This course is intended to fulfill the two-hour training requirement for supervisors in safety-sensitive industries who may be required to send workers for "reasonable suspicion" drug testing. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to recall the U.S. Department of Transportation’s requirements for supervisor training under its drug-free workplace program mandates for safety-sensitive industries, the physiological effects of alcohol and how they are produced, and general physiological and behavioral characteristics of alcoholism. The learner will also be able to identify the five drugs the National Institute on Drug Abuse requires safety-sensitive drug tests to detect, the basic characteristics and physiological effects of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and phencyclidine. Finally, learners will be able to identify recommended measures for avoiding legal problems when executing a company’s drug-free workplace program, identify recommended workplace alcohol- and drug-abuse documentation, and related intervention measures and strategies. This course is intended for all supervisors in a safety-sensitive industry that are involved with a substance abuse program. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the FMCSA Standard.