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A Closer Look at Reasonable Suspicion Training

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The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires certain supervisors to undergo training in reasonable suspicion. This requirement covers supervisors working in the trucking, airline, transit, railroad, pipeline, hazardous materials, and maintenance of way sectors. Reasonable suspicion training empowers supervisors to make appropriate decisions regarding the drug and alcohol testing of employees. Understanding Reasonable Suspicion Testing Safety-sensitive […]

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What Are Some Red Flags on Driver Background Checks?

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Any type of employee has the potential to result in liability issues for a company. But for a driver, these liability issues can become quite severe. It’s essential to do a thorough background check before hiring a new driver. The employee screening company will give you a complete report on the driver’s professional history. Watch […]

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Exploring the Problem of Uppers in America’s Workforce

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The dangers of stimulants like cocaine and Benzedrine are well-known. But there’s another stimulant that is being widely abused in the U.S.—and it’s legally prescribed to kids and adults. Stimulants prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have been more commonly prescribed to adults since 2006, when a scientific study was released regarding the […]

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