Drug and Alcohol Abuse Training Course

Address the issue of substance abuse in the workplace

Drugs and alcohol have no place in the workplace. It is anathema to these substances. When employees abuse drugs and alcohol, it can lead to efficiency, productivity, and even safety issues. To deal with drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace, you should first know the common signs and symptoms. You should also consider the legal implications. This online training course shows how to do all of that, plus how to address substance abuse issues with sensitivity, confidentiality, and appropriate support. It will enable you to foster a supportive work environment that provides help for substance abuse challenges.

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Course Outline

Drug and Alcohol Abuse in the Workplace
1.   Course Overview
  • Signs of Drug and Alcohol Abuse in the Workplace
  • Creating and Following a Substance Abuse Policy at Work
  • What Supervisors Need to Know
  • PLACEHOLDER: Company Policy for Substance Abuse
  • Chapter Feedback
2.   Conclusion
  • Scenario
  • Final Assessment
  • Course Feedback

About The Instructor

Robert Gerchalk

Robert Gerchalk is a registered nurse who has worked as a medical nurse at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, as a home care nurse, an infection control nurse, an employee health nurse, and in psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals. He has also served as an interim director of nursing and performed mental health assessments. He has taught in medical education for many years and coached doctors, nurses, other medical professionals, and business people.
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