Flying High, Tripping, and Crashing. Targeted for parents and educators providing information to recognize common paraphernalia associated with various drugs, clandestine clothing trends, the signs and symptoms associated with drug use. What every parent needs to know about the changing face of drug use before it’s too late.
Liability of Impairment. This course is developed for insurance companies and their investigators to assist them in identifying individuals involved in substace abuse which can potentially reduce their liability in personal injury and death claims while providing the tools necessary for investigators to decipher information building reasonable inferences operators may have been impaired at the time of the incident.
A Habit to Die For. Designed specifically to train doctors, nurses, hospital personnel, first responders, EMTs, paramedics, and firefighters in recognizing the abuse of over-the-counter drugs, prescription medications, street drugs, and a variety of other substances. In depth discussions will take place on the physiology of the body and the affects various drugs will have on clinical signs and symptoms and other bodily functions. This course is tailored to fit each organization's specific needs.
The Bottom Line of Substance Abuse in Corporate America. This seminar is designed to prepare corporate management employees to meet the challenges and legal boundaries posed to them by employees that use/abuse drugs; provide recognition of the physical signs and symptoms along with the paraphernalia associated with drug use; assist in developing polices encompassing all legal and illegal substances; and provide a safe working environment for all employees while reducing liabilities and accidents. This seminar is tailored to fit each corporation's specific needs.