Drug-Impaired Driving Toolkit for Employers: What you need to know

Drug-Impaired Driving Campaign

Everyone knows that driving under the influence of alcohol or illicit drugs can be impairing, but did you know that several prescriptions, and OTC drugs can also impair your ability to drive? Taking multiple drugs resulting in different drug interactions can also cause impairment. Drug-impaired driving, also known as drugged driving, or driving under the influence of drugs (DUID) has not only become a primary concern for traffic safety professionals, but also a major concern for employers. This toolkit will help educate employees and prevent drug-impaired driving in the workplace.

Access the Drug-Impaired Driving for Employers Toolkit