Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors and Employees - Pay Per View Training Program (05652)
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Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors and Employees - Pay Per View Training Program

Train supervisors AND employees on the dangers of substance abuse in the workplace.

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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
  • 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
  • Program is viewable from video-capable, internet-connected mobile devices such as an iPhone and iPad, as well as most Android tablets and phones
  • The supervisor training video covers:
    • The importance of understanding and consistently enforcing your company's substance abuse policy
    • The elements of a comprehensive substance abuse policy
    • Reasonable suspicion and recognizing observable behaviors that may mean an employee is impaired by alcohol and/or drugs
    • Scenarios that illustrate procedures for confronting an employee who may be impaired
    • Common alcohol and drug testing procedures
  • The employee training video covers:
    • The elements of a comprehensive substance abuse policy
    • The importance of understanding the company's substance abuse policy
    • Scenarios that illustrate how an employee's knowledge of the company's substance abuse policy can help them avoid awkward situations and protect their workplace from the dangers of substance abuse
    • A cautionary message on the dangers of substance abuse
  • Length: Approximately 60 minutes

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Specification

Specification
Product Code Description Program Type Language Format Copyright Date
24795
Basic program - English
Basic
English
Pay Per View
2012
41379
Premium Program - English
Premium
English
Pay Per View
2012

More Info

Pay Per View Basic program includes the following:

  • Training for Supervisors
    • Introduction - Discusses the dangers of substance abuse in the workplace; introduces the program and topics covered
    • The Scope of Substance Abuse - Offers compelling statistics on how widespread substance abuse is in the U.S., and the likelihood that your own workplace will be effected by substance abuse eventually
    • The Elements of an Effective Substance Abuse Policy - Talks about how dealing effectively with workplace substance abuse starts with a clearly written and well-communicated substance abuse policy; lists the typical elements of a substance abuse policy:
      • That it be written
      • That it be communicated to employees
      • That it be understood by supervisors and enforced consistently
      • That it spells out the procedures that will be used when an employee is suspected of a violation
      • That the consequences of violating the policy are clearly outlined
    • Reasonable Suspicion and Observable Behaviors
      • Discusses the concept of reasonable suspicion and observable behaviors, and how supervisors must make their own independent observations that could lead the supervisor to suspect an employee is impaired while on the job
      • Talks about the different behaviors that typically suggest impairment, and the use of a checklist to help the supervisor recognize an impaired employee
      • Addresses removing an impaired employee from any immediate or imminent dangers (such as driving a car); also discusses that determining reasonable suspicion may be reached after observing signs and symptoms over a period of time
      • Covers documenting observations, possibly using a checklist of behaviors that can indicate substance abuse or impairment
      • Discusses the need for observations to be specific and factual, and asking another supervisor to observe the employee as a check on the supervisor’s own observations
    • Confronting the Employee - Includes two scenarios that illustrate techniques supervisors can use to confront a possibly impaired employee. Viewers watch each scenario and then review how the supervisor handled each situation:
      • Scenario 1: Supervisor confronts an employee who denies any drug use, and instead tries to sidetrack the conversation by blaming issues on problems at home
      • Scenario 2: Supervisor confronts an employee who becomes very hostile at the suggestion that she may be coming to work impaired by alcohol
    • Drug and Alcohol Testing Best Practices - Goes over a typical procedure for drug and alcohol testing:
      • Transporting the employee
      • Alcohol breath tests and BAC levels
      • Drug tests and work prohibitions
      • Possible consequences of a positive test
    • Summary
  • Bonus Materials - Supervisor Training
    • Situational Scenarios - Trainees watch each scenario and are asked to evaluate how the supervisor handled the situation. A review is provided for each scenario (running time: 12 minutes)
      • Scenario 1: A supervisor confronts an employee whom he believes is using drugs, and confronts the employee on the shop floor and does not give the employee a chance to defend himself
      • Scenario 2: An employee reports to a supervisor that she thinks a co-worker is using alcohol on the job; the supervisor orders testing based on the employee's observations
      • Scenario 3: A supervisor uses the threat of drug and alcohol testing on an employee whose productivity is slipping
    • Note to Trainers - Gives introduction to the training program and topic for trainers (running time: 3 minutes)
  • Training for Employees
    • Introduction - Discusses the dangers of substance abuse in the workplace; introduces the program and topics covered
    • The Scope of Substance Abuse - Offers compelling statistics on how widespread substance abuse is in the U.S., and the likelihood that your own workplace will be effected by substance abuse eventually
    • What's the Policy? - Discusses how a substance abuse policy is one of the first steps a company will take to address the serious problem of workplace substance abuse; lists the typical elements of a substance abuse policy:
      • That it be written
      • That it be communicated to employees
      • That it spells out the procedures that will be used when an employee is suspected of a violation
      • That the consequences of violating the policy are clearly outlined
      • Also discusses why it's important that employees understand the policy, as well as the procedures and the consequences
    • Complying with the Policy: Scenario 1 - The Main Program features two scenarios that illustrate how an employee's knowledge of the company's substance abuse policy can help them avoid awkward situations and protect the workplace. In the first scenario, an employee, whose company has a two-drink limit at business functions, must figure out how to comply with the policy without alienating a potential new client who wants to have a few drinks 
    • Complying with the Policy: Scenario 2 - In the second scenario, an employee witnesses a co-worker's out-of-control behavior, which appears to be caused by alcohol. The employee must make a decision to talk to a supervisor about what he has seen, and how to do it
    • Summary
  • Bonus Materials - Employee Training
    • Situational Scenarios - (running time: 10 minutes)
      • Scenario 1: An employee witnesses a co-worker taking a drink on the job
      • Scenario 2: Two co-workers, whose company has a two-drink limit at business functions, are having dinner with a potential client who obviously wants to have more than two drinks
      • Scenario 3: Two employees meet in the break room to discuss another co-worker's possible impairment
    • Note to Trainers - Gives introduction to the training program and topic for trainers (running time: 3 minutes)

Components

Basic Program includes access to:

  • Video - Main Program
  • Video - Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors
  • Video - Substance Abuse Training for Employees
  • Video - Note to Trainers (Employee Training)
  • Video - Employee Scenarios
  • Video - Note to Trainers (Supervisor Training)
  • Video - Supervisor Scenarios
  • Instructor's Guide
  • Quizzes for Employees (with Answer Key) (2)
  • Quizzes for Supervisors (with Answer Key) (2)

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

  • Powerpoint® Presentations (2)
  • Handouts (3)
  • Images (18)
  • Posters (3)

To order supplemental training materials not included with the Pay Per View option, click here. 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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