Legal issues affecting employee assistance programs
William A. Carnahan, Association of Labor-Management Administrators and Consultants on Alcoholism (U.S.)
Association of Labor-Management Administrators and Consultants on Alcoholism, 1984 - Business & Economics - 27 pages
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ABUSE PATIENT RECORDS affect licensing ALCOHOL AND DRUG ALCOHOL AND HEALTH alcohol is considered alcohol rehabilitation program alcoholic employee ALMACA arbitrators assumes that alcoholism authorize disclosure behavior bona fide medical Carnahan CONFIDENTIALITY OF ALCOHOL CONGRESS ON ALCOHOL consent corporate or unions counselor court order criminal justice system DEP'T OF HEALTH detoxification center discharge disclosed disclosure of information disease DRUG ABUSE PATIENT early detection employee assistance programs Employee Discipline Employee Treatment employee's potential employer or union ensure employee access extent that corporate federal fide medical emergency fire an alcoholic funding source GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS HEALTH AND HUMAN HUMAN SERVICES individual information reasonably necessary LABOR-MANAGEMENT LIABILITIES LEGAL OPINIONS medical model model of alcoholism moral model Negley NIAAA occupational alcoholism programs payer or funding Pennsylvania Power performance potential for recovery PP&L prohibited Redisclosure referral seek rehabilitation status supervisor Supreme Court treating personnel treatment facilities U.S. CONGRESS U.S. department voluntary control West Supp