Employees are to report fit for duty and remain fit while on duty on or offsite. Employees are to perform responsibilities in a safe and effective manner and notify their supervisor when they are not fit for duty or when a co-worker is observed acting in a manner that indicates the co-worker may not be fit for duty. Do you have a program in place that ensures employees are Fit for Duty?
To be committed to the health, safety and wellness of all employees, customers and other members of the public, a Fit for Duty program is necessary for prevention, protection and rehabilitation (if necessary).
Your Fit for Duty program should include:
- Responsibilities of employers, managers, supervisors and employees
- Company standards
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