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CDL: Supervisors' Reasonable Suspicion

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act requires supervisors of Commercial Motor Vehicle drivers be trained on how to detect and approach a driver suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances.

This class will review the requirements of the Federal regulations, indicators of this misuse in the workplace, how to approach a driver, and the documentation needed.

Required (49 CFR Part 40) upon initial assignment and retraining as needed for immediate supervisors of drivers with Commercial driver’s License (CDL).

Also, suggested for department heads and Human Resources / Personnel representatives

PLEASE NOTE: EACH student MUST have access to a computer or device with a WORKING CAMERA & MICROPHONE. To replicate an in-person classroom as closely as possible, each student will be ‘on-camera’ during the class and will be asked to contribute in class discussions.

Continuing Education Approvals:
CPWM- 2.0 Management CEU Credits
Water/Wastewater 1.5 Safety TCH

**To maintain the integrity of MSI classes and our ability to offer CEUs, we must abide by the rules of the State agency who issued the designation. Chief among those rules is the attendee of the class must attend the whole session. Attendees who enter the class more than 5 minutes late or leave early will not be awarded CEUs for the class or receive a certificate of completion.

Mar 15, 2023 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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