COVID-19 has caused employers to revise policies and adapt process to the new normal while simultaneously trying to find some consistency in normal business operations. One area that employers may find difficulty in adapting is their drug and alcohol testing program. Workplace safety is important now more than ever — whether we are talking about COVID-19 or drug and alcohol use.
How do you determine if you are observing signs that someone is under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol when you have to maintain six feet of social distancing and employees can hide behind face coverings? Join NAE for a webinar to discuss how to address reasonable suspicion despite some of the limitations put in place by the COVID-19 pandemic, including how to document reasonable suspicion if you cannot send someone for testing, what employers with safety sensitive employees are supposed to do, and more.
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Time: 8:30am – 9:30am
Presenter: Audra L. Parton, JD
Cost: $49 (member) / $79 (non-member)
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Details11/18/2020 08:30:0011/18/2020 09:30:00America/Los_AngelesWEBINAR: REASONABLE SUSPICION WHILE SOCIAL DISTANCING: HOW TO ENFORCE YOUR DRUG POLICY IN A PANDEMICReno, NV
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