Supervisors play a critical role in implementing a successful drug-free workplace program. 20.8 million people in the U.S. or 1 in 13 individuals are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. Thus, the likelihood of encountering drug and/or alcohol-related issues in the workplace is high and supervisors must be equipped with the knowledge and resources to intervene promptly and effectively. The presentation will emphasize:
- Information on drugs and alcohol
- Signs and symptoms of possible abuse and addiction
- The impact on the workplace
- The role and responsibilities of the supervisor
- Documentation and resources
About our Speakers
Naomi Sutton is currently the Director of WorkLife Hawaii, the oldest employee assistance program (EAP) in the state of Hawaii. WorkLife Hawaii is a division of Child and Family Service, one of the most comprehensive private, nonprofit human service organizations serving Hawaii since 1899. WorkLife Hawaii currently serves 84 public and private sector employers, covering 1 in 7 employees in Hawaii.
Naomi is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW), Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), and Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). She has provided substance abuse assessments and services to employees, management consultations to supervisors and managers regarding substance-related issues, and training for employees and managers on maintaining a substance-free workplace and conducting reasonable suspicion testing for the past 23 years.
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Neighbor Island Member: $45
2682 Waiwai Loop
Honolulu, HI 96819