DEVELOPING YOUR SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICIES

DEVELOPING YOUR SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICIES from Drug Detection International

By: Drug Detection International  04-27-2011
Keywords: Health Care, Labour Law, Substance Abuse

DEVELOPING YOUR SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICIES
The three most important things about your DFWP policy are:
1. It must be written.
2. It must be communicated to employees.
3. It must be followed consistently.
If workplace safety is your goal, you do not want employees impaired by
substances in the workplace. To accomplish that you should prohibit:
· Coming to or using illegal substances on the job
· Coming to or using alcohol on the job
· The unlawful manufacture, distribution, possession or use of a controlled
substance in the workplace
· Illegal use or abuse of legal drugs
· Use of mood altering substances at any time/location when performing
company business, in a company vehicle, when oncall
These are just some of the areas we focus in on when creating your substance
abuse programme.

Keywords: Drug Abuse, Drug Kits, drugs, Health Care, Labour Law, Substance Abuse,

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