Addictions - Workplace

Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors and Employees

Subject: 
Workplace substance abuse
Minutes Long: 
30 min.

No company is immune to the issues caused by employees with drug or alcohol problems; and everyone involved in running a company will be affected, to some extent, when there is substance abuse in the workplace. Some of the consequences are obvious, such as increased absences, errors, near-miss incidents, or accidents. Others, such as low morale or high illness rates, are harder to ascribe but no less insidious and costly. There are two DVD's, one for supervisors and one for employees.

Produced By: 
J. J. Keller and Associates, Inc.

E.A.P. A Benefit For Life

Subject: 
Employers Assistance Program
Minutes Long: 
5

Your Employee and Family Assistance program encourages anyone concerned about a personal or family issue to get professional advice at the earliest opportunity.  By being proactive, the more serious consequences that can affect home and work life, safety and health can be avoided.

Produced By: 
MacMillan Blodel Ltd.

Drugs at Work

Subject: 
Alcohol-drugs in workplace
Minutes Long: 
23

Real life experiences of employees from medicine, government, corporate, secretarial, and industry share part of their problems of drinking and using drugs at work.  The video illustrates the pervasive, costly and deadly accidents that can happen.  Shows how an effective Employees Assistance and Intervention Program are vital, both to the employee and to the employer.

Produced By: 
FMS Productions

Disease Of Alcoholism : EAP

Subject: 
Alcoholism
Minutes Long: 
21

Dr. David Ohlms explains -- It is vital that leaders in business and industry understand the disease of alcoholism, its insidious progression, denial, deception, uncontrollable compulsion, deterioration of skills and incredible loss to any company.  However, of all the major killers, addiction disease is by far the most cost-effective to treat.  Addiction treatment professionals have long known that success rates are highest among employed adults whose families, employers and other social support systems are still intact at the time of treatment.  Dr.

Produced By: 
Gary Whiteaker Corporation

Disease OF Alcoholism

Subject: 
Alcoholism
Minutes Long: 
28

Dr. David Ohlms clearly and cogently explains why medicine considers alcoholism a disease.  Contains startling and convincing information on the genetic and physiological aspects of alcohol addiction.  A classical educational video seen by thousands every day. Content has been completely updated with cutting-edge information on the neurochemical--genetic aspects of the disease, along with signs and symptoms.  This is the key to removing the stigma from addiction and overcoming denial. 

Produced By: 
Gary Whiteaker Corporation

Deadly Silence, A

Subject: 
Substance abuse in the workplace
Minutes Long: 
20

There is a deadly silence in the workplace today; no one wants to talk about substance abuse and accidents.  Historically, substance abuse in the workplace is not something employers or unions have had the will to deal with straight-on.  It is encouraging to finally have management and union tackle the problem together in a committed and comprehensive way. Looking out for each other does not mean keeping quiet.

Produced By: 
Worksafe

Alcoholism in Industry

Subject: 
Alcoholism in the work force
Minutes Long: 
17

Father Martin presents and underlines the worth and the value of an alcohol and drug component in their employee assistance program. This will aid the professional to convince employers, that employee assistance programs make good sense.

Produced By: 
FMS Productions

Workplace Co-dependency

Subject: 
Alcohol and Drugs/Workplace
Minutes Long: 
20

Demonstrates how co-workers routinely enable each other to continue non-productive behaviours associated with alcohol/drug use and addiction.  Explains how this enabling behaviour can be detected.

Produced By: 
GWC Inc.
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