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Reasonable Suspicion for Leaders (Virtual or In Person – St. Louis Park, MN)

February 29, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Reasonable Suspicion Training is a crucial educational program designed to equip employers, managers, supervisors and HR professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to maintain a safe and compliant work environment.

This training is especially pertinent in light of recent changes in the state’s regulations, making it essential for organizations to stay up-to-date with their obligations and responsibilities.

Course Objectives:

During this training, participants will understand the concept of reasonable suspicion as it relates to substance abuse and its impact on workplace safety and productivity. The primary objectives of the training include:

Recognizing Signs of Impairment: Attendees will learn to identify behavioral, physical and performance-related indicators of potential substance abuse among employees.

Understanding Legal and Regulatory Framework: The training will cover the legal framework and regulations governing reasonable suspicion testing in Minnesota, ensuring participants can confidently navigate compliance requirements.
Implementing Proper Procedures: Participants will be guided through documenting and reporting reasonable suspicion situations accurately and responsibly.

Communicating with Sensitivity: The training will emphasize the importance of conducting reasonable suspicion discussions with employees in a respectful and supportive manner.

Training Format:
This training is designed to be interactive and engaging. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions, share experiences and collaborate with others in the session.

Upon successful completion of the Reasonable Suspicion Training, participants will receive a certificate to acknowledge their attendance and competence in handling reasonable suspicion situations in the workplace.


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