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close this bookManagement of Alcohol- and Drug-Related Issues in the Workplace (ILO; 1996; 80 pages)
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View the documentPreface
Open this folder and view contents1. General provisions
Open this folder and view contents2. General duties, rights and responsibilities
Open this folder and view contents3. Development of an alcohol and drug policy for the workplace
Open this folder and view contents4. Measures to reduce alcohol- and drug-related problems through good employment practices
Open this folder and view contents5. Restrictions on alcohol, legal and illegal drugs in the workplace
Open this folder and view contents6. Prevention through information, education and training programmes
Open this folder and view contents7. Identification
Open this folder and view contents8. Assistance, treatment and rehabilitation programmes
Open this folder and view contents9. Intervention and disciplinary procedures
Open this folder and view contents10. Employment discrimination
Open this folder and view contentsAppendices
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Management of Alcohol- and Drug-Related Issues in the Workplace

An ILO code of practice


International Labour Office
Geneva

Copyright © International Labour Organization 1996
First published 1996

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Management of alcohol- and drug-related issues in the workplace. An ILO code of practice Geneva, International Labour Office, 1996

/Code of practice/, /Drug abuse/, /Alcoholism/, /Occupational health/, /Personnel management/. 13.04.7 ISBN 92-2-109455-3

Also published in French: Prise en charge des questions d'alcoolisme et de toxicomanie sur le lieu de travail. Recueil de directives pratiques (ISBN 92-2-209455-7), Geneva, 1996

In Spanish: Tratamiento de cuestiones relacionadas con el alcohol y las drogas en el lugar de trabajo. Repertorio de recomendaciones prácticas de la OIT (ISBN 92-2-309455-0), Geneva, 1996

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