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As an employer of safety sensitive employees under a DOT agency, you must make sure that anyone who supervises these employees undergoes, or has undergone, 2 hours of mandatory reasonable suspicion training; Each DOT agency has this requirement.  Twin Tiers Drug & Alcohol Testing, LLC offers this training either as a package when you sign up with us, or as stand-alone training for companies needing to meet this requirement. 


The training will educate your supervisors on: spotting the signs of alcohol and illicit drug use, the effects of alcohol and illicit drug use on the human body, when to initiate a reasonable suspicion test, how to conduct the testing to protect the company and employee, the specific regulations per your agency, and more.  We perform this training at your facility, or at our facility in Sayre, PA.   Best of all - we price this training the same whether we are training 1 person or 20 people.  Each person who completes the course will receive a certificate from Twin Tiers Drug & Alcohol Testing, LLC that is good for life! (Requirements vary per agency, call for details)

DOT FMCSA Tractor Trailer



DOT Supervisor FMCSA

New to the trucking industry?  Maybe you have hired a new DER, but they have never acted in this position, and do not know the DOT regulations;   Or, maybe they need a refresher since the DOT regulations change often.  Twin Tiers Drug & Alcohol Testing, LLC will train your DER to be ready for any situation that may arise.  This is also very beneficial when you have multiple DERs and want to make sure there is continuity company wide.

A DER is crucial to every DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing Program.  If you are an employer of DOT safety sensitive employees, then you must have a DER.  The main duties of a DER include: being the individual designated by the company to receive results of drug and alcohol testing, having the authority to stand down, or remove, employees who have violated the DOT drug & alcohol testing regulations, and what actions and decisions to make in such cases.  

View the entire CFR Title 49 Part 40

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