Drug Free Workplaces

Become a Drug Free Workplace

A drug-free workplace, as defined in the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, is a workplace where "the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a controlled substance is prohibited." Most employers strive to provide a safe work environment and encourage personal health. They consider the abuse of drugs and alcohol on the job to be an unsafe, counterproductive work practice. Furthermore, they see substance abuse as a serious threat to other staff and their customers. In consideration of this, most employers strictly prohibit the use, possession, and sale of illegal drugs and alcohol at work. Some employers, regulated by a U.S. government agency such as the Department of Transportation, have strict, mandated procedures in place.

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The Components of a Drug Free Workplace

  • Written Policy

    The drug free workplace policy is the cornerstone of a company program. It’s a comprehensive document that clearly states the substances that are prohibited, notifies the employee of what types…

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  • Drug Testing Implementation

    National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance arranges for discounted drug testing services through a third-party administrator using a nationally certified laboratory.

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  • Training

    A key component to a successful drug-free workplace program is the training and education of supervisors and employees. The National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance provides online...

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  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an optional benefit that an employer purchases providing employees a source of personal assistance through counseling and resource referral.

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  • Consultation & Resource Referral

    Every employer receives a customized orientation and consultation upon implementing a new drug-free workplace program to ensure success.

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  • Parents in the Workplace

    In today's society, children often know more about drugs than their parents. When problems arise in your employees' homes, the parents' job performance may suffer.

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