No matter your industry, all workplaces benefit from cannabis education. Here’s how:
Attend the Cannabis Conference and you’ll receive nine professional development hours with Chartered Professionals in Human Resources’ (CPHR) accredited program. As an HR professional, you handle employee relations and support. Being in-the-know about the very latest cannabis laws will help you develop customized plans for your workplace, including updating internal policies, drug testing, recruitment, and disciplinary actions.
The perspective of your clients, partners and competitors on cannabis and cannabis use will vary. What should you consider when associating your personal or company brand with cannabis? The Cannabis Conference has a session focuses exclusively on clearing the smoke on public relations considerations.
Executives and managers need to know how to identify when an employee is under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Cannabis education will help you understand Manitoba’s new cannabis laws and structure. Attend The Chamber’s Cannabis Conference to discover the appropriate steps to respond to impairment in the workplace and the importance of drug and alcohol policies.
As a healthcare professional, you’ll likely be called on to assist in identifying and mitigating addiction risks associated with cannabis use. Cannabis education will help you become familiarized with cannabis products and their side effects. Attend The Chamber’s Cannabis Conference to understand what resources are available to you to navigate cannabis in both medical and recreational contexts.
Many businesses will likely need to seek your legal counsel when drafting new drug and alcohol policies. Organizations will also turn to you, legal professionals, for consultation on specific disciplinary actions and for help navigating cannabis rules and regulations. Attend The Chamber’s Cannabis Conference to strengthen your business network and to get insights from top insurers, licensed producers, employers and other legal experts on the best way to prepare your clients for cannabis.
As an employer, it’s your responsibility to provide a safe and healthy workplace. The legalization of recreational cannabis poses an increased liability to specific industries and business owners. Do you have enough cannabis education to develop a customized plan for your workplace to mitigate risks? The Chamber’s Cannabis Conference will help you understand how to communicate expectations to employees around responsible cannabis use.
To be blunt, anyone interested in the new era of cannabis legalization will benefit from The Chamber’s full-day Cannabis Conference.
To recap, the conference will cover:
- new cannabis laws and structure in Manitoba
- employers’ responsibilities to provide a safe and healthy workplace
- insight from top insurers, licensed producers, employers and legal experts
- available resources to help companies navigate medical and recreational cannabis
- the impact of legalization and changing social/work norms around cannabis use
- cannabis products and their side effects
- the importance of drug and alcohol policy
- appropriate response steps to workplace impairment
- growth enterprise opportunities
- Manitoba Driving Laws and methods of enforcement
- and more…