MCA Alberta offers education and training programs through a variety of learning opportunities designed to meet unique mechanical and service contractor needs. This is accomplished through member meetings, short seminars and full day courses. These feature guest presenters on broad industry topics, product specific technical training, HR and other soft skills training, business skills and succession planning.
Programs are designed specifically for owners and senior management, service managers and technicians, HR leaders, frontline field and office staff to keep the entire team current and to help grow your career.
“I have taken both Project Management and Construction law courses through the MCA and these courses are a must for anyone starting in a management role. Since then, I have enrolled my staff to complete as well.”
Cody Christman ,VP Strathcona Mechanical
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Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors
March 15 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT$125.00 – $140.00
Substance abusers cost employers approximately $10,000 every year due to absenteeism, low productivity, lost time incidents, and increased WCB costs.
Our Reasonable Suspicion Training (RST) programs are designed to educate employers about how to recognize signs and symptoms of workplace drug use as well as how to properly initiate the appropriate actions in the event of workplace drug use.
Join us on March 15, 2022, (9am-12pm) for an informative morning discussing the importance of reasonable suspicion training. Delve into the meaning of reasonable suspicion, how it differs from alternative testing methods, how to recognize the signs and symptoms of alcohol and drug use, how to accurately complete the required documentation, and much more.
- Learn about the regulations surrounding reasonable suspicion testing, including what “reasonable suspicion” means and how it differs from other testing.
- Discuss how to recognize the signs and symptoms of alcohol and drug use, including how to approach employees in a professional, respectful manner.
- Discover how to action the 5-step Reasonable Suspicion process.
- Explore how to effectively complete all required documentation.