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We dissect stories that play out in the media from a legal perspective, respond to the inquiries we know many of our students have and assess the impact of new laws and regulations on specific industries.

Lessons on Reasonable Suspicion from Burnley and Skinner

Lessons on Reasonable Suspicion from Burnley and Skinner

Determining what is “reasonable” in establishing “reasonable suspicion” can be very difficult to pin-point. In Railway Labor Executives’ Association v. Burnley, after a two-year rulemaking process, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) created new regulations...

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Establishing Reasonable Suspicion: Are Anonymous Tips Enough?

Establishing Reasonable Suspicion: Are Anonymous Tips Enough?

The Fourth Amendment – a right recognized in the United States Constitution which allows the American people to be “secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.”[1] As companies have grown over the years, so...

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The Belligerent Donor and the Unassuming Direct Observer

The Belligerent Donor and the Unassuming Direct Observer

Joe was recruited to assist in a DOT direct observation urine specimen collection by the collector, Sally. She told Joe that he was supposed to “watch the urine leave the patient’s male anatomy.” However, during the process, Bill, the employee was belligerent and...

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Easler Education Launches Version 3 of EaslerLMS

Easler Education Launches Version 3 of EaslerLMS

EaslerLMS Version 3 was launched on April 15, 2019, and we are proud to report to our affiliates, resellers, authorized trainers, and our future partners that we are ahead of schedule. Here is a quick update on what this version release includes: Managers can now...

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The Benefits of Completing Supervisor Training

The Benefits of Completing Supervisor Training

Supervisor training is legally necessary, and your entire workplace will benefit from having a competent supervisor that is equipped with the proper knowledge to handle tough and even dangerous situations. Not only will you have a more confident supervisor, but a few...

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Consequences of Not Completing Reasonable Suspicion Training

Consequences of Not Completing Reasonable Suspicion Training

Your managers and supervisors are legally required to complete reasonable suspicion training if they are part of a DOT agency and USCG regulations require the training to be completed[1]. However, as a busy employer, you may wonder why you must train your supervisors...

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Should a DER Take Reasonable Suspicion Training?

Should a DER Take Reasonable Suspicion Training?

A DER, or Designated Employer Representative, plays a key role in many drug and alcohol-free workplace program functions[1]. When a drug test is performed, an employee needs to be removed from their duties. When further information is needed about the company’s...

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Why Every Chiropractor Needs to Offer Drug Testing

Why Every Chiropractor Needs to Offer Drug Testing

Over the past few years, it has become more and more common to see drug testing offered by chiropractors. However, the connection between drug testing and chiropractic services is not always readily apparent. After reviewing the information connecting chiropractic and...

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Signs & Symptoms of Fentanyl Drug Use

Signs & Symptoms of Fentanyl Drug Use

WHAT IS FENTANYL? Fentanyl is a potent synthetic opioid drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use as an analgesic (pain relief) and anesthetic. It is approximately 100 times more potent than morphine and 50 times more potent than heroin as an...

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