How To Avoid Drug Abuse At Workplace

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Executive Summary

A large number of drug addicts are employed today and they are more vulnerable to accidents at workplace. According to Texas Business Today (2006), nearly 64% of all accidents were directly or indirectly related to drug abuse at workplace. Drug abuse at workplace is a serious issue. It impairs an employee's judgment and coordination, which leads to increased risk of accidents, and reduced productivity. Awareness programs and drug testing help in avoiding drug abuse at workplace. Increased awareness is key to drug free environment, which makes employees understand the magnitude of destruction caused due to drug abuse at workplace. Periodic drug abuse testing increases awareness levels.

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