Be ready for changes coming in 2018 related to the legalization of cannabis and find out how it may impact your workplace with up-to-date, relevant, and actionable training that ensure your company and your employees, are protected. In conjunction with Hines Health Services, we are running a training session in our Fort McMurray Learning Centre on September 20 and our Sherwood Park Learning Centre on October 9. Hines Health Services are an authority on the legalization of cannabis and how it will impact the work place. Kristi Hines has presented for the Chamber of Commerce, RCMP and Occupational Health Professionals across the province. This is an excellent opportunity to understand the impacts for your organization. Outline: This 3-hour training program takes an in-depth look at what the legislation changes mean for you and your company, how you can prepare for it, and the steps you need to take in order to recognize and manage reasonable suspicion in the workplace. Training is 3 hours in length includes: Facts about recreational/medicinal cannabis use in Canada today Facts about Canada’s current workforce and what that looks like for your company What you need to know about Bill C-45 and the changes being made Employer responsibilities related to these changes and how you can prepare for them Impairment indicators and how to prepare your employees for recognizing impairment Fit for Duty update protocols and what to include in your Fit for Duty policy related to the legalization of cannabis in Canada Communicating changes and updates throughout your organization Reasonable Suspicion Protocols and how to conduct thorough investigation and documentation of possible impairments in your workplace What to do if an accident or injury occurs in your workplace Support, treatment, accommodation, and termination rules for impairment in the workplace Tips for reducing risk of impairment in the workplace Plus, group activities that leave you feeling prepared to take on the responsibility of updating your Fit for Duty policy and initiation reasonable suspicion protocols should the need arise Plus, all training includes: Professional, in-person access to a trained Occupational Health Nurse and professional trainer A chance to ask questions and have your concerns address about cannabis in the workplace Takeaway checklists to help you get started in making changes and managing impairment in the workplace and more!