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  1. Now that several states have legalized marijuana, in most places for medical use only, a patchwork of different state laws clash with federal drug laws and raise questions about how to comply with these statutes. One issue concerning employers is how to maintain a drug-free workplace in a state where marijuana is legalized for medical purposes. Review Ohio medical marijuana issues, OSHA drug testing rule changes and provide an overview of the BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program. This is a FREE webinar, but slots are limited so make sure you RSVP!
  2. Now that several states have legalized marijuana, in most places for medical use only, a patchwork of different state laws clash with federal drug laws and raise questions about how to comply with these statutes. One issue concerning employers is how to maintain a drug-free workplace in a state where marijuana is legalized for medical purposes. Some common questions that we will review include: Is the employer required to accommodate an employee’s use, possession, or distribution of medical marijuana? Is an employer prohibited from refusing to hire, discharge or discipline because of that person’s use, possession or distribution of medical marijuana? Can an employer discharge an employee who tests positive? Who Should Attend: Company Executives, Human Resources Personnel, Operations Managers and Safety Supervisors. Price is $60 -
  3. Now that several states have legalized marijuana, in most places for medical use only, a patchwork of different state laws clash with federal drug laws and raise questions about how to comply with these statutes. One issue concerning employers is how to maintain a drug-free workplace in a state where marijuana is legalized for medical purposes. Some common questions that we will review include: Is the employer required to accommodate an employee’s use, possession, or distribution of medical marijuana? Is an employer prohibited from refusing to hire, discharge or discipline because of that person’s use, possession or distribution of medical marijuana? Can an employer discharge an employee who tests positive? Who Should Attend: Company Executives, Human Resources Personnel, Operations Managers and Safety Supervisors. Price is $60 - This meeting will also take place in the following cities & dates: June 28th - Columbus
  4. Now that several states have legalized marijuana, in most places for medical use only, a patchwork of different state laws clash with federal drug laws and raise questions about how to comply with these statutes. One issue concerning employers is how to maintain a drug-free workplace in a state where marijuana is legalized for medical purposes. Some common questions that we will review include: Is the employer required to accommodate an employee’s use, possession, or distribution of medical marijuana? Is an employer prohibited from refusing to hire, discharge or discipline because of that person’s use, possession or distribution of medical marijuana? Can an employer discharge an employee who tests positive? Who Should Attend: Company Executives, Human Resources Personnel, Operations Managers and Safety Supervisors. Price is $60 - This meeting will also take place in the following cities & dates: June 7th - Perrysburg June 28th - Columbus
  5. Now that several states have legalized marijuana, in most places for medical use only, a patchwork of different state laws clash with federal drug laws and raise questions about how to comply with these statutes. One issue concerning employers is how to maintain a drug-free workplace in a state where marijuana is legalized for medical purposes. Some common questions that we will review include: Is the employer required to accommodate an employee’s use, possession, or distribution of medical marijuana? Is an employer prohibited from refusing to hire, discharge or discipline because of that person’s use, possession or distribution of medical marijuana? Can an employer discharge an employee who tests positive? Who Should Attend: Company Executives, Human Resources Personnel, Operations Managers and Safety Supervisors. Price is $60 - This meeting will also take place in the following cities & dates: May 10th - Cincinnati June 7th - Perrysburg June 28th - Columbus