Business Against Narcotics and Drugs

Helping Small Businesses Become Drug Free

Congratulations on your interest in a drug-free workplace program for your business!

As you undoubtedly already know, your employees are your most valuable asset and the steps you take to protect them - and your business - against substance abuse is more important than ever before.

Drug Free The National Drug Free Workplace Alliance (NDWA), is a provider of no-cost, comprehensive drug free workplace programs which include:

  • Written Policy
  • Forms and Documents
  • Drug Testing Set-up
  • Online Supervisor, Employee and Parent Training
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Access
  • Personalized Implementation Assistance
  • Ongoing Support and Quarterly Newsletters
This valuable resource, provided free of charge through a grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), will enhance your company's health and safety - and improve your bottom line.

For more information and to enroll in the free program, please visit the National Drug Free Workplace Alliance website to learn for yourself just how important a drug-free workplace can be and how your company can benefit. Karen Belanger is the Program Manager and can be contacted at 727-828-0211 ext. 109.

Drug FreeWould you like to save 5% on your workers compensation premium? By setting up a Drug Free Workplace program you will: 1) protect your workers, 2) lower employee turnover, 3) have a safer workplace, 4) and achieve higher productivity.

For more information contact Sharon Kramer at 941-749-3030 ext. 3491.

Drug FreeMedical Toxicology Consults' Medical Review Officers (MROs) offer expert guidance related to the drug screening process. We work with all major certified laboratories, receiving results via secure access on a daily basis. With our certified services, we are able to provide you and your employees with high quality, timely service. To find out more information about our services, please contact Jackie Horwich at 813-246-4277 ext. 225.