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Supervisor Drug & Alcohol Training
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The main topics addressed in this DOT-mandated training (required per FMCSR §382.603) are random and reasonable suspicion drug testing, post-accident testing, and the evils of illegal drug use, unlawful use of prescription medicine and excessive alcohol use. If this is the case maybe check out how to get pot out of your system as well for more information. In addition to covering those topics, we also answer the most common questions and concerns about the Drug & Alcohol BASIC, like:
- Who gets tested?
- What should they be tested for?
- What is the allowable Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)?
- How do you recognize a driver who is impaired and what should you do?
- What are the rules for conducting a reasonable suspicion test?
- How should you handle a driver who self-reports?
- What should you do when one driver reports another?
- Can you afford to not know the answer to these questions?
Knowledge gained from this session will assist you in developing and maintaining your company’s drug and alcohol testing program, which is required for all companies with trucks greater than 26,000 GVWR (and certain HazMat, construction, maintenance, or repair vehicles). In addition to the required elements of the mandated Supervisor Drug & Alcohol training, we will address many lessons learned from safety managers, enforcement staff, and Drug & Alcohol treatment professionals.
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Meet Your Presenter:
Mike England has spent more than twenty-five years in the transportation industry, first in a management role with a small transportation company, then progressing through numerous safety and general management roles with both large and small DOT-regulated entities including trucking companies and private fleets.
He is a graduate of the US Army Safety Management School in Ft. Rucker, Alabama as well as the US Department of Transportation’s FMCSA Safety Auditor Course. He spent 2005 and 2006 performing audits for the US Department of Transportation and decided in 2007 to form the private consulting firm DOT Compliance Help, Inc.
In addition to developing and presenting DCH’s DOT compliance seminars and conferences, Mike and his firm also provide compliance assessments and conduct custom onsite training sessions for clients across the country. With an office and staff located outside of Chicago, DCH’s mission is to help carriers prevent accidents, injuries, and fatalities. The ultimate goals are safer roadways for the public and increased profits for their clients.
His memberships include the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, the North American Transportation Management Institute, and the Illinois Trucking Association.