DAYTON, OHIO, June 1, 2012 - Your Better Business Bureau and Sheakley Health and Safety Services are hosting three Ohio BWC Drug-Free Safety Programs (DFSP) on June 19. You can attend one or all three DFSPs. Each will be held in the Kuhns Building, fourth floor conference room, located at 15 W. Fourth St., Dayton
The first session will be Employee Education from 8 – 9 a.m. The program covers substance abuse, misuse and the consequences for violating company policies. Also, what are the signs of symptoms of substance abuse. This session will deal with what are the most commonly used drugs in the workplace and what assistance employees can receive if they have a problem. Cost is $10 for BBB Accredited Businesses & NARI members and $15 for others.
The next session will be Supervisor Training from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. Come learn how to initiate reasonable suspicion, post-accident and other types of testing. There will be general information on how to apply, implement and carry out a DFSP and how to recognize possible alcohol and drug impairment. Also, you’ll learn how to document behaviors that demonstrate alcohol and drug use. Cost is $20 for BBB Accredited Businesses & NARI members and $25 for others.
The third and last session is the Supervisor Accident Analysis Training from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. It covers basic information and tools for establishing and improving accident analysis programs and elements of an effective written accident analysis program. Come and find out what the primary factors of accidents are and the steps in analyzing accidents. We will look at using comprehensive accident analysis to prevent and or minimize the occurrence of future occupational accidents, injuries and illnesses. Cost is $10 for BBB Accredited Businesses & NARI members and $15 for others.
Reserve your seat by calling (937) 222-1534, ext. 2270 or visiting www.bbb.org/dayton/events/.
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