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NASA plan for a drug-free workplace.

NASA plan for a drug-free workplace.

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration -- Officials and employees. -- Drug testing.,
  • Drug abuse -- United States -- Prevention.,
  • Drugs and employment -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNASA plan for a drug free workplace
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17096946M

    Drug-Free Workplace Program This packet provides information to help you establish a drug-free program within your organization Developing a proactive safety and health program that includes a drug-free workplace program, is one of the best ways to help control costs associated with workplace injuries and property damage. Section A: Considering. A. Have a workplace free from illegal drug use. B. Implement a Drug-Free Workplace Plan that ensures integrity in the accomplishment of the mission. C. Incorporate a drug testing program which includes random testing and other appropriate types of testing as necessary to .

    Guide to a Drug-Free Safety Program BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) offers employers a holistic approach to workplace safety. The DFSP is an innovative program that integrates a drug-free element and is designed to help employers establish safer and more cost-effective workplaces. The DFSP begins by focusing on safety processes. The Tennessee Drug Free Workplace Program is designed to increase productivity for Tennessee employers and promote safe worksites for employees by promoting drug- and alcohol-free workplaces. Worksites where workers are not impaired by drugs and alcohol are safer worksites and can operate in an enhanced competitive position that is free from.

    Drug-Free Workplace Program Purpose [COMPANY] strives to ensure a workplace that is free of illegal drugs and to eliminate illegal drug use by all employees in the [COMPANY] workplace. This document establishes the responsibilities, procedures, and guidelines for a comprehensive company wide Drug-Free Workplace Program. Creating a Drug Free Workplace. Article by: Kathleen Smith, PhD, LPC; Once you’ve completed an evaluation of the current risks and areas for growth, you should develop a specific plan for reducing the risks of drugs and alcohol in the workplace. The United States Department of Health and Human Services recommends the following steps.


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NASA plan for a drug-free workplace Download PDF EPUB FB2

May 14,  · NASA Procedural Requirements: NPR D Effective Date: May 14, (NASA Only) Subject: NASA’s Plan for a Drug Free Workplace (Updated w/Change 1) Responsible Office: Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer View all pages in PDF Table of Contents Change History Preface.

P.1 Purpose P.2 Applicability P.3 Authority P.4 Applicable. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

NEW – The NSSC Drug Testing team is excited to announce the publication of our new Drug Free Workplace Program Employee & Supervisor Guide – October This new guide consolidates several of our previous publications into a single booklet for both supervisors and employees, and is.

Dec 18,  · The National Aeronautics Space Administration is one of the Federal agencies in the country that implements a drug-free workplace program.

It is a drug testing program to make sure that all employees are healthy to help achieve a safe and productive autohelp.club: Alfredo Liwanag.

This document contains a table of disciplinary offenses and penalties, as well as references to NASA Procedural Requirements (NPR) B, NASA Plan for a Drug-Free Workplace.

Page 5 of RELEASED - Printed documents may be obsolete; validate prior to use. NASA Table of Disciplinary Offenses and Penalties. and Defense and new legislation, the Drug-Free Workplace Act ofall of which require or hold out incentives for implementation of drug-free workplace provisions.

To employers stimulated to act on their own or to those acting in response to a Federal requirement or incentive, this publication offers a model drug-free workplace plan to use as. Comment: The respondent recommended referencing Appendix C, in addition to Appendices A and B of NASA Procedural Requirements (NPR)NASA's Plan for a Drug Free Workplace, for use as a guide for contractors to use when determining if an employee is in a sensitive position and subject to drug and alcohol testing.

Appendix C of the. NASA conducts: Pre-employment Testing. As a condition of employment, testing of any applicant tentatively selected for a Testing Designated Position (TDP), including current NASA employees who, prior to selection for the TDP, had not been subject to random drug testing.

NASA's drug testing plan, approved by the Reagan administration this spring, is expected to begin late this year, said Ray Sparnon, who directs NASA's program for a drug-free workplace. A revised section (b)(2) to the clause adds a reference to NASA Procedural Requirements (NPR)NASA's Plan for a Drug Free Workplace, Appendices A and B on “Testing Designated Positions” (TDPs) for federal employees, as a guide for contractors to use when determining if an employee is in a sensitive position and subject to drug and.

Drug-free workplace program: an explanation of major provisions --NASA plan for a drug-free workplace --Substance abuse: increase your knowledge and awareness --Questions and answers about NASA's drug-free workplace program. NASA Drug- and Alcohol-Free Workforce. NASA’s Plan for a Drug Free Workplace, on “Testing Designated Positions" (TDPs) for Federal employees, as a guide for the criteria and in designating "sensitive" positions for contractor employees.

Go to Library View Book Make Notes Print. Nov 01,  · Looking for older versions of regulations. Check our Regulation Archives.

A quick reference of the NFS Parts. The NFS is issued as Chapter 18 of Title 48, Code of Federal Regulations. The purpose of the USAID Drug-Free Workplace Plan is to set forth objectives, policies, procedures, and implementation guidelines to achieve a drug-free Federal workplace consistent with the Executive Order and Section of the Act.

Statement of Policy USAID, as a consequence of its leading role in facilitating international economic. AN EMPLOYER’S GUIDE TO A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE drug-free workplace program, and is being offered as an informational tool only, with the understanding that it is not official language of the Florida Statutes.

It is not Drug-Free Workplace 6 A. Plan And Develop A .Drug-free workplace program: employee's information kit National Aeronautics and Space Administration [Washington, D.C.?] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Model Plan for a Comprehensive Drug-Free Workplace Program Foreword Many private and non-Federal public sector employers are currently seeking advice and guidance in developing and implementing programs for achieving a drug -free workplace. They are taking action because they have been stimulated by the realities of life in late 20th.

Department of the Navy. Drug Free Workplace Program Handbook. Department of the Navy Drug Free Workplace Handbook Page 1 of TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Section Page. Purpose 4. Definitions 4. Training and Education Department of the Navy Drug Free Workplace Handbook. Preparing Your Drug Free Workplace Program Important: Study the Rules & Guidelines of the Tennessee Drug-Free Workplace Program (in the information kit), make certain you understand them.

Plan and develop your drug free workplace program carefully. Talk to employees and supervisors about the benefits of a drug free workplace. adopted a Drug-Free workplace policy effective _____. While we hope that this policy protects and benefits the company, we hope even more that it protects and benefits the employee and co-workers and creates a safe and efficient work environment.

For the purpose of clarification, alcohol is considered a drug under this policy. Executive Order requires your agency to establish a drug-free Federal workplace program, including an EAP as an essential element in achieving a drug-free workforce. Your agency must refer all employees found to use illegal drugs to the EAP for assessment, counseling, and referral for appropriate 'treatment or rehabilitation.Jan 05,  · The Drug-Free Workplace Act of requires many federal contractors and grantees to maintain drug-free workplaces in order to receive contracts or grants from a specific federal agency.

The components of the drug-free workplace vary based on whether the contractor/grantee is an individual or an organization, with organizations having more.Plan for a Drug-Free Workplace. Policy. The overall responsibility for NASA’s Plan for a Drug-Free Workplace (DFWP) lies with the OHCM.

The OCHMO shall support the DFWP through its Medical Review Officer (MRO) and Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) as required.