Team Awareness for Workplace Substance Abuse Prevention: The Empirical and Conceptual Development of a Training Program

@article{Bennett2000TeamAF,
  title={Team Awareness for Workplace Substance Abuse Prevention: The Empirical and Conceptual Development of a Training Program},
  author={Joel B Bennett and Wayne E. K. Lehman and George E. Reynolds},
  journal={Prevention Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={1},
  pages={157-172}
}
This paper describes the empirical and theoretical development of a workplace training program to help reduce/prevent employee alcohol and drug abuse and enhance aspects of the work group environment that support ongoing prevention. The paper (1) examines the changing social context of the workplace (e.g., teamwork, privacy issues) as relevant for prevention, (2) reviews studies that assess risks and protective factors in employee substance abuse (work environment, group processes, and employee… CONTINUE READING

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