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A Supervisor's Guide To Reasonable Suspicion Testing Training Program

A Supervisor's Guide To Reasonable Suspicion Testing Training Program
A Supervisor's Guide To Reasonable Suspicion Testing Training Program
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Train your supervisors to help keep impaired drivers off the road!

According to 49 CFR §382.603, all persons designated to supervise drivers must receive at least "60 minutes of training on alcohol misuse and 60 minutes on controlled substance use." Help satisfy this requirement with A Supervisor’s Guide to Reasonable Suspicion Testing!

This flexible training tool includes the following:

  • (1) 20-minute, closed-captioned video - Available on DVD (with expanded content and benefits) or VHS, the program clearly explains the concept of "reasonable suspicion." Uses several real-life scenarios supervisors could face, including “refusal to submit to testing.” Also includes information on physical behavior, speech and performance indicators of probable alcohol misuse or drug abuse, as required by 49 CFR §382.603.
  • (1) Trainer Tools CD-ROM - CD-ROM features supplementary information, including content for audiovisual presentations/handouts, quizzes, answer keys, clip art, posters, and a training log. These items can be used as-is, customized, or imported into PowerPoint® presentations. The minimum computer system requirements for the Trainer Tools CD-ROM are Office 2000, with Word, and Internet Explorer version 5.5. (CD-ROM not sold separately.)
  • (1) Trainer’s Guide - Features answer keys to workbook tests and exercises.
  • (6) Supervisor Workbooks - Contain 40 pages of pre- and post-tests and new learning activity scenarios, plus a tear-out receipt page.
  • (6) Certificates of Completion - Provide a quick, easy way to prove that required training has been completed.
  • (6) Observed Behavior Reasonable Suspicion Record Forms - Help document a reasonable suspicion testing situation per 49 CFR §382.307, which requires that a written record be maintained.

A Supervisor’s Guide to Reasonable Suspicion Testing is available on DVD or VHS. The content of the main program is the same on VHS and DVD, but with DVD, you’ll also get added features!

DVD Main Menu

  • Play Program
  • Chapter Selections
  • Review – Provides a quick way to refresh memory on key points of the program to better aid retention.
  • Commentary – Additional interviews by industry professionals
  • Quiz – 10 interactive questions; offers correct/incorrect remediation to reinforce effectiveness of training. – Introduction to topic for trainer/management.
  • Message for Management
  • Alcohol & Drug Testing: Driver Awareness Preview - Offers a sneak peek at training program for a related topic.
  • - Plays entire main program. (access to chapters by topic)
    • Vignette #1
    • Introduction
    • Vignette #1 Continued
    • Review of Supervisor’s Actions
    • Vignette #2
    • Review of Supervisor’s Actions
    • Vignette #3
    • Review of Supervisor’s Actions
    • Conclusion
    • Vignette #1 Conclusion
    • Closing Thoughts
      • A supervisor observes a conflict between two drivers,and one of the drivers is very agitated and confronts the agitated driver.
      • Explains the concept of reasonable suspicion and the supervisor’s role and responsibilities.
      • Shows how the encounter plays out between the supervisor and the driver he reasonably suspects is under the influence.
      • Narrative discussion of what the supervisor did right.
      • A supervisor observes a driver taking a drink and confronts her.
      • Narrative discussion of what the supervisor did right.
      • A supervisor observes a high-strung driver talking with another driver and confronts him.
      • Narrative discussion of what the supervisor did right.
      • Reiterates the purpose of reasonable suspicion testing and training for supervisors.
      • Wrap up of the opening vignette of the agitated driver.
      • Acknowledges the need for impaired drivers to be taken off the road for everyone’s safety.

DVD Benefits over VHS

  • Is adaptable to a variety of training situations: can be used for group training (with a DVD player and monitor) or individual training (on a PC with DVD capability).
  • Includes extra “DVD-only” training materials, which adds training options and helps improve trainees’ retention.
  • Displays superior picture and audio quality to keep trainees engaged.
  • Features instant rewind, fast forward, and search controls to save you time.
  • Durable disc is not susceptible to magnetic fields and is heat resistant.
  • Transports easily because of its compact size.
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