With the legalization of cannabis drug testing practices and procedures are being scrutinized more, especially reasonable suspicion testing. With these changes and increased scrutiny, it is vitally important for businesses to understand how the current and new laws impact drug testing, areas being scrutinized, as well as training for those involved in the drug testing process and reasonable suspicion identification. Attorneys from Amundsen Davis LLC, will explain the current state and federal laws and legal issues impacting drug and alcohol policies, testing and enforcement, including what reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing entails, what training you and your managers should have to avoid potential risks, and providing reasonable suspicion training to attendees. Participants will learn how to identify weaknesses in their own drug testing policy and training, how to work to strengthen drug testing programs, training to create safer workplaces and the reasonable suspicion identification of drug and/or alcohol use.
Continuing Education Offered:1.50 HRCI, 1.50 SHRM, 1.50 CLE per attendee request prior to event, and 1.50 HR & Management/Supervision Compliance Certificate Credits.HR Certification Institute’s® (www.HRCI.org) official seal confirms that the Illinois Chamber meets the criteria for pre-approved recertification credit(s) for any of HRCI’s eight credentials, including SPHR® and PHR®.