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alcohol and drug awareness

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Alcohol & Drug Awareness Training Supervisor (Canada)

This course is for front-line supervisors with responsibility for recognizing safety risks in the workplace and requesting reasonable cause drug and alcohol testing of employees. This 1.5-2 hour course will prepare supervisors to  determine whether reasonable cause exists and what to do when they suspect impairment.

Identifying, assessing, and approaching an employee who may be under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a challenging responsibility for supervisors. Corridor’s Drug & Alcohol Supervisor Training provides clear guidelines and resources to watch for the signs of substance abuse, understand reasonable cause or suspicion, drug and alcohol testing processes and the appropriate actions to take. Corridor training features Barb Butler, Canada’s preeminent alcohol and drug expert, showcasing her comprehensive knowledge base, best practices regarding alcohol and drugs in the workplace, extensive resources, and real workplace situations for supervisors to learn from.

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Topics to Be Covered

  • Module 1:  Introduction
  • Module 2:  Mood Altering Substances and Impacts on the Workplace
  • Module 3:  Key Concepts
  • Module 4:  Responsibilities
  • Module 5:  Alcohol and Drug Testing
  • Module 6:  Performance Management
  • Module 7:  Unfit for Work Investigations
  • Module 8:  Reasonable Cause Testing Procedures
  • Module 9:  Post Incident Testing Procedures, Refusal to Test & Review

Alcohol & Drug Awareness Training Employee (Canada)

This course is for all employees that need to understand safety risks in a workplace with a drug and alcohol policy and that are subject to drug and alcohol testing.

Corridor’s drug and alcohol awareness training for employees focuses on the keys of being “fit for duty”, how drug and alcohol testing is conducted, what happens if the test is positive, return to duty procedures and outlines individual responsibilities for ensuring the health and safety of all staff. The
training also educates employees on the health effects of alcohol use and abuse, illegal drugs, prescription drugs, cannabis — the difference between smoking/inhalation, edibles and the prolonged effect of ingesting cannabis.

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Topics to Be Covered

  • Module 1:  Introduction
  • Module 2:  Mood Altering Substances and Impacts on the Workplace
  • Module 3:  Key Concepts
  • Module 4:  Responsibilities
  • Module 5:  Alcohol and Drug Testing
  • Module 6:  Applying What You’ve Learned

Workplace Violence and Harassment – Essential Training for Supervisors (Canada)

This course is for front-line supervisors with responsibility for recognizing violence and harassment in the workplace.

Commodore Solutions (with Corridor) offers a full suite of training on preventing, preparing, identifying and responding to violence in the workplace. Certain industries, including health care, education, transit, and even government, are more prone to violence than others. Employers also face financial costs for absenteeism, presenteeism, turnover and lower productivity related to the stress and mental health outcomes of harassment at work.

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Topics to Be Covered

  • Module 1:  Introduction – Workplace Violence & Harassment
  • Module 2:  Workplace Violence Prevention Plan
  • Module 3:  Workplace Hazard Assessment
  • Module 4:  Workplace Violence Prevention
  • Module 5:  Reporting Violence & Harassment
  • Module 6:  Emergency Response Planning
  • Module 7:  Victim Support
  • Module 8:  Incident Review
  • Module 9:  Education & Training
  • Module 10:  Program Review

Workplace Violence and Harassment – Essential Training for Employees (Canada)

This course is for all empoyees.

Corridor offers a full suite of training on preventing, preparing, identifying and responding to violence in the workplace. Certain industries, including health care, education, transit, and even government, are more prone to violence than others. Employers also face financial costs for absenteeism, presenteeism, turnover and lower productivity related to the stress and mental health outcomes of harassment at work.

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Topics to Be Covered

  • Module 1:  Introduction – Defining Workplace Violence
  • Module 2:  Impacts of Workplace Violence & Harassment
  • Module 3:  Rights & Responsibilities
  • Module 4:  Occupational Risk Factors
  • Module 5:  Personal Safety Strategies
  • Module 6:  What to Do in Harassment & Bullying Situations
  • Final Exam