A Guide to Alcohol and Drugs Influence at Workplace

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In recent years, there are increasing numbers of people who turn up work under the influence of alcohol and drugs. According to a survey conducted by the Health and Safety Executive in 1994, 90% of personnel directors from top UK organisations stated that alcohol consumption was a problem for their organisation. 18% of large company directors reported illegal drug use by their employees in 2004, a survey through the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development and the Reward Group 2004.

The impact of an employee under the influence of alcohol or drugs in the work place could be:

?Poor discipline and violent behaviour
?Safety endangered for everyone at the workplace
?Effect on employee relations and team morale
?Poor performance and loss of efficiency
?Lateness and absenteeism
?Unpleasant effects on company image and customer relations.

Under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, its the responsibilty of company directors to take into account, as far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of its employees. A director could be prosecuted if he deliberately allowed an employee under the influence of...

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