Drugs and Alcohol: General Testing Information

Testing for drugs and alcohol in the workplace is a progressive step to protect employees and the public from the tragic consequences of substance abuse. This course, the third in a series of four courses about DOT drugs and alcohol in the workplace, introduces the basic requirements and the circumstances that warrant drug and alcohol testing under DOT regulations. Topics in this course include: Basic Requirements, Pre-Employment Testing, Post-Accident Testing, Reasonable Cause Testing, Random Testing, Consequences, Return-to-Duty, and Employee Assistance Program. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify the individuals in DOT-regulated positions who may be tested for drugs or alcohol. Learners will also be able to recognize the specific circumstances under which these tests may be administered.

After this course learners will be able to identify the individuals in dot-regulated positions who may be tested for drugs or alcohol. recognize the specific circumstances under which these tests may be administered.