Drug & Alcohol Training for Supervisors | Online Workshop

IQA Reasonable Cause Training Drug & Alcohol Awareness for Supervisors
Supervisors play a key role in maintaining a safe workplace.   We invite you to attend an online workshop on this important topic: Reasonable Cause Training for Supervisors (Drug & Alcohol Awareness).


Date: Wednesday 29 May 2024
Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm (AEST)
Location: Online

Supervisors play a key role in maintaining a safe workplace. Supervisors are in a position to recognise probable alcohol and/or other drugs misuse in the workplace including changes in an employee’s performance, physical appearance, behaviour and speech. Addressing alcohol and other drug misuse in the workplace should be a priority for supervisors and all employees to ensure safety and productivity. 

Course Overview

This training will help your supervisors gain the knowledge and confidence they need to make reasonable cause determinations. The training will support supervisors to recognise the signs and symptoms of probable alcohol and other drug misuse in the workplace and how to make the necessary reasonable cause determinations safely and ethically. 

Learning Objectives

On completion of this training, the participant will be able to identify:

  • The key aspects of your company’s policy and the role it plays in a drug safe workplace
  • The signs of probable drug and alcohol misuse
  • How to document observations of employee behaviours
  • How to have a constructive conversation with an employee
  • How to approach an employee in a reasonable cause situation
  • How to determine if there is reasonable cause to test
  • How to correctly arrange for testing or other interventions
  • Safe and ethical practices within a drug safe workplace.

Participants will receive a Reasonable Cause Training for Supervisors Participant Guide, which includes a Reasonable Cause Observation Checklist for future reference.

Who is this course for?

The course is recommended for:

  • Quarry Supervisors
  • Quarry Owners
  • Health & Safety professionals
  • Those with responsibility for safe systems of work, management, and supervision

CPD Hours: 3

  • IQA QMCS: General WHS
  • NSW MOC: 5 General WHS
  • QLD PCS: Health & Safety (HS)

A Certificate of Attendance will be issued upon completion of the workshop. 

Registration Fees
IQA & IoQ NZ Member:  $225
Non Member: $295

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Registrations Close: Monday 27 May 2024. 

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29/05/2024 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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