Advance approval process meant to streamline access for workers without safety risks, not those with potential impairment and accommodation considerations: tribunal
The Alberta Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed a worker’s discrimination complaint stemming from his rejection from a program designed to give workers pre-approval for access to worksites due to a failed drug test. The tribunal found there was no need to even investigate accommodation options, as this would present too much of a safety risk and undermine the purpose of the program.
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