Reasonable Cause Supervisor Training

Reasonable Cause Supervisor Training delivers the substance awareness, necessary tools, and practical skills to recognize and appropriately handle employees exhibiting signs of impairment.

This 4.5-hour course will prepare supervisors, lead hands, and front-line managers for determining whether reasonable cause exists and what to do when they suspect it. This course exceeds both the Canadian Model for Providing a Safe Workplace and U.S. Department of Transportation requirements for Supervisor Training, and covers:

  • Applicable Legislation and Industry Standards – Overview of Human Rights, Privacy, and OH&S
  • Alcohol – Interaction with the body, effects/signs of intoxication, alcohol worksite rules
  • Cannabis – Legalization, cannabis products, impairment, medical vs. recreational cannabis
  • Drugs / Medications – Signs of impairment, commonly abused drugs, prescription medications
  • Processes / Protocols – Medical clearance, post-incident testing, reasonable cause process
  • Test Result Management – Refusals & positive test management
  • Case Studies – For practicing skills gained through the training

How to Get Started.

We will contact you within 24 hours and will get you a plan within 48 hours.

Contact Us

Contact us by calling our head office (403-343-6869) or filling out our new client form.

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Contact Us

Contact us by calling our head office (403-343-6869) or filling out our new client form.

Quick Assesment

We contact you within 24 hours to book a quick assessment to discuss your company’s needs.

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Quick Assesment

We contact you within 24 hours to book a quick assessment to discuss your company’s needs.

Implementation Plan

One of our occupational health & safety specialists will get back to you within 48 hours with an initial implementation plan and any quotes needed to get started.

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Implementation Plan

One of our occupational health & safety specialists will get back to you within 48 hours with an initial implementation plan and any quotes needed to get started.