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Senate vote on marijuana legalization could have companies reeling; Cannabis Learning Series launches a turn-key training solution for employers
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Free Whitepaper on the Impacts of Marijuana in the Workplace
What you will learn from this whitepaper
Recreational cannabis will officially be legal in Canada on October 17, 2018, but a significant amount of employers have reported they feel unprepared for the upcoming changes that will affect the workplace. The purpose of this whitepaper is to help employers understand how the changing legislation will affect them and what considerations they should make in moving forward.
What you will get from this whitepaper
- The difference between recreational and medicinal cannabis
- How laws and legislation have changed with regard to cannabis and the workplace
- The potential impacts to the workplace from the legalization of recreational cannabis
- The rights, responsibilities
andobligations of employers, managers, supervisors and employees
What is the difference between medical and recreational Cannabis in the workplace?
Why is it so important to ensure employees are “Fit for Duty”?
What types of impairment should companies be aware of?
What is considered a “Safety Sensitive” position?
What impact will legalizing cannabis have on younger generations?
What are the challenges for companies who aren’t addressing this issue prior to legalization?
What are some the challenges businesses might face when Cannabis is legalized?
How has the legalization of Cannabis shed light on other Workplace Health and Safety Issues?
Why invest in training and prevention awareness for your organization?