Instituting Sensible and Affordable Drug Policies and Practices in the Workplace
||Online Training Course
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has estimated that substance abuse is a factor in as many as 65 percent of all work-related accidents in the United States.
A recent Substance and Mental Health Services Administration study found that 80 percent of internal embezzlement, fraud, and theft in the workplace was found to be drug-related. They also determined that employees using drugs have 250 percent more absences, use 300 percent more sick benefits and are 500 percent more likely to file a workers' compensation claim than employees who are drug-free. The question then becomes, what do you do about it? Should you establish and enforce a drug-free workplace policy?
This course discusses types of drug programs, warning signs of possible drug use, and effective policy guidelines that can be implemented in the workplace.
Managers/Supervisors/Risk Management & HR Professionals
Time To Complete
To teach managers about the issues and laws related to workplace drug abuse and to provide information on policies and programs that reduce risk.
- Acknowledgement of Receiving the Policy
- Acknowledgement of the Implementation of a Policy
- Drug-Free Workplace Program
- Educational Material on Substance Abuse
- General Notice of the Implementation of an Alcohol and Drug Abuse Policy
This program has been approved for 2.0 recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, visit the HR Certification Institute homepage at www.hrci.org.
|Licenses / Designations / Educational Credits:||HRCI|
All US States: 2
All Canadian Provinces: 2
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||Founded in 1997 by a group of risk management, insurance, and human resources professionals, The Human Equation offers knowledge, training, coaching, and research support on human resources and risk management in both traditional and web-based environments.
Our high-quality e-Learning materials deliver real-world and cost-effective instruction that result in improved employee productivity and reduced employer risk.
The Human Equation's mission is to significantly improve business performance for organizations of all sizes by promoting a fundamental awareness of, and learning solutions for, operational and employment risks.
The Human Equation's products and services portfolio includes a variety of learning solutions that include web-based training courses, labor consulting and coaching helplines, a research repository of news, forms, documents and policies, and an Employee Report Line that manages employee grievances.
Each of our courses are legally reviewed, certified by the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) for excellence in instruction and design, and accredited by The Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) for re-certification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification.
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