A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE CAN IMPROVE YOUR BOTTOM LINE
Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, making up over 99% of all companies and employing 50% of the entire workforce. In 2003, there were over 23 million small businesses in America.
The most valuable resource a small business has, as well as the most costly, is the employee workforce. To succeed, a company must get the most out of their employees on a daily basis. A huge obstacle facing employee productivity is drug and alcohol abuse. Small companies are the most vulnerable:
  • Drug & alcohol abuse is nearly twice as prevalent in small businesses
  • 87% of employed illicit drug users work for small companies!
Congress passes the Drug-Free Workplace program act of 1998: Administered by the SBA to help companies SAVE MONEY on costs associated with the abuse of both drugs and alcohol.

WHY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE IMPORTANT?
It increases productivity, efficiency, and bottom line of profitability
  • Reduce medical insurance costs over time due to lower actual claims
  • Reduce Workers' Compensation insurance costs
  • Minimize theft, damage to equipment, sick days, and low productivity
  • Increase trust and confidence among co-workers
Benefits of a Drug-Free Workplace:
Improve the overall health of your workforce
Increase safety at the job site while you reduce accidents and theft
Qualify for government contracts: DFWP required for any contract over $25K
Improve bottom line! As workers become healthier, they produce better results
BEGIN YOUR DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE PROGRAM NOW!
The Comprehensive Drug Testing Advantage - We simplify the process!
Written Drug-Free Workplace policy - customized for your company
Education - drug and alcohol use prevention training available live on the web
Testing - illegal drug and alcohol testing provided in a convenient structure
Employee assistance program - EAP made available to every employer
Continuing education - annual renewal for drug and alcohol abuse prevention
Expert partner in DFWP industry - over 25 years serving the industry
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Information provided by the SBA, Small Business Association for a Drug Free Workplace, DFWP, NFIB, National Federation of Independent Business and US Department of Health and Human Services, National Survey on Drug Use & Health, NSDUH.