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September 2021 Newsletter: Be a True Craftsman of the Safety Trade

Road to Recovery During National Recovery Month in September, start with these three ways to address substance use in your workplace: Provide education on opioids (including painkillers such as Vicodin and Percocet) Expand drug panel testing to include the detection of opioids Review your benefits package and explain mental health services and substance use treatment …

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July 2020 Newsletter: Unsettled Times Call for Extraordinary Actions

Stress Solutions During the COVID-19 pandemic, distracted driving and impaired driving incidents have been reported across the nation despite the fact fewer vehicles are on the roadways. Concerns about mental illness and substance use disorders have surfaced, and many of these issues can be linked directly to stress. Your employees are worried about safety, job …

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Lights, Camera, Action

Recently, I worked with colleagues at the National Safety Council to film a series of new “Live with Lisa” traffic safety messages. Today, I am happy to say the first one is ready for you to share during your next safety meeting, and on your workplace video monitors and social channels: Stick with Your To-Do List. …

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