Who takes this course?
AusHealth’s Reasonable Cause Training for Supervisors is a non-accredited course designed to teach leaders, managers, and supervisors how to recognise potential signs of drug and alcohol misuse in their workplace.
In order to keep themselves, employees, company property and the overall organisation safe from substance use, leaders can implement drug and alcohol testing based off reasonable or for cause.
What will I learn?
This course teaches supervisors how to recognise suspicious signs and behavioural changes in an individual, and how to ethically conduct testing according to their internal drug and alcohol policy.
- Becoming familiar with your company’s drug and alcohol policy
- Learning how to identify the physical signs of probable drug and alcohol use
- How to safely approach and converse with staff possibly affected by drugs and or alcohol
- The procedure of initiating investigation for reasonable cause and the arrangement of specimen collection
- How to record observations of an employee’s behaviour and the difference between short-term indicators and long-term indicators
How does AusHealth differ?
Our engaging sessions are run by experienced AusHealth trainers that provide practical, real life scenarios you may witness depending on your industry.
How do I get certified?
Upon completion of AusHealth’s Reasonable Cause Training for Supervisors unit, participants will receive a certificate of completion that can be used for both professional
development and internal client compliance.
All sessions are conducted by our team of highly experienced trainers.