In 1988, the United States created the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988, saying that in order to receive federal grants or contracts, the company must supply a drug-free workplace.
While not all businesses work with the federal government, providing a drug free workplace is paramount for worker and property safety as well as increasing employee morale and productivity. Your drug-free program may include policies and programs to prevent the misuse and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, addressing substance abuse through health and wellness programs, and providing intervention services for employees and their families.
Most successful drug-free workplace programs have five components. Contact us today to help you set up those components and help provide you and your business an effective Drug-Free Workplace Program. Let us help you reduce risk and increase profits.