Are Your Workers Flying High?
Protecting Workers and Companies from Impairment Due to Cannabis and Other Causes.
With the legalization of medicinal or recreational cannabis, now in 38 states and counting, the fitness for duty of workers on the job is in serious question. This has precipitated a need to review shortcomings in traditional drug and alcohol testing and it has brought a reconsideration of fitness for duty in general, apart from drug use. What’s now needed is a holistic approach to detecting any kind of impairment, regardless of cause.
This webinar examines what impairment detection technology is and how it can increase safety, reduce injuries and accidents, reduce associate costs (which can, of course, be catastrophic), and increase worker wellness and productivity. In particular, the webinar focuses on the neuroscience utilized in the impairment detection technology of one such test, the Druid Fitness-for-Duty app.
Key Topics include:
- The failure of cannabis drug tests to detect impairment from cannabis
- The enormity of the problem of impairment in the workplace
- How impairment detection technology expands the range of protection for workers and companies from harm
Register for this free webinar!
DATE: January 10, 2024
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
James Wesdock, MD, MPH
An occupational health physician, Dr. Wesdock is the retired Global Health Director for Alcoa Corporation and also serves as Associate Clinical Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. Impairment in the workplace, as a core element of Health & Safety management, has been one of Dr. Wesdock’s long-standing areas of interest.
Robert Schiller, Esq.
Rob is the CEO of Impairment Science, Inc., the developer of the Druid Fitness-for-Duty app. A graduate of Columbia University and Boston College Law School, Rob has worked in private legal practice, as in-house corporate counsel for emerging companies, and for the last 30 years in senior leadership positions in technology startup companies, bringing two of them to IPO.