Substance Use Disorder creates unique challenges for business.
And business has tested opportunities to be part of the solution.
What opportunities are there to educate our entire workforce about substance abuse to protect them or their families?
How can an employer help someone with a substance use disorder maintain their employment?
How can hiring practices be changed to integrate those in recovery into the workplace?
Using the Toolkit
Within the Toolkit, find information on how to:
Workplace Prevention Basics(link is external) to provide an interactive guide for you to identify and prevent substance misuse in the workplace
Build a team to develop your drug-free policy and implement your program
Assess your workplace to determine what kind of program is appropriate for your circumstances
Develop a policy for your drug-free workplace program
Plan and implement a drug-free workplace program
Evaluate your program to assess how well it meets its objectives
Components of a Drug-Free Workplace
Drug-free workplace programs can help employers create safe, cost-effective, and healthy workplaces. Most successful drug-free workplace programs have five key components: