Our company offers training in the recognition of drug influence and ways to assist in the identification of drug impaired employees or clients. Why is Drug Recognition training important to your business?
If you have company vehicles or a work force involved in the use of heavy equipment and dangerous instruments and tools, wouldn’t you want to limit your exposure to liability and accidents? Since the vast majority of corporations and private businesses have some kind of work force which travels to and from job sites and operates their machinery the risks created by employees who are under the influence of drugs and or alcohol is substantial.
During contact with the public your employees are exposed to a wide subsection of the general public and the issues which they present. Safety of your workspace is paramount and having employees who are able to recognize when a customer or person who has approached them is impaired can allow them to take measures to protect both themselves and your organization from the liabilities which could arise from allowing such persons to remain in your facilities.
Our certified instructor who specializes in the detection of drugs, alcohol and other impairing substances has created a 4-8 hour presentation on how to recognize the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol impairment, depending on the needs of the client.
Our instructor is a currently serving law enforcement officer in the State of Alaska and has conducted thousands of DUI investigations as well as over 160 evaluations of individuals under the influence of impairing drugs, with a successful detection rate of over 95%. He has extensive knowledge on the ways in which drugs are ingested, metabolized and how they present within a person’s body.
Allow us to help tailor a specific presentation and program which can be used to educate your employees to recognize the signs and symptoms of drug and or alcohol impairment and point towards specific types of impairment to help better protect your business and employees.
Please contact us for a quote.
Physical Address: 2001 E. Foundry Way Wasilla, Alaska 99654 Mailing Address: PO Box 3448 Palmer, Alaska 99645