It's no surprise that drug and alcohol in the workplace can have a negative image, putting workers at risk of injury or worse, and meaning that their employers are failing in their duty of care.
As more companies implement drug and alcohol testing programmes, the decision of when to test will be raises. Random sampling is an equitable and common sense approach, but what if there is reasonable suspicion that an individual is under the influence, what are the warning signs and how do you identify them?
Understanding the effects of common drugs and their potential impact on the workplace allows business owners and managers to better plan for the safety of all employees.
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