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1

Congress enacted the drug-free workplace act of 1988. This requires that an organization receiving _____ maintain a drug-free workplace.

Federal grants

2

Occupying positions that require a CDL prohibit the use of ______.

Medical marijuana

3

Employees in other safety sensitive position are prohibited from using _______.

Medical marijuana

4

An employee who reports to work and appears to be impaired by alcohol or any substance will be subject to reasonable _________.

Cause testing

5

Refusal to submit to reasonable cause testing will subject employee ________ action up to and including ______.

Disciplinary

Dismissal

6

An employees ________ or ________ will not be jeopardized by the volunteer utilization of the EAP or any other treatment services.

Job security

Promotional opportunities

7

The supervisor’s role is to monitor _______ and to make a supervisory _______, if appropriate.

Job performance

Referral

8

A potential candidate who completes a pre-employment urine drug screen must start employment with the city within _____ calendar days of the initial urine drug screen.

30

9

__________ drug and alcohol testing may be conducted when one supervisor (or two supervisors when feasible) has observed and documented conduct or behavior that may signal impairment of an employee in the workplace.

Reasonable cause

10

An employee who tests positive for drugs or alcohol may be offered the opportunity to sign a ________ which will set the terms and conditions of continued employment.

Last chance employment agreement

11

An employee’s refusal to sign a last chance employment agreement or abide by the agreement will result in _______ of employment.

Termination

12

An employee who tests positive while on ________ does not qualify for a Last Chance Agreement, and the employee will be terminated.

Initial probation

13

Employees who are in positions or want to remain eligible to work out of class in positions that require a CDL are federally mandated to complete _________.

Random drug and alcohol testing

14

Employees involved in ________ may be required to complete post-accident drug and alcohol testing if the employees conduct or behavior at the _______ leads supervisors to suspect possible impairment.

Accident

15

If an employee on a CDL position is off work for ____ days or more and has not been subject to random testing during that time, the employee will be required to take a return-to-work drug test.

30

16

The City tests for the following substances during pre-employment, reasonable cause, follow-up, random, post-accident, and return to work tests:

Cannabinoids
Cocaine
Opiates
PCP
Amphetamines

17

City employees may be tested for _______ during reasonable cause tests.

Anabolic steroids

18

When a breath alcohol test is administered, a alcohol concentration level of _____ or higher will be considered positive.

0.02

19

Testing of employees will be conducted on _____ time and paid for by the _____.

City

20

______ is available for assessment, referral to treatment, and follow-up.

EAP

21

An employee may use EAP on City time for up to ____ visits per calendar year.

3

22

If a supervisor has good faith belief that an employee is impaired by alcohol or any substance when reporting to work or during the shift, the supervisor has a responsibility to ________ the employee’s condition and _______ the employee of his/her duties of appropriate.

Investigate

Relieve

23

______ and ______ are critical to facilitate the understanding and management of performance problems resulting from alcohol and substance use and abuse.

Education

Training