Discuss the following topics with each other:
During this Toolbox meeting we will focus on Heijmans’s alcohol, drug and medicine use policy. You are not permitted to use or possess alcohol or drugs at work.
Drinking too much or too often can cause problems. Alcohol and/or drug use can have very serious consequences at home, in traffic and at work. Problem drinkers and drug users have a higher work absenteeism rate and are at increased risk of being involved in a work or non-work related accident. The work’s quality and productivity decline. The alcohol and drug use policy also includes the use of medicines other than prescribed in consultation with or by a doctor.
The following are possible signs that may indicate that someone is using alcohol or drugs at work:
• Excessive perspiration;
• Smell of alcohol or drugs;
• Much higher absenteeism rate;
• Loss of ability to concentrate;
• Making errors and/or producing inferior quality;
• Disrupted relationships with colleagues.
What can you do yourself?
Heijmans’s alcohol and drug use policy
During working hours and anywhere within Heijmans’s offices and premises it is prohibited to:
Be aware of the possible side effects of medicines:
If there is a suspicion that someone is under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and/or is a frequent user, management, if necessary together with the HR manager, must discuss the situation with the relevant party. The following topics are addressed during this meeting:
If there is no improvement relating to alcohol, drug or medicine use, the following measures can be taken:
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