Drugs & Alcohol

Any alcohol or drugs policy should be used to ensure problems are dealt with effectively, and consistently and early on in the process. They should protect workers and encourage sufferers to seek help. An education programme for managers is particularly important: it could include details of signs to look for, how to deal with workers who seek help, and where expert advice and help may be obtained.

Reference Material

TUC TUC – Drug Testing in the Workplace  Alcohol & Cancer Factsheet
Alcohol & Diabetes Factsheet  Alcohol & Mental Health Factsheet
Alcohol & Parenting Factsheet  Alcohol & The Brain Factsheet
Alcohol & The Heart Factsheet  Alcohol & The Liver Factsheet
Alcohol in the Workplace Factsheet  Drinking Tips Factsheet
 How Much Should I Be Drinking Factsheet

Tool Documents

RWE RWE – The Problems of Including Drug and Alcohol Testing pdf-icon Helen Vangikar, Toxicology Consultant – Successful D&A Policies
   Alcohol MOT Part 1    Alcohol MOT Part 2
Drug and Alcohol Awareness Toolbox Talk  Alcohol Units

Case Studies/Campaigns

TFL Olivia Carlton – TFL-The Benefits of Including Drug and Alcohol    Dry January Campaign

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