3 edition of Supervisor"s guide to a drug-free workplace. found in the catalog.
Supervisor"s guide to a drug-free workplace.
Cover title: Aware--supervisor"s guide to a drug-free workplace.
|Other titles||Aware--supervisor"s guide to a drug-free workplace.|
|Contributions||Bureau of Business Practice.|
|LC Classifications||HF5549.5.D7 S86 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||90173085|
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AN EMPLOYER’S GUIDE TO A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE This information and resource guide is comprised primarily of materials abstracted from a number of different sources.
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Drug-Free Workplace Program supervisor's guide. [United States. Immigration and Naturalization Service.] Additional Physical Format: Online version: Masi, Dale A. Drug free workplace. Washington, D.C. ( M. St., NW, Washington ): Buraff Publications, © The Drug-Free Workplace: Part 3 for Supervisors is a 1 hour continuing education course that fulfills the requirement for drug-free workplace education.
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Talk to employees and supervisors about the benefits of a drug-free workplace. Stress the positive aspects of a drug-free workplace, i.e., management and workers meeting their joint Supervisors should be well-informed about the company drug-free workplace policy and about harmful effects of drugs and alcohol.
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How to use this guide Guide to a Drug-Free Safety Program BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) offers employers a holistic approach to workplace safety.
The DFSP is an innovative program that integrates a drug-free element and is designed to help employers establish safer and more cost-effective :// A.
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