A joint decision

After the legalization of recreational cannabis, employers need to understand the legalities of testing, while new technologies promise better ways to measure impairment

A worker at Tolko Industries in Williams Lake, B.C. was backing his log loader out of a loading bay in May 2016 when he struck and seriously damaged a chip loader. In post-incident drug testing, the worker tested positive for cannabis. An assessment by a substance abuse professional concluded the individual did not have a substance abuse problem. The worker was fired.

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