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Identifying & Responding to Workplace Impairment
Speaker: Ryan West
Registration Fee: $25
Deadline: February 28, 2024
Refunds: Cancellations must be made by February 28, 2024 in order to be fully refunded.
This training teaches supervisors and managers how to appropriately identify and effectively respond to suspected employee impairment. Knowledge checks are peppered throughout to increase content retention and a case vignette concludes this training to increase supervisor comfort and confidence applying what they have learned.
Learning Objectives:1) Reiterate the four rules for responding to suspected employee impairment.
2) Identify signs of impairment for on-site and remote employees.
Describe (and demonstrate) an effective, non-confrontational conversation with an employee suspected of impairment.
Ryan West began working in the chemical addictions field in 2007 as a clinical evaluator, counselor, and workplace consultant for a regional drug and alcohol treatment provider in Pennsylvania. Over the past nine years, Ryan has helped hundreds of organizations, from international to local, modernize their drug and alcohol policies and procedures, drug panels, and drug training and awareness programs. He also frequently speaks at regional and state conferences as an authority on chemical addictions and co-occurring disorders - how they develop, how they are treated, and how they impact the individual, the family unit, and the workplace.
Ryan proudly serves as the Director of Corporate Training and Business Development for ARCpoint Labs - a full-service national third-party provider/administrator of accurate, reliable, and confidential diagnostic testing and wellness solutions for individuals, companies, and legal and healthcare professionals. He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminology and a master’s degree in psychology with an industrial-organizational concentration. Ryan is also a Certified Employee Assistance Professional, President-Elect for the Employee Assistance Professional’s Association - Indiana Chapter, a DOT Qualified Substance Abuse Professional, and a published author on the subject of workplace substance use and impairment.
HR Certification Credit: GSHRM is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities. This program is pending for 1 hour of SHRM re-certification credit and 1 hour of HRCI General re-certification credit. Certificates will be emailed to those in attendance after the meeting along with a Feedback Survey.
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