drug-free workplace program

(1) Drug-free workplace program The term “drug-free workplace program” means a program that includes— (A) a written policy, including a clear statement of expectations for workplace behavior, prohibitions against reporting to work or working under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol, prohibitions against the use or possession of illegal drugs in the workplace, and the consequences of violating those expectations and prohibitions; (B) drug and alcohol abuse prevention training for a total of not less than 2 hours for each employee, and additional voluntary drug and alcohol abuse prevention training for employees who are parents; (C) employee illegal drug testing, with analysis conducted by a drug testing laboratory certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, or approved by the College of American Pathologists for forensic drug testing, and a review of each positive test result by a medical review officer; (D) employee access to an employee assistance program, including confidential assessment, referral, and short-term problem resolution; and (E) continuing alcohol and drug abuse prevention education.


15 USC § 654(a)(1)

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