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Missouri Chamber Auditing Your Drug-Free Workplace Policy and Program Seminar
September 1 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
We are pleased to announce our sponsorship of the upcoming virtual Missouri Chamber Auditing Your Drug-Free Workplace Policy and Program Seminar. Visit the Missouri Chamber website listed below for registration and more details.
Never before have employers been forced to deal with the magnitude of issues impacting their ability to operate drug-free – the opioid epidemic, increasing positive drug test rates and the legalization of marijuana as medicine. Identifying what needs to be done can be difficult, and making sure your policy and program is current can be equally challenging, particularly concerning workforce readiness and operational issues. Businesses need to be informed on these issues to make wise decisions that impact their drug-free workplace programs and bottom lines.
At this session, Working Partners® will explore these new trends and best practices to help assess your current drug-free workplace program and identify areas for potential improvement. This program has been pre-approved 3 PDC credits. This program is approved for 3.6 Missouri CLE credits.
Allison Sharer has been a trainer with Working Partners® since 2000. She is Ohio Certified Prevention Consultant who has worked in the field of alcohol and other drug abuse prevention for over 35 years. She has developed and presented workshops, training and other education opportunities for a wide variety of audiences including parents, college students, community groups and human service providers.
She has been a dedicated advocate for alcohol and other drug abuse prevention and has held leadership positions at the international, state and local levels. She was past-chair of the Prevention Committee of the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium, on a state level served as trustee of the Ohio Credentialing Board for Chemical Dependency Professionals.
Allison has also served in leadership positions with the Ohio Alcohol and Drug Prevention Workforce Development Taskforce and the Ohio Teen Institute. Her involvement with these organizations has helped shape policies that affect our systems of care and the communities in which prevention practitioners serve. Allison is the past president of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Association of Ohio (ADAPAO) and was selected as the recipient of the Association’s annual award for excellence in training. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication.