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Drugs and Alcohol Training Programs and Courses

Drugs and Alcohol

Dealing with an employee€™s Drug and Alcohol Abuse can be very trying for an employer and fellow employees. It can be very difficult to talk to the employee with substance abuse, their productivity may decrease or increase with unsafe practices, and put fellow employees in dangerous situations. Our  Alcohol and Drug Awareness training program discusses the various types of substance abuse that could be found in the workplace, how they can affect an employee's work situation, and what employees themselves can do to help keep their workplace drug and alcohol free. Topics covered in these products include: How substances are typically abused by employees, Alcohol and other depressants, and their effects, Stimulants, narcotics and hallucinogens, and their effects, How people get "hooked" on drugs and alcohol, Alcohol and Drug Awareness policies, Helping employees overcome substance abuse, and more.

Related training topics that will work in conjunction with Alcohol and Drug Awareness Training: Policies and Procedures, Compensation Training, Workplace Harassment, Workplace Violence


OSHA's Position On Drugs and Alcohol Training

Drug and alcohol abuse are topics that concern workplace management in just about every industry imaginable. With a proper focus and training initiative, these issues can be addressed in a manner that will create a safer workplace environment and maintain work productivity. But it’s acknowledged that these issues can be difficult to approach without the proper training. Additionally, OSHA has definite views on how training should be conducted and in some cases, training is federally mandated. For example, the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) requires specific training for supervisors of drivers and there are many other federally mandated safety training regulations. In order to assist you with addressing compliance issues and ensuring a safer employee environment, we offer comprehensive Drug and Alcohol Abuse Training materials. These videos and published material sets are designed to instruct both employees and supervisors. Topics that are covered include, among many others:

  • Required CFR training for supervisors of drivers (32 CFR 634.13)
  • Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers
  • Reasonable Abuse Suspicion Training
  • D.O.T. Drug Training to meet requirements

With these training materials in your company’s library, it becomes a simple matter to schedule substance abuse awareness at convenient times that will not affect work production. You can contact us now for any additional information that you may require. Don’t delay, ensure that your organization has the necessary tools to meet compliance and create a safer work environment! 

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