Employees Asked to Review Drug-Free Workplace Policies

Employees Asked to Review Drug-Free Workplace Policies

By University Communications
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President Robert N. Shelton asks that all employees review the University's policies regarding the use of illicit drugs and abuse of alcohol and renew their commitment to promoting and maintaining a drug-free campus.

Under the federal Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988 and the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989, higher education institutions must share this information with their employees and students – and implement prevention programs – in order to be eligible for financial assistance under any federal program.

Employees are urged to visit The University of Arizona Statement on Drug Free Schools and Campuses to learn about the UA's policy, sanctions, health risks, and resources, including services the UA offers to those experiencing problems with chemical dependency.

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