Thinking about medical marijuana policies in the workplace?
Today’s marijuana is not what it was in the 70s – It’s more potent and increasingly legal. If you’re an employer, you need policies just as strong.
What policies can you legally put in place as more employees begin using medical marijuana (likely without your knowledge)? Our panel of experts will answer frequently asked questions such as testing, drug-free policies, and if there is an acceptable level of THC. We’ll also review best practices for handling employees who live and visit states with legal marijuana.
|Bill Judge, JD, LLM|
Drug Screening Compliance Institute
Bill is an attorney with more than 33 years of research and litigation experience in the workplace and school drug testing. He was a panelist at the 1988 White House Conference for a Drug-Free America and presented in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1989. He now focuses on research, writing, training and answering questions. Bill’s company Drug Screening Compliance Institute provides expert advice on state-specific regulations, reviewing laws, court cases, agency decisions and more.
Operations Support – DOT Compliance
Geeding Construction, Inc.
Skyla provides Geeding Construction the comfort of a compliant DOT operation, which is essential for the oil and gas company. She has 16 years of experience with transportation and has been in her compliance role for three years. Her top priorities are educating employees on change and regulatory issues, maintaining compliance, and the overall safety of every individual.
Midwest Builders’ Casualty
Beth has 20 years of experience in the field of workers’ compensation. Her career includes serving as vice president of product services at Arthur J. Gallagher (later becoming Alternative Risk Services. She also spent time at a mono-line workers’ compensation carrier that ultimately led to her joining Midwest Builders’ Mutual Casualty Company (MWBC) in 2014. Beth is now the claims manager at MWBC, where she oversees the daily operations of her department with a staff of claim supervisors, lost time adjusters, medical only adjusters and administrative staff.
|Aaron Paris (Moderator)|
Director of Safety
The Miller Group
After several years of serving in law enforcement in positions as accident investigations, detective, and SWAT, Aaron Paris dove into workplace safety. He was a safety manager with United Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing, then joined The Miller Group in February 2020 as their director of safety. Aaron acts as a resource to clients on complex safety issues and helps develop client strategies. His expertise is in the construction, industrialization and manufacturing sectors.