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Many local chambers of commerce offer the Drugs Don't Work program to
businesses in their area. These chambers will assist your company in
achieving drug free certification.
Your company must have a Substance Abuse Policy.
Your company must conduct drug testing.
Your company must conduct two hours of employee education each year.
Your company must conduct two hours of supervisor training each year.
Your company must either have an EAP (Employee Assistance Program) or,
a referral list of treatment and counseling centers in your area.
"We have benefited substantially from being a DDW
partner. We seem to have better employees as a
result of the program. Our staff knows we care
about them and want them to be healthy and safe.
Additionally, potential applicants who use drugs know
not to apply here because we drug test all potential
new employees. This saves us time and money
during the process of recruiting new employees."
ASA Engineering & Surveying, Inc
DDW in Georgia is funded by:
Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and
Division of Addictive Diseases
Office of Prevention Services and Programs
The Council on Alcohol and Drugs, a 40 year-old 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
and parent corporation of the Drugs Don't Work program assists businesses and
organizations in achieving state certification as a drug free workplace and
qualifying for the state-mandated discount on workers compensation insurance.
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Contact your local chamber to see if they
offer the DDW Program. If your chamber
does not offer DDW, contact Chuck Wade at
email@example.com. To obtain
drug-free workplace certification and qualify
for the 7.5% discount on workers'
compensation premiums complete the