must be an ongoing educational process for supervisory personnel overseeing regulated safety-sensitive positions. There is great chance of risk and failure for a drug-free workplace program if this does not occur. If an ongoing approach to educating supervisors does not occur, try to get one started. This does not have to be complicated or burdensome, and it does not need to consume much of the supervisor’s time. It does not need to a classroom event, and it can be as simple as a supervisor tips newsletter that includes period education on substance abuse and the supervisor role. READ MORE . . .