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Workplace strategies: CC273-2/17-3E-PDF
risk of impairment from cannabis.
"This White Paper discusses the implications associated with the use of cannabis for both therapeutic and recreational purposes. The key steps to reducing the impact of impairment on the work place are to have appropriate mechanisms in place, to provide clear guidance to all workplace parties, and to apply workplace policies and programs using a fair and consistent approach."--Executive summary.
|Department/Agency||Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety.|
|Subtitle||risk of impairment from cannabis.|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Stratégie en milieu de travail : risque de facultés affaiblies attribuable au cannabis. Cover title. "June 2017."|
|Number of Pages||31 p.|
|Subject Terms||Marijuana, Marijuana|
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