The future of cannabis in the workplace
|The future of cannabis in the workplace||Darrell Miller||02/09/18|
February 09, 2018 03:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: The future of cannabis in the workplace
Cannabis, though being legalized in many locales, still isn't quite legalized to be imbibed or smoked in the workplace. Unlike other prescription drugs, like say pain killers or antibiotics, you are not free to use these in the same way at the workplace as you would at home. Due to their schedule 1 designation by the DEA, they are still illegal and a company can be held liable if found with amounts in their confines. This may be changing over time, but for the time being, do not expect relaxed regulation at work for your legally prescribed drugs.
- Once cannabis is legalized, it will be treated as alcohol is in the workplace.
- There are typically two types of strains and effects cannabis, sativa and indica.
- Urinalysis is the most common way to test whether someone is impaired with cannabis.
"Cannabis isn't a new substance, but now that it's allowed to be consumed, it's a different awareness."
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