Instituting Sensible And Affordable Drug Policies And Practices In The Workplace

Online Course: ID# 1001337
About This 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.What You'll Learn:FORMS INCLUDED

  • 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
About This Course
  • Target Audience: Managers/Supervisors/Risk Management & HR Professionals
  • Time To Complete: 105-120 minutes
  • Purpose: To teach managers about the issues and laws related to workplace drug abuse and to provide information on policies and programs that reduce risk
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