FMCSA requires supervisors of CDL drivers to take 60 minutes of training…

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s, FMCSA, drug and alcohol testing requirements require supervisors of CDL drivers to take 60 minutes of training on the symptoms of alcohol abuse and another 60 minutes of training on the symptoms of controlled substances use.  The purpose is to qualify supervisors for determing when reasonable suspicion testing is needed.   You can read more here at the FMCSA site here.

CRS offers CDL Drivers drug and alcohol testing to meet required FMCSA training needs.   Email info@crswi.com.  715-533-1715 Cell.