Achieving and Maintaining
A Drug Free Work Place

The cost of substance abuse in the American workplace is staggering: almost $3 billion each year in accidents, absenteeism, employee theft and low productivity. Experience shows that a well designed, consistently applied drug free workplace can help spare your organization these extra costs and help you maintain a profitable, productive operation.

Yet there's still the challenge of generating full employee commitment to your drug free workplace goals. "Achieving and Maintaining" will help employees and supervisors understand the roles they play in making your program a success. Building a solid foundation of knowledge and skills help to eliminate drug free workplace misunderstandings and missteps.

Now there's a way to meet that challenge.

Achieving & Maintaining A Drug Free Workplace is designed with you and your staff in mind.

"This is great for employees. It answers all the typical questions and helps employees understand that a drug free workplace is in their best interests."

"The supervisor training package is top drawer. Finally we can help them practice the real-world situations they'll face when implementing a drug free workplace program."

"You can tell the materials were designed with the trainees and the trainer in mind. All the important content is there, in a format that makes the sessions relevant for everybody involved."

This outstanding training program is geared toward generating full employee commitment to your drug free workplace goals. Employees will better understand the role they play in making your program a success.

You'll receive everything you need to conduct a two-hour session for all employees, plus a two-hour and a four-hour session for your supervisors. Each package includes a video, facilitator guide, and participant facilitator guide. You'll cover the effects of substance abuse, techniques for initiating reasonable suspicion testing, effective communication techniques, and full details about the drug and alcohol testing process. You can also include your organization's policies and procedures.

ElderCare Communications is a leading provider of high quality video-based education and information to help improve the quality of care and resident quality of life in long-term care settings.



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