Drug Abuse from a Policy Maker Strategic Management Background
Strategic Management regarding drug abuse must be thought out with a strong emphasis on psychology and commitment to be a helping hand to workers that make those kind of mistakes. Landlords and property owners who are responsible for collecting rent also should make this a priority with their tenants and purchasers of real estate listings.
Because drug abuse is a growing problem in society it should be many public and private enterprises responsibility to investigate the causes and repair this kind of problem in a way that all employee think that the work place is not insensitive from an environment point of view. Policies along with technology from a hr and work perspective should be formulated with the input of all employees such as the following:
It is the policy of this Company to provide a workplace free of unauthorized alcohol, illegal drugs and controlled substance abuse, and to reasonable measures to insure that employee alcohol or drug use does not jeopardize the success of its operations, nor otherwise adversely affect, its employees
1. The term illegal drugs or drug abuse means drugs and controlled substances, the possession or use of which is unlawful, pursuant to Federal, State, or local laws or regulations. Drugs and controlled substances that are not legally obtainable, or that are legally obtainable but have not been legally obtained, are considered to be illegal drugs. Examples of illegal drugs are street drugs, such as cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and phencyclidine and controlled substances, such as amphetamines, methamphetamine, and barbiturates.
2. The term controlled substance abuse includes prescribed drugs which are not being used for prescribed purposes or in a prescribed manner.
3. The term alcohol refers to a colorless, volatile, and flammable liquid that is the intoxicating agent in fermented and distilled liquors. It includes, but is not limited to beer, wine and liquor. It does not include alcohol used in the processing, cleaning or testing of materials used in the ordinary course of business.
4. The premises includes, but is not limited to, all land, property and buildings owned or leased by
5. Includes but not limited to automobiles, trucks, or vans owned or leased by.
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