Lifeloc Technologies wishes to appoint new distributors for select countries in Asia Pacific Region

We are actively searching for new distributors in the Asia Pacific Region to grow our business for the range of
Breath Alcohol Testers in the following countries:

  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • Sri Lanka
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Hong Kong
  • Nepal
  • Myanmar
  • Bangladesh
  • Cambodia

Potential companies and individuals must have good knowledge of and experience in the local market for such products with Law Enforcement and Work place.

You can email us your interest to international@lifeloc.com along with a brief profile of your company and experience.

Lifeloc will respond only to shortlisted companies/ individuals.

Supervisor Substance Abuse Training Needed To Curb Employee Drug and Alcohol Use

"It's only when employees think their supervisor knows how to detect substance use…and is willing to do something about it…that employees' drinking and drug use on the job decreases," according to Michael Frone, PhD, senior RIA research scientist and research associate professor of psychology, University of Buffalo.

A recent study from the University of Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions (RIA) finds that "It's only when employees think their supervisor knows how to detect substance use…and is willing to do something about it…that employees' drinking and drug use on the job decreases," according to Michael Frone, PhD, senior RIA research scientist and research associate professor of psychology.

The study, part of a $1.4 million research project, "Workplace Substance Use: A National Prevalence Study," funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) interviewed 2,429 workers, ranging in age from 18-65. The study found that workers reported drinking and using illicit drugs less at work when they thought their supervisors could both detect substance-use problems and were willing to take corrective action.

The study supports the use of courses such as "Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Training" which provide information in how to spot and confront employee substance use at work. Educated Supervisors willing to take action help reduce alcohol and illicit drug use on the job, thereby improving employee productivity.

Article adapted from original press release, March 2012. "Supervisor Training Needed To Curb Employee Substance Use." Source: University of Buffalo. http://www.buffalo.edu/news/releases/2012/03/13305.html

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