Medvet Reasonable Suspicion drug and/or alcohol testing workplace training

Monday, 27 May, 2013 | Supplied by: AusHealth Corporate Pty Ltd

Reasonable Suspicion training is a 2½-hour course designed for team leaders, supervisors and managers to assist in determining when to request a reasonable suspicion or for cause drug and alcohol test.

Reasonable Suspicion drug and/or alcohol testing is when peers, managers and/or supervisors are concerned one of their colleagues may be at risk of misuse of alcohol and/or other drugs.

Participants will learn to identify the signs, symptoms and physical, behavioural, speech and performance indicators of probable alcohol and/or other drug use or misuse. This leads to confidence and improved decision-making when considering a reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol test.

The course is conveniently delivered at the workplace by educators experienced in drug and alcohol testing across a wide variety of industries.

Phone: 1800 633 838
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