Substance Abuse Awareness for Managers

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Canada Safety Training Centre’s Online Substance Abuse Awareness (For Managers) Course will guide you through different types of drugs and alcohol and how they can affect the workplace. Our comprehensive course will explain in detail what you need to know, emphasize key points and test your knowledge retention after each module.

The course has been designed with prevention in mind and also explains points on treatment and harm reduction. Substance Abuse Awareness training may be a required course in your province/state, so by completing this course you can become compliant with Federal Regulations and improve your knowledge of an important part of workplace safety. After completion of this course you will be issued a certificate of completion.

This 90-minute e-course will teach you everything you need to know about Substance Abuse Awareness and how to apply that knowledge to your daily tasks.

The online course is designed to meet the standards and regulations set by various organizations, such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The course is an excellent resource for anyone seeking to develop skills in accident investigation, comply with safety regulations, and enhance safety in their workplace.

Key Points:

A wide range of substances can be abused, including alcohol and prescription drugs

Many employers are required that their employees have Substance Abuse Training

Each workplace should have a Substance Abuse Policy and Prevention Program

How to perform risk assessment

How to develop a comprehensive Policy and Prevention Program

Substance Abuse Awareness (For Managers) Course Outline

  • What is Substance Abuse?

  • What are the different types of substances

  • What occupations are most at risk

  • How can we prevent substance abuse in the workplace

Who Needs Substance Abuse Awareness Training?

There are a wide variety of industries that require their workers to be trained in Substance Abuse Awareness, including but not limited to:

  • Manufacturing

  • Construction

  • Warehousing

  • Oil and Gas

  • Health Care

  • Schools/Colleges/Universities

  • Transportation

  • Automotive

Why Our Online Substance Abuse in the Workplace Training is the Best!

Canada Safety Training offers an online fire extinguisher certification program that provides many benefits compared to traditional classroom training. Here are the top benefits:

In-depth Learning Enjoy in-depth learning with our online platform, which lets you pause and replay the course as many times as you need, with no time limitations.
Unlimited Exam Attempts Never worry about failing an exam with our unlimited exam re-attempts; pay only once and retake the exam until you pass.
Print Your Certificate Print your certificate instantly after successfully completing the course, or download it as many times as you like for free, making it easy to replace a lost or damaged certificate.
Affordable Save money with our affordable online training courses, which offer Canada's best prices on Substance Abuse in the Workplace training for small teams or large workforces.
Green Initiative Contribute to the Green Initiative by choosing our online course, which reduces your carbon footprint by eliminating the need for books or transportation to a training facility and causing less interruption to daily work and production schedules.

How to Enroll In Substance Abuse in the Workplace Certification in 4 Easy Steps

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Step 3: Assign courses to your employees.
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