Recognizing Drug Impairment in the Workplace
Some employers have adopted policies that prohibit employees from testing positive for marijuana, or its psychoactive ingredient delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). It is important to understand prescription drugs are also abused at an alarming rate. In general, employers are concerned with keeping their employees and customers safe. Unidentified drug impairment of an employee can cause a significant safety risk to both. Typically, employees are tested after an incident has occurred, which could mean there has been significant damage to property or serious physical injury to a person. This training assists employers in training supervisors and team members in identifying drug impairment in the workplace before an incident occurs. This presentation covers benzodiazepines, cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, PCP, inhalants, prescription opiates, marijuana, and more.
Course length: 2-4 hours
Price: $1250+Travel Expenses
Seats: No limit