EDPM Training Programs

EDPM is pleased to offer professional training courses that ensure your personnel are up-to-date on reasonable suspicion protocols, state and federal rules and regulations, as well as industry-wide best practices when it comes to drug and alcohol testing. Sign up for one of our training courses today by clicking here.

EDPM offers the following training sessions via online e-learning courses as well as live presentations by one of our expert trainers. Please email training@edpm.com or call 800-833-9412 to discuss options and pricing.

DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training

As a supervisor of DOT covered employees, this course will enable you to:

  • Recognize the signs, symptoms, and indicators of substance abuse in the workplace.
  • Identify, document, and manage reasonable suspicion testing
  • Comply with federal DOT regulations requiring 2-hour reasonable suspicion training for all supervisors

Designated Employer Representative (DER) Training:

If you are responsible for handling any component of the drug testing program, then as the DER, you have an opportunity to:

  • Learn the roles and responsibilities of a DER for the Company
  • Learn how to handle unique or unusual situations (e.g., refusal to test)
  • Ensure compliance with federal (DOT) and state Drug-Free Workplace regulations
  • Learn and implement best practices in testing management in your industry

Signs, Symptoms, & Indicators of Drug & Alcohol Use:

If you are a supervisor or manager that may be in a position to determine whether an employee poses a safety risk, this session will enable you to:

  • Learn how to identify, document, and manage reasonable suspicion testing
  • Satisfy Drug-Free Workplace requirements in many states for annual 2-hour supervisory training
  • Comply with federal DOT regulations requiring 2-hour reasonable suspicion training for all supervisors

Drug Screen Collector Training:

The Collector Training course is designed to certify collectors to perform DOT urine specimen collections in accordance with DOT rules and regulations.