Accredited Drug Testing provides DOT reasonable suspicion training for supervisors utilizing an online training course in which upon completion a certification certificate will be issued.
The U.S. Department of Transportation requires that all agencies including FMCSA, FAA, FRA, FTA, PHMSA and USCG require training for DOT regulated employers to have supervisors trained in the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol use and impairment.
To order the easy to use on-line DOT reasonable suspicion Supervisor Training Course, please register for the course on-line 24/7.
Upon registration for the course, you will be sent a log in and password identification at which time you can access the training course and complete the training requirements.
Listed Below is the DOT Agency Training Requirements:
DOT Agency Training Time
Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA): 60 minutes-on controlled substances (drugs) and 60 minutes on alcohol misuse
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA): -60 minutes-on controlled substances (drugs) and 60 minutes on alcohol misuse (In addition, supervisors must receive employee training . Reasonable recurrent training is also required, typically every 12-18 months)
Federal Railroad Administration (FRA): -A total of 3 hours of training is required for this Agency. 1-hour drug, 1-hour alcohol and 1
hour post-accident determination training
Federal Transit Administration (FTA) 1-hour on controlled substances (drugs) and 1 hour on alcohol indicators of probable alcohol use.
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) -hour on controlled substances (drugs) and 1 hour on alcohol indicators of probable alcohol use.
United States Coast Guard (USCG) One-hour of training is required on the effects of drugs and alcohol on personal heath, safety, and work environment; and manifestations and behavioral cues that may
indicate drug and alcohol use and abuse.
DOT regulated companies which employ two or more (covered) employees must have supervisors who have completed the DOT Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Training. Failing to comply with these training requirements can subject the regulated company to fines and other penalties.