National Drug-Free Work Week

 

We are proud to announce the 12th annual anniversary observance of NATIONAL DRUG-FREE WORK WEEK, OCTOBER 12 - 17, 2020. This yearly public awareness campaign highlights the importance of a drug-free workplace and encourages workers with alcohol and drug problems to seek help.

History of National Drug-Free Work Week

National Drug-Free Work Week was initiated by the U.S. Department of Labor as a cooperative agreement focused on improving safety and health in the construction industry through drug-free workplace programs. The first Drug-Free Work Week was observed in 2006, and in subsequent years, more and more organizations—representing a range of industries—also rallied behind the effort, helping firmly establish it as an annual opportunity to reinforce to employers and employees alike that “working drug free works.”

Today, the National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance, a division of Drug Free America Foundation, in collaboration with stakeholders for a safe and healthy workplace, promote this annual observance. Together, we spread the message to encourage individual workplaces to take this opportunity to educate and strengthen their safe and healthy work environments—reflecting the true spirit of National Drug-Free Work Week.

2020 National Drug-Free Work Week Campaign

Social Media 

Please like and follow Drug Free America Foundation and the National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance on social media:

  • FaceBook  @DrugFreeAmericaFndn   and  @ndwa2016
  • Instagram @drug_free_america_fndn
  • Twitter @DrugFreeAmerica

New this year: daily social media themes start Monday October 12th!
Stay tuned on social media!

Drug-Free Work Week Resources

Monday 10/12/20 - Drug-free workplaces are vital to business!

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Tuesday 10/13/20- Drug testing is still important!

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Wednesday 10/14/20 - The Impact of Drugs on the Workplace

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Thursday 10/15/20 - EAPs Support Employees and Businesses!

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Friday 10/16/20 - Training Supports a Drug-Free Workplace!

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Register now for our free Recovery and the Workplace webinar October 29, 2020 at 8:00 AM EDT.

Webinar Summary: We are excited to share with you presentations from two unique international programs of recovery and return to working productivity: San Patrignano, a recovery community in Italy, and Obra Social Ferroviaria, railway workers' health service of Argentina.   Click here for more information and to register!

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