Building a Compliant Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Testing Program
August 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT
Program requirements are many and along with regulations related to Department of Transportation, the opioid addiction crisis and issues related to medical marijuana, setting up a proper program means understanding the various conflicting interests and governmental agencies. This session will clear up those obligations and set forth the elements to create a drug and alcohol abuse prevention program.
- Describe elements required for a drug and alcohol program in a health care setting.
- Recognize and discuss risks and hazards a facility could face under such programs.
- Develop an understanding of the unique legal issues related to a testing program
- Compare various program options and take into account all required considerations.
Health care human resources professionals as well as C-suite leadership and executive positions
Sara McCue is an attorney with Baird Holm LLP where her practice focuses on employment, ADA, and fair housing law. McCue represents and counsels housing providers, property management companies, educational institutions and the affordable housing industry. McCue received her juris doctor from the University of Nebraska College of Law where she was the editor in chief of the Nebraska Law Review and president of the Multicultural Legal Society and Black Law Students Association. Prior to that, she graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
Scott Moore is a partner at Baird Holm LLP where he practices in the areas of management-side employment law. He regularly represents employers with respect to labor relations and employment matters, including executive agreements, immigration compliance, strategies for foreign workforce, personnel policies and decisions, labor negotiations, preventative planning, workplace safety, equal opportunity and the defense of employment-related crimes.
Kelli Lieurance is a partner with Baird Holm’s Employment and Employee Benefits Law Group. She advises clients on general day-to-day employment issues, including those related to Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), FMLA and other federal and state regulations. She also advises and defends employers on equal employment opportunity matters and affirmative action compliance.
August 21; 5:00 p.m. MDT | Registration fees are for one (1) connection.