FRA Reasonable Suspicion & Toxicological Testing Training

The FRA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion and Post-Accident Toxicological Testing Training is a comprehensive program that satisfies both DOT and FRA requirements for supervisors. This course provides training on recognizing indicators of drug use, detecting symptoms of alcohol misuse, and understanding post-accident toxicological testing procedures. By completing this training, supervisors can proactively identify safety risks, intervene before accidents occur, and make informed decisions regarding post-accident testing.

Course Benefits:

  • Enables supervisors to recognize signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse
  • Enhances confidence in making post-accident drug and alcohol testing determinations
  • Complies with 49 CFR § 219.11(g) training requirements
  • Covers major drug groups on the controlled substances list and impairing drugs
  • Provides training on the qualifying criteria for post-accident toxicological testing
  • Explores the supervisor's role in post-accident collections

Who Should Take This Course:

  • Supervisors covered by DOT and FRA regulations
  • Those responsible for making reasonable suspicion determinations
  • Individuals involved in post-accident testing procedures

The FRA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion and Post-Accident Toxicological Testing Training is a comprehensive program designed to meet the training requirements set forth by the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) for supervisors. This course provides supervisors with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively recognize signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse, make reasonable suspicion determinations, and understand post-accident toxicological testing procedures.

The course begins by focusing on the indicators of probable drug use, covering various aspects such as behavioral changes, physical appearance, and performance issues. Learners will explore the major drug groups listed under controlled substances and gain insights into their effects on individuals. Additionally, the course delves into the detection of symptoms related to alcohol misuse, including impairment, physical signs, and behavioral changes. Supervisors will gain a deep understanding of the acute behavioral and physiological effects of alcohol.

Furthermore, the course dedicates significant attention to post-accident toxicological testing. Learners will become familiar with the qualifying criteria outlined in 49 CFR § 219, subpart C, which governs post-accident testing procedures. They will explore the role of the supervisor in post-accident collections, gaining knowledge on appropriate protocols, documentation, and communication requirements in such situations. By completing this training, supervisors will be equipped with the necessary expertise to make informed decisions regarding post-accident drug and alcohol testing.

Recognizing the critical importance of safety in the transportation industry, this course emphasizes the role of trained supervisors in identifying safety risks early on and intervening to prevent accidents or injuries. Supervisors who have completed this training possess the necessary skills to detect potential substance abuse issues among employees and take appropriate actions, ensuring the well-being of both individuals and the public.

The FRA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion and Post-Accident Toxicological Testing Training is delivered through a user-friendly online platform, allowing learners to progress at their own pace. The course includes interactive videos, informative documents, and additional resources to enhance the learning experience. Upon successfully passing the online exam, learners can instantly download a certificate of completion, providing evidence of their mastery of the course material.

This course is ideal for:

  • Supervisors and managers responsible for overseeing safety-sensitive transportation operations
  • DOT-regulated employers and employees in the railroad industry
  • Individuals involved in making reasonable suspicion determinations and post-accident testing determinations
  • Safety professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills in identifying and addressing drug and alcohol-related issues in the workplace

Don't miss the opportunity to gain the expertise needed to confidently recognize the signs of drug and alcohol abuse and make informed decisions regarding post-accident drug and alcohol testing. Enroll in the FRA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion and Post-Accident Toxicological Testing Training today and ensure compliance with DOT and FRA regulations while promoting a safe and drug-free work environment.

  • Successful supervisors will be able to recognize suspicious activity and behavior with a 100% proficiency.
  • Successful students will be able to express an understanding of industry terms and the protocols involved with the 49 CFR Part 382 by completing an online quiz with 75% or greater proficiency.

DOT Compliant Training

The course is made to meet or exceed the stringent training and certification benchmarks established by federal and state regulatory bodies across all 50 states and their territories, as well as in Canada, Mexico, and any country following DOT regulations for agencies including FMCSA, FAA, FTA, FRA, USCG, and PHMSA, along with other jurisdictions that apply DOT guidelines.


Content Made and Reviewed by Attorneys

Taking a course developed and reviewed by attorneys with expertise in their subjects ensures learners receive accurate and relevant content. Their specialized knowledge translates into practical insights, preparing learners for real-world applications.


Collector Support® for Drug Testing

Learners, managers, and supervisors have direct access to our team of trainers for inquiries, assistance, or questions. Reach out to a US-based trainer by calling or sending an email. We are committed to responding quickly during regular business hours, ensuring you receive timely support to enhance your learning experience.


Learn On-the-Go: Accessible Education Anytime, Anywhere

Our eLearning platform, with its intuitive design, is accessible across all modern desktops, mobile devices, and tablets, ensuring a seamless learning experience. Our courses remain active until completion, eliminating the need to rush and promoting better retention, performance in practice, and reduced errors compared to conventional training methods.


Credits Expire Only After Acceptance

Content credits provide a flexible approach to training, only expiring when the user accepts the course invitation. This means training managers can purchase credits ahead of time, enjoy cost savings, and be free to allocate training as it suits training schedules or organizational needs.


Instant Access to Courses and Content Credits

Trainers and managers can instantly invite learners to access courses. Upon registration or receiving an invitation, learners gain immediate entry to start their training


Estimated 2 Hours of Learning

This course includes an estimated 2 hours of content and training and was made to meet or exceed all relevant federal or state training hour mandates, as well as any other certification or qualification requirements. While the duration is for planning and compliance purposes, the completion time may vary according to each learner’s pace, reading speed, and comprehension ability.


Download Certificates Upon Completion

After course completion, learners can immediately download their training certificates. Managers and trainers will also have the ability to view and download certificates for their employees, streamlining the documentation of completed training.


Instant Manager Account with 2+ Content Credits

With the purchase of two or more credits, a manager account is automatically created. This account streamlines the process of inviting employees, consolidates training certificates, and assists with general compliance and certification training audits.


Additional Resources

Learners looking to expand their learning experience can purchase additional resources like books and guides or subscribe to our social media accounts on Linkedin and YouTube to reinforce their knowledge. These tools and resources strengthen ability, improve practical skills, and enhance compliance and practical rule application.

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