Working Partners ® Wayfinder
Helping you navigate your drug-free workplace program
December
2019
Further Exploration ...

You are probably hearing and seeing a lot about cannabidiol (CBD) products. From the signs in store windows and grocery store displays to ads on social media, CBD is being touted as a remedy for numerous physical and mental health conditions.

As with most hot-topic issues, not only is there a lot of conversation about CBD, but there is also a lot of confusion around it. Beyond understanding what CBD is, it’s important for people who are considering purchasing these products to know some basics – including some that are pertinent to the workplace. Recognizing there are a myriad of questions around CBD and products containing CBD, let’s focus on five.

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Sorting Out the Confusion Around CBD
Marijuana, hemp, CBD, THC ... confused? You're not alone.

Our new OnDemand 24/7 course: Sorting Out the Confusion Around CBD can help give you and your employees clarity on this topic.

This 22-minute course, created for businesses and employees nationwide, will arm viewers with a baseline understanding of CBD from which to discuss its impact on employees and their jobs as well as to approach any policy and operational changes (as needed).

(Purchase before the end of the year and save. The price will go up in 2020.)
FMCSA Clearinghouse Webinar - New Date Added
Did you miss our webinar, Clearing Up the Confusion: FMCSA Clearinghouse Explained , last week?

Have no fear ... we have another one scheduled.

Thursday, January 16, 2020
9:30 - 10 a.m.

This 30-minute webinar will help you discover
  • what you need to know about the Clearinghouse
  • how to register
  • what you'll need to do to stay compliant

The webinar will be presented by our partner, Joe Reilly, owner of ClearinghouseServices.com. He has been in the drug and alcohol testing industry since 1993 and has extensive experience in all aspects of DOT’s drug and alcohol testing programs.
Remember, the Clearinghouse goes live in January and all employers mandated by the Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will be required to use it.


Are you paying too much to run your drug-free program?

The Working Partners® Consortium offers benefits that help you and your business save time and money. By being a member of consortium, you have access to a variety of drug-free workplace products and services.

Some of those benefits include:

So, if you are a member, don't forget to renew! And if you aren't a part of our consortium, click here to learn more.
It's cheaper to buy OnDemand in bulk!

Our OnDemand 24/7 courses offer the greatest amount of flexibility when it comes to drug-free workplace employee education and supervisor training. These courses are designed to fit anyone’s schedule and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Even better ... you get a discount on select courses when you purchase 11 or more courses at one time. The more courses you purchase, the greater the discount, making it an easy way to save some money.

  • Go to our OnDemand 24/7 page
  • Select your course
  • Add the desired number you want (once you're directed to our Coggno page)
  • See your discount applied when you checkout
Note: Consortium members get a discounted rate no matter the number of courses purchased. Just use your code to buy and distribute them throughout the year.
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Upcoming Classes

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OnDemand 24/7 courses  for employees & supervisors are always available



CEUs through HRCI, OCILB and SHRM available for select courses.
¿Habla Español?

On-going employee education about alcohol and other drug issues is important.

To help you provide information to Spanish-speaking employees in their native language, we have compiled a library of Spanish articles and resources on topics about alcohol and other drugs including information on prevention, misuse and treatment

(we also included English versions of the resources)