This book provides professionals with the confidence and know-how to build a complete substance misuse management programme and deliver it within their respective workplace, regardless of sector or discipline. Organizations are frequently in the dark about their rights and obligations where substance misuse takes place in their workplace, affects performance or employee wellbeing, or in extreme cases has a devastating impact on both the company and its employees.
There is no formal training for HR, Occupational Health or Health and Safety professionals, solicitors, union representatives and many more situations. This book is written in such a way that as to help those professions, as well as individuals, understand the step-by-step process for building a complete workplace substance and alcohol misuse programme.
Managing Workplace Substance Misuse is written by the UK's only registered expert witness for substance misuse policy writing, implementation and mediation. With decades of expertise and first-hand experience of implementing effective policies in some of the UK and world's biggest organizations, Trevor Hall helps all organizations navigate this complex problem, offering consultancy advice and a roadmap to policy development and its implementation, providing you with a comprehensive consultancy in one volume.
He explains, too, the central role industry and commerce plays in the identification of substance misuse and the rehabilitation of staff, as well as what organizations can do to protect themselves from the culpability of getting things wrong in a litigious society.
|8 Oct 2019
Managing Workplace Substance Misuse : A Guide for Professionals
This book provides professionals with the confidence and know-how to build a complete substance misuse management programme and deliver it within their respective workplace, regardless of sector or discipline.
Business strategy, Personnel & human resources management, Addiction & therapy