DOT & Drug Free Workplace On-line State Specific Training

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Less than 25% of the workplace drug/alcohol tests done in this country are federally required. Yet most available training is DOT-focused. Our training is unique! Our focus is on the training needs of the entire company - DOT and non-DOT. We make on-line DOT and State-By-State Drug Free Workplace alcohol and drug test training for supervisors and employees easy to use and it can be tailored to your needs. We constantly update our information based on applicable court decisions or legislative adjustments.

If you know what alcohol and drug testing rules apply you can:

  • Avoid challenges to human resource decisions
  • Lower insurance costs and loss payouts through reduced accidents and injuries
  • Increase employee productivity through reduced downtime
  • Reduce overall training costs by leveraging the efficiencies of the Internet
  • Improve training management and accountability through automated employee record-keeping and reporting
  • Enhance your corporate safety culture, consistently, across your enterprise

State laws related to non-regulated workplace drug testing have grown from as few as 12 in 1989 to over 550 today. Some state laws limit testing, others encourage testing through financial incentive programs. Some state laws require certain functions to be tested (e.g., forklift operators in Connecticut, home health care workers in Delaware), others establish rules for any employer choosing to test.

Supervisors and their employers are also being sued and losing cases at an increased rate because they simply don’t know their state’s law. In Iowa, for instance a supervisor was recently ordered to pay $68,000 to an applicant who he told to pay for his pre-employment drug test. Iowa law requires the employer to pay. In Missouri an employer lost a case because its policy didn’t contain the phrase “any violation of this policy shall be considered misconduct for state unemployment purposes.”

What can you do to reduce your potential liability? Know and follow the state laws that apply to you and your workforce. Establish procedures based on your state’s laws concerning testing when an employee is suspected of prohibited drug and alcohol use.

To help you determine which training course is the best match for you please visit the Online Training Wizard. After you complete the wizard you will see a list of recommended or required supervisor and employee training for your state listed on your user account page. Once you see the list appear, you can visit the recommended courses.

Once you visit the course you will see the option to purchase. Once you have purchased the training or if you have a membership that includes training, then the course will be displayed when you visit the link.

To get started now, visit your Online Training Wizard.

The Center for Drug Test Information provides DOT and state specific drug free workplace and testing on-line training for supervisors and employees in all fifty states including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming, and Puerto Rico.