Working Partners ® Wayfinder
Helping you navigate your drug-free workplace program
February
2020
Further Exploration ...
Is Possession a Violation?

Steve, a concerned DFWP-trained supervisor, called us the day after an incident with his employee, Bill. During a morning meeting the day before, an unopened can of beer fell out of Bill’s lunch bag. Bill explained he must have grabbed the wrong can when packing his lunch and that he meant to bring a soda pop. Steve shared there were things in the employee’s history with the company that compounded this situation for him.

At the time of Bill’s hiring two months ago, Bill disclosed he’d previously had a couple of DUI convictions ...

Take Two...
Alcohol in the news
The Past Month in the News ...
Coming to the Ohio Safety Congress 2020? We'll be there!
The 2020 Ohio Safety Conference & Expo is March 11th-13th. We will be presenting and we can't wait to see YOU there! Catch one of our sessions:

Upcoming DFSP Deadlines

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Upcoming Classes

Employee Education:
 
Supervisor Training:

  Boost Camp:

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


CEUs through HRCI, OCILB and SHRM available for select courses.
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).

¿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)