Alcohol and drugs in the workplace

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Butterworths, Dec 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
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Barbara Butler brings together in one convenient source the guidance companies, health professionals and lawyers require to develop effective workplace policies regarding substance use. The book provides a distinctly Canadian perspective and provides information on why policies are needed and how to develop them.
It addresses: drug and alcohol consumption patterns and the signs and symptoms of drug use; national, provincial and private sector initiatives as they affect the workplace as well as U.S. efforts that may impact upon Canadian business operators; the legal considerations that underlie the need to develop a company alcohol and drug policy.
It provides: guidance on the policy development process; what should go into a workplace policy and ways in which it can be implemented; employee education, awareness and assistance; programs and methods of problem identification; the entire range of alcohol and drug detection options.

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Contents

ALCOHOL AND DRUG USE IN CANADA
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General Population Surveys
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Workplace S urveys of Canadian Em ployees
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Copyright

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