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Prepare Supervisors with Reasonable Suspicion Training

WDTC Offers Affordable, Convenient Options

reasonable suspicion trainingWhen you own a business – especially one in the transportation industry – maintaining a drug-free workplace is vital. While companies test new employees and maintain a random drug screening policy, what happens if there’s suspicion an employee has come to work intoxicated? There are specific rules and regulations that apply and Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) offers reasonable suspicion training to ensure supervisors follow the law.

Managers who supervise drivers and other employees in the transportation industry are required to attend training to ensure they understand drug and alcohol abuse. WDTC’s training helps supervisors understand if reasonable suspicion exists to have the worker submit to a drug test. Our training covers the physical, behavioral, speech and performance indicators of probable alcohol misuse and drug use that supervisors must notice before requesting the driver take a drug test.

“Our flexible training is offered online so it’s convenient for supervisors to take,” said WDTC President Mike Bray. “It’s very user-friendly. They can take it on their schedule and print out their certification when complete.”

Reasonable suspicion testing is a tricky subject since proper protocol must be followed or the test results are invalid. Once a supervisor notices signs of alcohol misuse or drug use and requests the employee to take a drug test, WDTC offers convenient testing facilities. In addition to our own testing sites, you can also send an employee to one of our more than 8,000 collection site partners across the nation. Once finished, a Medical Review Officer looks at all DOT tests to ensure their accuracy.

About Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium

In addition to offering reasonable suspicion training, WDTC partners with transportation companies to provide a variety of affordable screening services, including DNA paternity testing, DOT medical exam locations, DOT drug testing and third party administration. Among the DOT consortiums in Wisconsin, WDTC sets itself apart by managing high-quality, convenient drug and alcohol testing processes for transportation businesses. Visit our website at to learn more about WDTC and its services or contact President Mike Bray at [email protected].

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