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Marijuana: Still Dangerous; Still Illegal In the Workplace

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This webinar occured on:  April 9, 2014

No matter how many states legalize marijuana it will not change the fact that marijuana users, just like those who misuse alcohol, are still more likely to be involved in a workplace accident, file a workers' compensation claim, and utilize their health care benefits. Employees under the influence of marijuana are still dangerous and marijuana is still illegal... according to federal law. Employers still have the right to test for marijuana and hold employees accountable when they test positive. But so much depends on how a company conducts drug testing and what its drug testing policy says. Join well-known drug testing expert Bill Current as he explains how to ensure your workplace is not just drug-free, but marijuana free also. This timely presentation will bring you up to date on the various state marijuana laws and discuss how lab-based oral fluid testing may be the most effective way to test for marijuana in a state that has legalized the drug.

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This webinar occured on:  April 9, 2014

About the Speaker:

Bill Current is the president of WFC & Associates, LLC, a national consulting firm that specializes in drug testing policy development and providing accurate and up-to-date state drug testing law information. He is the editor of The On-Line Ultimate Guide to State Drug Testing Laws at StateDrugTestingLaws.com. He also publishes the e-newsletter State Drug Testing Laws Monthly. Mr. Current is the former Executive Director of the American Council for Drug Education and served as Vice President of Consulting for a national third-party administrator of drug testing and background screening services. He founded WFC & Associates in 1998. He is the author or co-author of 10 books on substance abuse issues, including Why Drug Testing? He also administers the Annual Drug Testing Industry Survey now in its 15th year.

Duration: 1 Hour