Drug and Alcohol Prevention at Work Training

Train employees about the dangers of drugs and alcohol in the workplace.


  • Drugs at work
  • Alcohol at work
  • Intervention Strategies
  • Signs of Addiction
  • Reporting Channel


Drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace has been proven to lead to more accidents, absenteeism, higher healthcare costs, and lower employee morale. This online training course trains employees and managers to recognize the signs of substance misuse. As the centerpiece of a comprehensive alcohol and other drug misuse prevention program, this course highlights the proper reporting channels and resources to build a healthy workplace culture. 

Drugs and Alcohol at work Training course benefits

Teach Employees
the signs of substance misuse and addiction to be on the look out for.

Inform Employees
aabout commonly misuse substances and their impact

Highlight Policies
and show explain the consequences of your organization's drug and alcohol policies.

Explain The Consequences
of drug misuse from a personal and professional impact perspective.

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An Evidence-Based Online Training Solution

Easily deploy EVERFI’s customizable and effective drugs and alcohol at work training to support a healthy workplace culture.

Fresh Approach

Innovative look and feel will spark and maintain employee interest throughout the course.

Instructional Design

Cutting edge design using best practices to engage your workforce and build critical skills.


Administrators can add and remove company resources as policies and procedures evolve

Mobiile Friendly

All content is available online on desktop, tablet, or mobile devices to offer maximum flexibility for your workforce.

Built for Scale

Our platform empowers training teams to take advantage of flexible user assignments,monitor completion rates, and track policy acknowledgements.


Build a branded experience with several in-course opportunities to showcase company resources such as policies, guidance to hotlines, and expectations about reporting.