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Drug and alcohol use has become an increasing issue in the workplace, especially given the prevalence of prescribed marijuana for medicinal reasons. How do you deal with an employee in a safety-sensitive role who has a medical marijuana licence? Are they still allowed to perform their safety sensitive job? If an employee with a licence says they need to use their marijuana at the workplace, how is this addressed? Are employees with medical marijuana licences exempt from drug testing?
• Drug and Alcohol Policies
• Testing for Drug and Alcohol Use
• Consequences for Testing Positive
• Pre-employment Situations
• Impaired at Work Situations
• Accommodation requirements for workers with drug and or alcohol addiction
• Suggested wording on Medical Marijuana to update company policies
Presenter: Pamela Bragg
Pamela is the owner of Sarkany Management Inc., a Human Resources Consulting firm which offers a broad range of HR services, including customized training options. Pamela has a comprehensive background in human resources including being Senior HR Director for Lafarge Construction Materials. She holds a Masters Certificate in Strategic Human Resources and in Organizational Change.
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