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Drug and Alcohol Free-Workplace

Drug and Alcohol Free-Workplace

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Today's safety training video discusses how to keep your workplace drug and alcohol-free.

The economic costs of drug and alcohol abuse in the United States are significant and have continued to rise.

Some of the typical warning signs of a drug or alcohol problem are:

Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace programs are not intended to interfere in anyone’s personal life, but to improve safety in the workplace.

A drug-free awareness program should inform employees about:

  1. The dangers caused by drug abuse in the workplace.
  2. The employer's policy and activities that will be used to maintain a drug-free workplace.
  3. The types of services available like drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee assistance programs.
  4. The penalties that will be imposed on employees who violate the drug-free workplace policy.

Having a Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace is important for the well-being of you and your fellow employees.

We hope you gained a safety training skill today. Until next time, stay positive and stay safe.

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