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Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse… for Employees – M052E

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1
The "residual effect" of a substance that an employee abuses can last hours or even days after they used it.
2
The term "substance abuse" should be applied only to the use of drugs that are illegal.
3
Nearly half of all workplace accidents are caused by workers who are drinking on the job.
4
Alcohol impairment starts with the first drink.
5
Prescription drugs are never as physically addictive as illegal drugs.
6
Heroin users often experience persistent drowsiness and "fuzzy" thinking, which can expose them and their coworkers to the risk of accidents and injuries.
7
Many people find that using drugs or alcohol helps them to solve their problems.
8
People who become addicted to medications may consider themselves to be "teetotalers" because they don't use alcohol or illegal drugs.
9
What a substance abuser does under the influence of drugs or alcohol can endanger them, their coworkers and anyone else they come into contact with.
10
People are more likely to develop a psychological drug dependence when they abuse "hard" drugs like cocaine or heroin rather than alcohol or prescription drugs.