusses how electricity works, explains its hazards, and describes the procedures and equipment that employees should use to work safely around low voltage electricity.
Electrical Safety Training Video
Electrical Safety Training Video
Learn More