Reasonable Suspicion – Introduction

Reasonable Suspicion should not be based on:

  • Personal beliefs, relationships or biases including ethnicity, age, lifestyle, gender.
  • Hear-say, rumors or innuendo.
  • “Gut feelings”, hunches or a guess.

If you believe RS exists:

  • The employee should be referred for a RS drug / alcohol test.
  • Refer to your operating policy or company documents for direction regarding actual test procedure.

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