Workplace Drug Testing Becomes More Prevalent Ca. 1983Streaming Video - 1983
Early in his administration, President Ronald Reagan made "the war on drugs" a high priority. In 1988, Congress passed the Drug-free Workplace Act, which required recipients of federal contracts to test employees for drug and alcohol abuse. At first, workplace drug testing was promoted only for industries where a drug-abusing employee could present a safety hazard, such as construction or transportation. Over time, however, drug testing has become more commonplace in white-collar workplaces, as well as correctional facilities and public schools -despite a lack of evidence confirming its effectiveness.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : WPA Film Library, 
Copyright Date: ©1983
Branch Call Number: E-VIDEO
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (2 min., 18 sec.)) : sound, color. video file, rda