This practical webinar identifies what employers can and can’t do to enforce drug-free workplace policies, and will guide you through the steps you should take to avoid violating ADA and other state and federal laws.
- Prescription drug addiction’s impact on worker productivity and safety
- How to identify signs of prescription drug abuse and potential opioid addiction
- Employer obligations under OSHA’s general duty clause
- Specific steps to take if an employee appears impaired on the job
- Strategies for improving drug-free workplace policies—and quell abuse of prescription painkillers paid for by employer-funded plans
- Tips to help improve employee communication about potential drug abuse
- Employer’s responsibility for reasonable accommodation under the ADA
- Treatment and continuing care options for employees
- Your role as a benefits or HR manager in helping addicted workers
Product ID: 16842
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This essential guide will arm you with the knowledge you need to mold your organization’s hiring, drug testing, disciplinary, and safety policies to be compliant and properly documented.
• Marijuana at Work: What Employers Need to Know
• Medical Marijuana and the Law
• Marijuana In The Workplace
• Sample Marijuana Policy
• List of States that Have Legalized Medical Marijuana
• List of States with Pending Legislation
Get the information you need to ensure your organization’s hiring, drug testing, disciplinary, and safety policies are compliant and properly documented.
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Albert (Bert) B. Randall, Jr. Esq.
President, Franklin & Prokopik, P.C.
Bert Randall, Jr., President of Franklin & Prokopik, is a trial attorney concentrating in complex matters involving employment, tort liability and business litigation. He regularly represents companies in state and federal courts, and before state and federal administrative agencies.
Sarah S. Lemmert
Counsel, Franklin & Prokopik, P.C.
Sarah Lemmert joined F&P in 2014 and was promoted to counsel in 2018. In addition to representing employers and insurers in workers’ compensation matters, she advises companies on employment and labor law compliance and provides assistance in drafting handbooks and workplace policies.
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