Download the PA Stop Workplace Toolkit

Westmoreland’s Recovery Friendly Workplace program will empower employers to attract and retain the best workers, some of whom happen to be in recovery.

 

Businesses who earn Recovery Friendly Workplace status demonstrate commitment to reducing stigma around the disease of addiction by putting in place commonsense drug-free workplace policy, training for supervisors and employees, and  resources for employees seeking treatment or recovery support. 

Tools for Business and Industry

 

NEW: Massachusets Health Policy Forum and  Boston Medical Center:  "Opioids in the Workplace"  Comprehensive report on statistics,  innovative interventions, the cost to employers, etc.

 

DrugFree Workplace PA's--

     "How to Craft a Drug-free Workplace"  

     Do-it-yourself Policy Builder 

     NEW: Online training for supervisors and employees (Free)

Funeral directors and morticians are faced with issues unique to their field. Get information here.

Download the PA Funeral Directors Association tip sheets for families and funeral directors on preventing drug diversion.

The National Safety Council offers the downloadable The Proactive Role Employers Can Take: Opioids in the Workplace"and national nonprofit Shatterproof have collaborated with the University of Chicago to design "The Real Cost of Substance Use to Employers" tool

PAStop.org:

     Downloadable Workplace Toolkit   includes materials on  Employee Assistance Programs, drug testing, and special advice for small businesses. Brochures, break room posters, pay stub inserts, and other resources to reach your employees are also free to download

     Five Proactive Steps Employers Can Take: Opioids in the Workplace here.

See the current listing of Treatment options for Westmoreland County residents.

View this 5 minute overview of the impact of opioids on the US workforce from Bloomberg. Video

 

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