Reasonable Suspicion Testing: What Supervisors Need To Know - Pay Per View Training Program (08572)
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Reasonable Suspicion Testing: What Supervisors Need To Know - Pay Per View Training Program

Helps fulfill supervisors' required alcohol and drug training. Read more.

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Note: When ordering Pay Per View Training, you will be provided a link to access the Basic or Premium program you purchased. You will have 72 hour access to the program starting from the time you click the link.

  • Pay Per View format allows trainers to conduct effective, affordable training wherever they have Internet access
  • Available as Basic and Premium programs - Premium Programs include everything the Basic program does, plus numerous extras (see "Components" tab for details)
  • Includes 3 days of access to the video plus downloadable Trainer's/Instructor's Guide, quizzes and answer keys, a training log and supplemental video content
  • Helps you comply with requirements of 49 CFR 382.603 (all persons designated to supervise drivers must receive at least 60 minutes of training on alcohol misuse and 60 minutes of training on controlled substance use)
  • Helps supervisors gain knowledge and confidence needed to make reasonable suspicion determinations
  • Copyright Date: 2014 (Rev. 1/18)

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Product Code Description Program Type Language Format Copyright Date
Basic Program - English
Pay Per View
2014 (Rev. 1/18)
Premium Program - English
Pay Per View
2014 (Rev. 1/18)

More Info

Pay Per View BASIC Program includes:

Main Program

  • Video - 24-minute run time
    • Introduction
      • Opens with a scenario in which a supervisor confronts a driver who he suspects may be impaired. The driver denies being impaired.
      •  Addresses the goals and importance of the reasonable suspicion determination.
    • The Regulations
      • Discusses the supervisor’s responsibilities in the determination of reasonable suspicion process (as well as the definition of “supervisor”).
      • Covers the regulatory prohibitions for alcohol misuse and drug use.
    • The Reasonable Suspicion Process
      • Addresses the five essential components of the reasonable suspicion process: observation, confirmation, documentation, confrontation, and testing.
    • Scenario 1
      • The opening scenario is revisited, and each essential element of the reasonable suspicion process is called out as the supervisor applies them.
      • Additional detail on observation requirements is provided.
      • Additional information on documentation requirements is provided.
    • Scenario 2
      • Scenario 2 tracks the five essential elements when a supervisor witnesses a driver dropping what appears to be marijuana. The driver denies that the marijuana is his, becomes belligerent, and refuses to be tested.
      • Additional information on the consequences of refusing to take a test is provided.
    • Common Behavioral Indicators
      • A substance abuse professional describes some typical observable indications that a person may be misusing alcohol or using drugs, and how important these observations are to completing required documentation.
    • Confrontation Techniques
      • Replays the confrontation portions of Scenarios 1 and 2, and acknowledges that the confrontation part of the process is often the most difficult.
      • A substance abuse professional talks about the importance of training to help get supervisors comfortable with confrontations, and provides a few tips for speaking to the driver about being sent for testing.
    • Scenario 3
      • Scenario 3 tracks the five essential elements when a supervisor witnesses a driver behaving in an uncharacteristic manner. The driver self-admits to having a substance abuse problem and cries.
      • Goes into additional detail on self-admission (driver still has to undergo testing), and best practices to follow when arranging to have the driver transported for testing and referring them to an employee assistance program.
    • Conclusion
      • Reiterates the goals and importance of the reasonable suspicion determination, and that sending a driver in for testing cannot be arbitrary.
      • Revisits Scenario 1, and how the supervisor’s reasonable suspicion determination helped the driver get the medical help he needed.
  • Other training videos:
    * You Make the Decision (Running time: 10 minutes)
    * Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Alcohol Misuse (Running time: 4 minutes)
    * Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Drug Use (Running time: 9 minutes)
    * Note to Trainers (Running time: 5 minutes)



Basic Program includes access to:

  • Video - Main Program
  • Video - Effects of Alcohol
  • Video - Effects of Drugs
  • Video - Note to Trainers
  • Video - You Make the Decision
  • Trainer Guide
  • Quiz (with Answer Key)
  • Images (3)
  • Sample Form (1)
  • Notices (2)

Program with Premium Content includes access to everything the Basic program has, plus the following:

  • Powerpoint® Presentation
  • Alternate Quiz (with Answer Key)
  • Images (7)
  • Handout (1)
  • Learning Activities (2)
  • Sample Forms (2)

Order supplemental training materials not included with the Pay Per View option: Supervisor Workbook and Observed Behavior Reasonable Suspicion Record Forms. Please allow time for delivery of supplemental training materials prior to your Pay Per View training session.

System Req.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Windows XP with Service Pack 2, Vista or Windows 7
  • Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher; or Firefox 3 or higher; or Chrome 7 or higher
  • Adobe Flash 8 or higher (Ensure other applications like Quicktime, iTunes, Real Player, or Windows Media Player aren't set as the default streaming application, as this might affect the video player.)
  • 1.2 GHz processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Broadband Connection to the Internet

  • Make sure you have a broadband connection to the Internet, not a dial-up connection. Check to see that no other devices or software in your system are using up bandwidth. We recommend at least a 3.0-Mbps connection speed for high-quality video and at least 1 Mbps for uninterrupted basic-quality video.

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