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Although Cannabis (Marijuana) has been legalized in Ontario - Safety in the workplace should always come first. Therefore, all employees must show up fit for work and remain so throughout their shift. This requirement applies to those who use recreational drugs, prescription drugs, or alcohol.

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The effects of cannabis impairment are usually more subtle and longer lasting than alcohol impairment and may be harder to recognize.

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Training and educating is important for employees and employers to understand Marijuana(Cannabis) and its affect on the workplace.

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The Employer needs to develop policies and procedures not only for identifying, reporting but also for removing impaired employees from the workplace.

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False

The workplace needs to conduct risk assessments to identify safety sensitive positions.

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Smoking or vaping cannabis in an enclosed public place or enclosed workplace is prohibited.

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Drug testing does provide a quantitative level of impairment; similar to a breathalyzer.

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According to Health Canada, effects of cannabis impairment may include some of the following: (Check all that apply)

Dizziness
Drowsiness
Impaired Memory
Loss of Contact with Reality
Feeling an Extreme Slowing of Time
Impairment of Motor Skills
Nausea and Vomiting

Most cannabis studies agree that the following signs of impairment: (Check all that apply)

Increased Appetite
Very Talkative
Bloodshot Eyes
Everything Seems Very Funny
Euphoria
Lack Of or No Inhibitions

If you suspect someone of impairment - stating your concerns should be done in an unbiased and factual manner.

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Every discussion about suspected impairment should be accompanied by an incident report.

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False

Like all employees with disabilities, the focus should be on whether the use of medical marijuana impairs the ability of the employee to perform the job.

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It is NOT the employer or supervisor’s duty to diagnose an employee, or to know if they have a disability (CHRC, 2017).

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