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Reasonable Suspicion Training Guide


NOTICE: The Supervisors Reasonable Suspicion Training requirement is in effect for all persons or companies (including Canadian and Mexican) with a driver required to have a Commercial Drivers License (CDL), or drivers in the U.S. under the Canadian National Safety Code or Licencia Federal de Conductor (Mexico) 49 C.F.R. Part 382.603



REASONABLE SUSPICION TRAINING


Training for Supervisors

(49 C.F.R. Part 382.603)
If you employ a driver with a Commercial Drivers License, then ALL driver supervisors are required to have this training before the start of your operations.

This training requirement includes staff that may not have the job "title" but have the duties of or function as a "supervisor."




  • Determine whether reasonable suspicion exists
  • Required documentation
  • Signs of Alcohol Use
  • Signs of Drug Abuse
  • Making the referral
  • Who is a supervisor?
  • Who is regulated?
  • Best Employer Practices
  • Prohibited Conduct
  • Who can refer a fellow supervisor?
  • Is anyone excepted?
  • Drug & Alcohol Testing for CDL drivers
  • Constructive confrontation
  • The Don'ts
  • Drug & Alcohol Facts
  • Terms and Definitions
  • Specific Agency Regulations
  • FMCSA Rules
  • Sample Compliance Checklist
  • Appendices
  • And much more . . .

Avoid CSA Driver Points or Driver demerits.
81/2 by 11 in. 98 pages, coil bound
Order No. RS603 $49.95

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Supervisors' Reasonable Suspicion Training Guide







WHO SHOULD PURCHASE THE SUPERVISORS' REASONABLE SUSPICION TRAINING GUIDE:



49 CFR Part 382 requirements apply to "intrastate, foreign or interstate operators."

49 CFR Part 382 Controlled Substances and Alcohol Use and Testing apply to every person and to all employers of such persons who operate a commercial motor vehicle in any State... with few exceptions (i.e. National Guard truck drivers).


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