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Canabis Awareness for the Workplace

September 27, 2019

For any of our members that would like further information on the recently passed Cannabis legislation, please feel free to take a look at the links below:

 

Cannabis Awareness for the Workplace

Cannabis Awareness for the Workplace delivers a comprehensive overview of cannabis, from basic recognition and terminology to the laws that control cannabis use in Canada. This 19-minute video, featuring Detective John Margetson, examines various aspects of cannabis use, including recognizing a variety of cannabis forms and products; common health effects of cannabis use; a detailed breakdown of provisions contained in Canada’s Cannabis Act; Ontario’s Cannabis Control Act, 2017; the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017; and other cannabis-related laws.

Learn More: https://www.emond.ca/cannabis-awareness-for-the-workplace.html

 

Cannabis Use in the Workplace: A Manager’s Guide to the New Legislation

Cannabis Use in the Workplace: A Manager’s Guide to the New Legislation outlines the challenges of cannabis use and abuse in the working environment. In this 19-minute video, Judy Hermann explains how the new cannabis legislation impacts the workplace, detailing relevant terminology surrounding substance use and abuse, the Ontario Human Rights Code and accommodation policies, managing an employee with substance use or abuse problem, and the managerial rights and responsibilities.

Learn more: https://www.emond.ca/cannabis-use-in-the-workplace.html

 

Conducting Internal Interviews: Dealing with Impaired Employees in the Workplace

Conducting Internal Interviews: Dealing with Impaired Employees in the Workplace equips supervisors and managers with the knowledge and assessment skills to tactfully approach difficult situations regarding employee impairment and misconduct. Featuring Detective Sergeant Stefan Prentice, this 20-minute video examines the importance of strong leadership, and imparts advice pertaining to workplace risks when dealing with employee impairment, avoiding Human Rights Code violations, the internal interview process, and tips for awareness and documentation.
Learn more: https://www.emond.ca/conducting-internal-interviews.html

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