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Employee Awareness Training - Drug & Alcohol Substance Abuse Training

Regardless of the environment, DOT mandated or non-regulated, it is beneficial that all employees understand the extent of substance abuse in the workplace and how to recognize and report impaired co-workers.

A recent OSHA report states that 65% of workplace accidents are caused by employees under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In addition, it is estimated that employees with a substance abuse problem file six times more workers compensation claims.

Multiple studies also indicate that substance abuse is a widespread and persistent problem in all types of work environments regardless of the location or type of business. It is estimated that 10 percent of all U.S. workers have a substance abuse problem.

Substance abuse affects the bottom line for both the employer and employee.

Lifeloc Technologies’ extensive network of Master Trainers provide both Employee Awareness Training for mandated and non-mandated workplace employees.

General Employee Awareness Training Covers:
  • Physical and mental effects of drug and alcohol abuse
  • Identifying drug and alcohol impairment
  • Reporting suspected impairment
  • Available intervention methods
  • Testing methods
  • Common myths regarding alcohol and other drugs
  • Effects of "hang overs" and legal substances on employee performance
In addition, DOT Employee Awareness Training Includes:
  • An overview of DOT testing rules and regulations regarding substance abuse
  • Procedures for testing safety sensitive employees
  • Specific drug testing protocol
  • Employer roles in the testing process
  • Ramifications of a positive test
  • Mode specific information