Drug-Free Workplace Training

LCCC at WorkDrug-Free Workplace Training

The Ohio Bureau of Workman's Compensation (BWC) has recognized LCCC, through it's affiliation with the Enterprise Ohio consortium, to conduct employee and supervisor training for those organizations who wish to be considered “Drug Free Workplaces.” These organizations are eligible to receive discounts on their BWC premiums by participating in this program. LCCC also assist organizations understand and develop the requirements of these programs.

Benefits of the Ohio BWC Drug Free Workplace Programs:

  • Get More Productivity
  • Help Reduce Absenteeism
  • Help Reduce Accidents
  • Help Reduce Medical Claims
  • Help Reduce Employee Theft
  • Help Reduce Costs

The following services are available from LCCC:

  • Understand the various “Drug Free Workplace” programs from the Ohio BWC 
  • Become familiar with the testing process and justifications as to what these programs do for an organization
  • Provide Drug Free policy examples to employers
  • Conduct initial employee and supervisor training for new enrollees
  • Conduct follow-up training in subsequent years
  • Provide assistance with locating local testing labs and locating employee assistance resources

For more information about these services, please contact severett@lorainccc.edu.

Contact LCCC@Work

Operating a business has never been more challenging than in today’s competitive environment. Whether you are starting a business or expanding your current operation, LCCC@Work can help you to become more efficient, productive and competitive. Call 440-366-4300 for convenient, affordable, training and support for your business.

 

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