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Impaired drivers operating your commercial motor vehicle can cause serious harm to themselves, the general public, and property.
A single, high-profile crash involving a drugged or drunk CDL driver can devastate a motor carrier. Even lesser events, such as roadside inspections citing a drug or alcohol violation can impact the carrier’s safety standing with DOT and result in fines, higher insurance rates, lost customers, and an inability to attract high caliber drivers.
That’s why it is so important that your driver supervisors know how to identify signs of drug use and alcohol misuse. DOT requires that supervisors receive reasonable suspicion training to aid in this role.
Our presentation will tackle some of the more frequently asked questions on DOT reasonable suspicion testing. The webcast:
The questions will be posed in the form of scenarios that you and your peers can respond to using our interactive Group Chat.
And, as with all our webcasts, we will leave time for your questions at the end in a question-and-answer session. Come join the discussion!
Note: Although this presentation addresses the topic of Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion training, it does not qualify as training to satisfy 49 CFR 382.603._1708604192864