Reasonable Suspicion for Supervisors (Breakfast Session)Construction Industry Training Network
July 23, 2019
Prince George, BC
Reasonable suspicion testing is performed when a Supervisor has evidence or reasonable cause to suspect an employee of drug or alcohol impairment while at work. Evidence is based upon direct observation, either by a supervisor or another employee.
This session is designed to provide Supervisors in safety-sensitive environment in making objective decisions about reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing, including:
What is Reasonable Suspicion Testing
Drug Use Stats
Employer & Employees Obligations Under the Policy & the Law
The 5 Steps to Testing
Signs & Symptoms
How to Document
This session will also discuss the potential consequences for positive tests and look at some suggestions for updating your company policies.
Presenter: Pamela Bragg
Pamela is a professional consultant, trainer and coach with over 25 years’ experience in Organizational and Leadership Performance within multi-national environments, both union and non-union.
Her professional background includes work as a senior HR Director with Lafarge North America where she was the key HR business partner for the Product Line General Managers (ready mix concrete, aggregates, cement manufacturing, asphalt, pave and construction) and leadership teams across Western Canada and the PNW US.
Disclaimer: The content of this presentation is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.