The topic of marijuana access and its use is sensitive, complex and highly polarized with issues and implications for health and safety. With the projected legalization of recreational marijuana less than six months away, employers have questions about how to respond to this new landscape.
Policy is the foundation of a drug-safe workplace. Policy missteps are unfortunately easy to make and often costly. This workshop will cover the essential components of a legally sound policy, the key organizational questions that need to be answered in this space, when to update your policy and when to replace it, as well as peer to peer dialogue focused on change management in your business. Policy is not just about paper; it’s about people and changing views and workplace culture.
This comprehensive workshop will help employers understand the coming change and its implication. How can the differences between marijuana and alcohol be accounted for in policy, practice and culture? The interactive content will help fast track your organization through this otherwise painful process and will leave you feeling clear, confident and ready for change. Participants who complete the policy development questionnaire during the seminar will receive a tailored policy draft for their path forward.
Dan Demers, Senior Manager
Strategic Business Development, CannAmm
Dan Demers' commitment to lifelong learning is rooted in science and supplemented through executive education. Dan's international presence and commitment to best practices is accomplished by serving on the SAPAA International Committee and IFDAT Legal Committee. By providing trustworthy information, tools, and best practices for occupational testing, Dan seeks to achieve his mission of effectively and sustainably increasing safety for the benefit of employers, workers and their families.
This course is only delivered in a public classroom.
Schedule of Events
- Breakfast & Registration 8:30 am
- Session Start Time 9:00 am
- Session End Time 12:30 pm