Drugs like cannabis and meth can have a big impact on your safety at work and how you can contribute to workplace relationships and productivity. NCPIC has created several factsheets to give you more information about the effect of drugs on skills, workplace drug testing and some general overview information:
Infographics are a great way to update your knowledge without having to do too much heavy reading. NCPIC has a number of infographics that can get you up-to-date with the latest information about cannabis and your skills, safety and health.
- The wheel of weed – how is cannabis affecting your skills
- Cannabis and sleep
- Synthetic cannabis (coming soon)
If you’re concerned you may have a problem with cannabis, or that one of your friends of co-workers may be battling with their drug use, it can sometimes be a difficult issue to face or talk about. This take home kit of postcards provides simple and fast information on the effects of cannabis, both short and long-term, and the symptoms and side-effects of addiction. Download them yourself or nudge a friend in this direction.
If you’ve read all there is to read and you want to quit cannabis to minimise workplace safety risks to yourself and your work mates, NCPIC has a range of helpful tools to get you started quitting. All our programs are completely anonymous, can be completed online and will help you benchmark your current situation in addition to monitor your progress as you quit.