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The Drug-Free Workplace Program: Lose The Drugs, Keep The People

10 Lessons
19-29 Minutes
10 Quiz Questions

Course Overview


Substance abuse affects approximately ten percent of all adults. In North America alone, almost 40 million people are affected by substance abuse. Due to both the prevalence of substance abuse, as well as its detrimental effects on the workplace, every organization should have a Drug-Free Workplace Policy such as the one modeled in this training video. A Drug-Free Workplace Policy is the first step to mitigating the risks of substance abuse. This course demonstrates how to recognize the difference between “use” of alcohol and drugs and “abuse” of those substances. There are clear signs when an individual is abusing drugs or alcohol to indicate appropriate action must be taken. This course shows these signs, as well as appropriate responses for dealing with suspected substance abuse. Utilize the information presented in this training video to help you recognize and eliminate substance abuse in the workplace.

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    Key Audience


    All employees

    Course Topics


    Introduction
    Drug-Free Workplace Policy
    Negative Consequences
    Substance Use Vs. Abuse
    Addiction
    Signs, Symptoms & Indicators
    Enabling Substance Abusers
    Appropriate Response
    Seeking Assistance Voluntarily
    Conclusion

    Course Detail


    Course ID
    erisdwor_vod

    Time

    19-29 Min
    Questions
    10

    Languages

    en-es

    video format

    HD

    captions

    Yes

    Resources

    Yes

    Lessons

    10

    Remediation

    Yes

    Bookmarking

    Yes

    Feedback

    Yes

    Microlearning

    no