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Reasonable Suspicion & Drug Awareness Supervisor Training
Learn what supervisors need to determine if an employee may be impaired and the critical action steps they should take in these situations.
Mitigate risk for your healthcare organization.
Drug use and abuse in the workplace not only puts employees and patients at risk, but it also leaves employers vulnerable to negligence claims and costs. With the opioid epidemic, changes to testing regulations, and the growing changes with state marijuana laws, it's high time for employers to review the training they are providing their staff.
Get actionable insights to implement your reasonable suspicion drug testing program.
Drug testing experts William J. Judge and Nick Hartman of the Drug Screening Compliance Institute (DSCI) discuss the key role of reasonable suspicion testing in the changing landscape for employers. This critical training explains what reasonable suspicion is from a legal standpoint and how supervisors can apply it practically in their day to day management duties.
What you'll learn from the webinar:
- Why this training is essential: your role as a supervisor;
- How reasonable suspicion testing is critical to any comprehensive drug-free workplace program;
- Signs and symptoms of common drugs of abuse;
- What is reasonable suspicion?: a legal and practical understanding; and
- Reasonable suspicion action & documentation steps.
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William J. Judge, JD, LL.M.
Bill Judge is the Co-founder and Chief Research Director at the Drug Screening Compliance Institute (DSCI). Bill is an attorney who, for more than 30 years, has concentrated his practice on research, consultation, litigation assistance, and management training related to the legal issues of substance abuse in the workplace.
Nick Hartman (C-DER)
Nick Hartman is the Co-founder and Managing Partner at the Drug Screening Compliance Institute (DSCI). He is a Certified Designated Employer Representative (C-DER) who has consulted, implemented, and managed drug-free workplace programs for thousands of employers across the U.S. & abroad for more than 15 years.