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Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisory Personnel

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) each require training for supervisory personnel to help them determine when a reasonable suspicion of drug and alcohol use exists that would require an employee in a safety-sensitive position to complete drug and alcohol testing. This class satisfies this requirement. It provides participants with information on the applicable regulations, the specific, contemporaneous physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable alcohol and drug use, and the proper completion of documentation. This class is appropriate for anyone that supervises employees in safety sensitive positions at organizations regulated by Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol testing regulations in any DOT agency. This class is also suitable for supervisory personnel at organizations with non-DOT drug and alcohol testing programs that have drug and alcohol testing programs with a reasonable suspicion testing requirement.



  • Nominal Hours: 2.5
  • Contact Hours: 0.25
  • Continuing Education Units: 2.25
  • Delivery Method: Classroom/Discussion
  • Required by Regulation: Yes. 49 CFR §§ 199.113(c), 199.241 (PHMSA), and 382.603 (FMCSA)
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Refresher Frequency: Not mandated by regulation. Anfeald recommends annual retraining

Related Services

  • Written DOT-FMCSA, DOT-PHMSA drug and alcohol testing programs
  • Desktop audits of written programs, service agents, and collection sites
  • On-site audits of collection sites

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