Substance Abuse in the Workplace Training for Employees focuses on the DOT drug and alcohol testing program, the impact of substance abuse on the workplace, and drug and alcohol tolerance and dependence. Our on-site training program also includes information about the addition of semi-synthetic opioids to the DOT drug testing panel and ways to avoid prescription drug abuse.
One hour and 15 minutes
Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors looks at the employer’s role in the DOT testing program, assists supervisors in recognizing signs and symptoms of drug abuse and alcohol misuse, and reviews the reasonable suspicion documentation process and decision to refer an employee for testing. Our on-site training program also provides information on the addition of semi-synthetic opioids to the drug testing panel and notes the lack of impact states’ marijuana initiatives have on the DOT drug testing program. We also offer regional training options.
Designated Employer Representative Training
Our one and a half hour training module provides your Designated Employer Representative (DER) a complete review of your organization’s drug and alcohol testing program manual. Items covered include policy development, program maintenance requirements and general program oversight.
Specimen Collector Training
ComplianceOne offers training for both urine drug screen collection and breath alcohol testing. Training classes are conducted by our DATIA-certified professional collector trainer and can be done at your location or in our Topeka headquarters office.
Urine Drug Screen Collector Training focuses on the collector’s role in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s urine drug screen testing program. The training includes step-by-step instructions, collection site and documentation requirements, how to handle problem collections such as temperature out of range and insufficient quantity of urine provided by donor. Mock collections and a written test are included. This class is for both collector certification and recertification.
Three hours and thirty minutes
Breath Alcohol Technician Training covers the technician’s role in the DOT alcohol testing program, requirements for and use of evidentiary breath testing (EBT) devices, step-by-step testing requirements, collection site and documentation requirements. Mock tests using the device the technician will use for testing and a written test are included. This class is for both certification and recertification of breath alcohol technicians.
Alcohol Screening Test Technician Training is provided for those utilizing saliva swabs or a screening-only device for alcohol testing rather than evidentiary breath testing devices which perform the confirmation tests required by the DOT. Instruction on an EBT is not included. Mock tests are performed and a test is also included. This class is for both certification and recertification of screening test technicians.
Approximately one hour
Fatal Flaw Training is required when an error by the collector or technician causes a DOT drug or alcohol test to be cancelled. A review of regulations and the three mock tests required are included.
Approximately 45 minutes