What makes a good alcohol and drug policy?
A robust Alcohol and Drug policy is the foundation of an effective workplace testing programme and crucial to helping you reduce the risks of substance misuse within your organisation.
But what makes a good Alcohol and Drug policy?
This time, Hampton Knight’s Client Services Director Michael Wakeham gives us the lowdown on the key things to consider when developing your policy and why having a clear communication and training strategy to support its launch is key to ensuring its successful implementation.
To learn more about Alcohol Awareness Week, visit the Alcohol Change website where you can also find lots of interactive tools, alcohol-related reports, articles, resources and personal stories, along with information about all the important work the charity does.
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