If yours is like most trucking companies in Canada, you really don't know what to expect with the recent legalization of marijuana and how it might affect your business.
What steps should you take in protecting your company while staying onside of human rights? Here are few things to consider:
- Do you have adequate documentation in place, like a well-crafted Company Policy?
- If you have one, does your Substance Abuse Policy meet legal requirements? If you don't have one, the legalization of marijuana might be the catalyst to get one.
- Do your policies specifically identify "safety-sensitive" positions?
- Are you aware of when you can and cannot test an employee for drug or alcohol abuse?
Get answers to these questions and more by attending an upcoming informational session with the new President and CEO of the British Columbia Trucking Association in Kamloops on April 25, 2018. For more information and to register, click here: https://bctrucking.com/events/lunch-learn-kamloops .
Legalization of marijuana - a game-changer for the trucking industry?
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