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How Much Dope is a Lotta Dope? (Part 2)
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7/18/2018
When: 2:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Anne Kelly, CAE, CMP
1-800-672-7229


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WEBINAR:  How Much Dope is a Lotta Dope? (Part 2)

Everyone in SAPAA has either employment or a strong interest in issues surrounding illicit drug use but may lack an understanding of how and why drugs of abuse are controlled. The current movement to legalize drugs makes it even more important that professionals understand the roles, positions, and interactions of the FDA and DEA in defining illegal substances and illicit use. Knowledge of how drugs are controlled is becoming more important when we try to advise clients on wording policies and/or taking action after a perceived workplace offense.

Webinar participants will receive a copy of DEA’s drug identification guide and their synopsis of the Controlled Substances Act.

Part 1 of this series was held on June 20, 2018, and is available to view on our recording page.


 

Tom Pool is a co-founder of Drug Free Business, and has been affiliated with them since 1989. Prior to that, he spent 21 years with the Drug Enforcement Administration. With the DEA, Tom worked as a Special Agent/Criminal Investigator that included work in Mexico, Enforcement Supervisor with the South Florida Joint Task Force, and Special Agent Recruiter, among other positions. Tom is a Commissioner with the Certification Commission for Drug and Alcohol Program Professionals, and a presenter for the SAPAA Training Institute. He’s developed training curricula in the areas of drug demand reduction, drug legalization issues, drugs in the workplace, and crime prevention, with more than 5,000 employers having attended. He’s also given countless presentations to schools, local associations, service clubs, and drug prevention coalitions.

 

 

 

 

 

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