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Mental Health Resources

The following mental health resources were developed to assist industry, employers and workers.

Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace

These tools have been developed to help employers in the forest industry create and implement effective policies and programs to deal with alcohol and drug impairment in their workplace.

The Cann Amm Policy Template: Fitness for Duty Program template (downloadable below) has been provided by CannAmm Occupational Testing Services (www.cannamm.com).  CannAmm provides occupational testing services and consulting services regarding fit for duty best practices.

Please note, although this template has been extensively reviewed by multiple legal firms spanning all Canadian jurisdiction, this template is to serve as a starting point, and CannAmm always recommends legal review before finalizing a policy as the legal landscape frequently shifts. Fitness For Duty Program Template-Initiative was led by the LTTAC and reviewed and supported by the TAG.

The Workplace Alcohol and Drug Resources attached provides the background information and planning tools needed in developing a successful program.

Video: How to Implement a Workplace Alcohol and Drug Program

Stress Resources

 

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  • Workplace Alcohol and Drug Resource Package

    Practical Advice and Tools for Dealing with Alcohol, Drugs and Other Causes of Poor Worker Performance.

  • Alcohol and Drugs: Canadian Policy Development

    Backgrounder on Canadian workplace alcohol and drug policy development.

  • Cann Amm Policy Template: Fitness for Duty Program

    Template to assist companies in developing a Fit for Duty Program.
    Please note, although this template has been extensively reviewed by multiple legal firms spanning all Canadian jurisdiction, this template is to serve as a starting point, and CannAmm always recommends legal review before finalizing a policy as the legal landscape frequently shifts.