“The invention could be a game-changer for law enforcement and employers to address marijuana safety concerns without unjustly accusing people who are using cannabis responsibly.” View the full article here >
Employers will use the Hound® marijuana breathalyzer because it is a more fair marijuana drug test. Dr. Mike Lynn provides examples of how a marijuana breathalyzer will provide better information to employers.
“As marijuana is starting to be legalized recreationally in many places, the new device has been labeled a “game-changer” by experts aiming to eliminate driving under the influence of the drug.” View the full article here >
People have to realize it’s not legal to drive impaired, period. […] While you or I may not do it, it’s the person in the car behind us or in front of us that is driving stoned who is going to pose a problem to us and our families. Listen to the full interview here…
It’s illegal to drive impaired in all 50 states. And whether you’re impaired by marijuana or by alcohol, it doesn’t matter, that’s clearly illegal. View the full article here >
“It makes a difference if someone used marijuana at some point in the last four hours, versus the last four days,” Mr. Hall [executive vice president of environmental health and safety at executive vice president of environmental health and safety] said. View the full article here >
This report summarizes the potential impact of marijuana on the workplace in Canada, including top areas of concern employers may want to address in the future. It covers relevant literature on cannabis as well as recent Conference Board survey research on organizational concerns regarding the legalization of recreational cannabis. Read Full Report>
Current Consulting Group’s second annual Employer Survey provides insights into a broad range of topics, from existing drug testing methodologies to current industry issues such as marijuana legalization and the opioid epidemic. Read Full Report>