Developing a Drug & Alcohol Policy: Avoiding Common Pitfalls When Including Drug & Breath Tests
This free whitepaper from Andatech discusses the importance of implementing a drug and alcohol policy, how to reduce risk in the workplace, and essential tips on implementing a drug and alcohol policy in the workplace.
Drug and Alcohol Policies are an essential component of managing workplace risks for many industries, especially for those with the highest risks of catastrophic industrial accidents such as construction, transport, mining, and manufacturing. Drug and alcohol testing is rapidly becoming an attractive tool in managing drug and alcohol-related risks.
The most successful drug and alcohol policies are established with a highly consultative approach, use expert advice, and focus on the public health and risk management approach to avoid having testing regimes damage productivity and workers’ trust.
What you get from this whitepaper
- Alcohol and Drugs: From Health Issue to Productivity Risk
- Workplace Drug & Alcohol Policies: Reducing Risk by Reducing Productivity?
- Theoretical Constructs of Workplace Alcohol Use
- Policy Considerations
- Stages of Developing a Drugs and Alcohol Policy