Drug and Alcohol Awareness Suite (US)
Substance abuse affects every worker directly or indirectly. When it impacts the workplace, productivity and profits suffer. This suite provides information about drug and alcohol policies in the workplace. It educates learners about the process of identifying potential drug and alcohol users: from spotting the indicators of substance abuse, to conducting testing, to following up once results are available. This suite also defines what substance abuse is, the costs and the effects of substance abuse on the workplace, and the effects of a variety of substances on the body, the mind, and the emotions.
Drugs and Alcohol: The Facts ( 50 mins )
Substance abuse causes harm to more people than just the abuser. This course teaches workers what substance abuse is and it outlines the costs of substance abuse to employers and co-workers. It also provides facts about commonly abused substances and how to reduce the risks of substance abuse. Ideal learners are all employees, including managers and supervisors.
Define substance abuse; Identify the effects of substance abuse; Specify the costs of substance abuse in the workplace; Explain ways to reduce the risk of substance abuse; Identify resources for education, prevention and intervention
Reasonable Suspicion Training for Alcohol and Substance Abuse ( 55 mins )
This course provides information about drug and alcohol policies in the workplace. It is specifically designed to cover requirements for drivers as specified by the DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). It educates learners about the process of identifying potential drug and alcohol users, including spotting the indicators of substance abuse, conducting testing, and following up once results are available. This training is intended for people who manage or supervise commercial drivers.
Identify your company’s responsibilities regarding substance abuse prevention; Recognize the behaviors that violate Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) drug and alcohol policies; List the steps for identifying employees who may be abusing a substance; Explain what to do and what not to do during the process of identifying employees who may be abusing a substance; Identify the indicators of substance abuse; Explain how safety and performance standards are enforced
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