Reasonable Suspicion for Drug and Alcohol Use in the Workplace

Employment Practices/Supervisory
Reasonable Suspicion for Drug and Alcohol Use in the Workplace

The objective of this course is to train administrators and supervisors on the risks of drug and alcohol use by employees, the skills to recognize use of drugs and alcohol, the skills to confront an employee who may be using drugs or alcohol, and the procedures for documenting reasonable suspicion cases.

Variants:
  1. Full Course - 27 minutes
    This version is for all staff.
Course Authors
Patrick Hancock, ARM
Patrick Hancock is currently a Risk Manager for Baltimore County Public Schools in Maryland. He holds an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation and is instrumental in identifying and analyzing existing and potential risks to the district, as well as advising strategic measures to address those risks.