Frequently Asked Questions
Does the drug and alcohol online training apply to all Canadian provinces?
Our generic Workplace Alcohol and Drug Training is appropriate for employees and leaders in any industry or organization across Canada. The learning material is consistent with the Canadian Model alcohol and drug policy template. Developed by Canada’s leading alcohol and drug policy expert, Barbara Butler, the course delivers the most current information and today’s best practices for workplace alcohol and drug testing programs and procedures.
My company has operations in the U.S. and must meet DOT Regulations. Does Corridor's training cover this?
Yes. Corridor offers an on-demand DOT version of Workplace Alcohol & Drug Training specifically for supervisors of cross-border drivers and workers. The course provides a detailed overview of the Regulations that guide the U.S. Department of Transportation’s alcohol and drug testing program (Part 40). To purchase the DOT course on-demand, select Workplace Alcohol & Drug Training (DOT) – For Supervisors from the list of available On-Demand Online Training programs. Or contact us for more information on customizing this program for your company.
Does the course include information on medical marijuana?
Yes. Both the employee and supervisor alcohol and drug courses provide an overview of marijuana as a psychoactive substance, including information on medical marijuana and pending legalization legislation. Our courses are continually updated as new information becomes available.
Does the online training cover the Canadian legalization of recreational cannabis?
Yes. Both the employee course and supervisor course provide the latest information on the recent legislation tabled to legalize the use of recreational marijuana. Our drug and alcohol training continues to be updated as new information becomes available.
How often is the alcohol and drug training updated?
Corridor’s generic alcohol and drug training is kept “evergreen” with new information and updates as they occur. We ensure that updates to workplace programs and procedures are integrated appropriately and in a timely manner.
How do I know this training will fit with my company?
Our generic courses provide basic, practical guidance so employees and supervisors understand workplace expectations related to alcohol and drug use. The learning material is designed to complement policies and procedures your company may already have in place by providing the practical “how to” side of policy application in day-to-day work life.
Alternatively, you can take the next step and contact us to learn how we can integrate your company policy and procedures into a customized learning program.
What if my company doesn't have a drug and alcohol policy?
If your company does not have a policy, Corridor’s generic courses equip you with the latest information on typical workplace expectations and responsibilities, including how to handle workplace alcohol and drug situations and testing procedures. Not only will the training support your corporate social responsibility, but it ensures you and your staff understand how and when to address issues in this area so they don’t compromise the safety of your operations.