Drug Free Workplace Policy Guide

Drug-Free Workplace Policy Builder Guide Information

Updated 03/2019

How to develop a drug free workplace policy guide as suggested by the U.S. Department Of Labor.

Developing a Policy Statement

The Policy Builder has 13 different sections, each addressing one of the questions listed below.

  1. What is the purpose/goal of your policy?

  2. Who will be covered by your policy?

  3. When will your policy apply?

  4. What behavior will be prohibited?

  5. Will employees be required to notify you of drug-related convictions?

  6. Will your policy include searches?

  7. Will your program include drug testing?

  8. What will the consequences be if your policy is violated?

  9. Will there be Return-to-Work Agreements?

  10. What type of assistance will be available?

  11. How will employee confidentiality be protected?

  12. Who will be responsible for enforcing your policy?

  13. How will your policy be communicated to employees?

For best results, you should build your policy in one session because no information you provide while using the system is saved or stored in any way.

Please note that DOL strongly recommends that you have your policy reviewed by a legal consultant, such as a labor/employment attorney, prior to distribution and implementation.

For more information on developing your a drug free workplace policy guide for your business or organization please click the link below.

Is there someone who can help us set up a Drug Free Workplace?

  • Yes, the National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance offers Florida’s employers assistance in establishing Drug Free Workplaces. For more information please visit their website at www.ndwa.org or www.dfaf.org.

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