Are You Ready for Cannabis in the Workplace?
Educate employees and get training on how to create workplace cannabis safety policiesBE CANNABIS READY WITH SAFETY TRAINING
What are the risks of legal cannabis in the workplace?
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The employer Cannabis in the Workplace module will help HR departments and management:
- Avoid confusion understanding cannabis legislation
- Save time developing new cannabis policies and employee education
- Effectively communicate and manage workplace policies around cannabis use
- Mitigate safety and legal risks of cannabis use by employees
The employee Cannabis in the Workplace module will help staff:
- Make safer choices around cannabis consumption
- Apply cannabis safety guidelines to their role at work
- Understand differences in medical and recreational marijuana use policies
- Get clarity on their rights and responsibilities
2/3 of Canadian Employers don't feel ready for Legal Cannabis
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Reduce the Risks of Cannabis at Work
With Bill C-46, The Cannabis Act, all Canadian employees will be legally able to consume cannabis. This change raises new safety issues not coveredby most employer drug and alcohol policies.
Are your policies updated and adequate? Are your employees aware of what legalized cannabis means for them at work?
Get expert guidance on keeping your organization safe withcannabis e-learning designed for employees and employers.
How will you handle employee questions and concerns about the new cannabis laws?
Now It’s Easier to Be Cannabis Safe at Work
Workplace health and safety is complex enough without regulatory change. But coping with the legalization of cannabis in Canada doesn’t have to be a burden.
This online Cannabis in the Workplace training makes it simpler for employers and employees to understand safe recreational and medical use of marijuana.CUT THROUGH THE CANNABIS COMPLEXITY
After completing the Employer training, the learner will be able to:
- Distinguish between risk management and impairment management
- Explain why the language of impairment is ineffective in safely adapting to the legalization of cannabis
- Differentiate between effective and ineffective approaches to employees’ consumption of cannabis
- Recognize that differences exist among federal, provincial, and local legislation/regulation regarding cannabis consumption
- Recognize the most common deficits in safety programs regarding cannabis
- Assess employers’ safety programs regarding cannabis against best practices
- Access resources to address gaps in employers’ safety programs
- Identify the most effective choice in a given scenario about employees’ cannabis use
After completing the Employeetraining, the learner will be able to:
- Describe cannabis and its effects
- Describe short, medium, and long-term impairment
- Explain the difference between impairment and intoxication
- Describe the difference between risk management and impairment management
- Recognize employers’ duty to accommodate