USA Drug & Alcohol Awareness in the Workplace — Employee Training
Substance Use Harm Prevention. Reasonable Cause. Compliance.
Corridor’s Drug & Alcohol Awareness Employee training provides an interactive learning environment proven successful with a variety of learning styles, language skills and educational backgrounds. Workplace substance use affects all businesses regardless of size or industry. Our one-hour training course gives workers an understanding of what psychoactive substances are and how they can seriously impact safe work performance. We cover the effects of using alcohol, cannabis, illicit drugs, opioids, new psychoactive drugs and prescription drugs, how to identify signs of dependency and how to avoid enabling. Included in the course are substance abuse training videos to help promote understand and show the course includes real life scenarios and module quizzes to reinforce key concepts. The system records all course activity by supervisors and employees, tracking their learning progress and compliance status. Once the user has passed the ﬁnal exam and submitted their acknowledgment of responsibilities, the course is complete and a personalized training certiﬁcate is generated for record keeping. In this course you will learn about:
Administrators are able to monitor employee progress, track compliance certificates & request users to update or refresh training.
Certificate of Completion
Certificate issued when final exam passed.
Complete Audit Trail
Access to learning history, tracking compliance to a detailed level.
Easy Retraining with Auto Renew
Protects training investment and ensures continued compliance.
Customization of Training
Allows for customization, incorporating existing policies.
Continuously refreshed content including cannabis legalization & random testing information.
Efficient single sign-on with easy to access audit trail.
No IT infrastructure required, pay only for the users you subscribe.
Easy to Use, Simple to Navigate
Self-directed pace for all levels of employees & different learning styles.