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Substance Abuse Policy


Roll for Damage is committed to providing a safe work environment and to fostering the well being and health of its employees. That commitment is jeopardized when any Roll for Damage employee illegally uses drugs on or off the job, comes to work under the influence, possesses, distributes or sells drugs in the workplace, or abuses alcohol on the job. Therefore, Roll for Damage has established the following policy:

  1. It is a violation of company policy for an employee to use, posses, sell, trade, offer for sale, or offer to buy illegal drugs or otherwise engage in the illegal use of drugs on or off the job.
  2. It is a violation of company policy for any employee to report to work under the influence or while possessing in his or her body, blood or urine illegal drugs in any detectable amount.
  3. It is a violation of company policy for any employee to report to work under the influence of or impaired by alcohol.
  4. It is a violation of the company policy for any employee to use prescription drugs illegally, i.e, to use prescription drugs that have not been legally obtained or in a manner or for a purpose other than as prescribed. (However, nothing in this policy precludes the appropriate use of legally prescribed medications.)
  5. Violations of this policy are subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination.

It is the responsibility of the company’s supervisors to counsel employees whenever they see changes in performance or behavior that suggest an employee has a drug problem. Although it is not the supervisor’s job to diagnose personal problems, the supervisor should encourage such employees to seek help and advise them about available resources for getting help. Everyone shares responsibility for maintaining a safe work environment, and co-workers should encourage anyone who has a drug problem to seek help.

The goal of this policy is to balance our respect for individuals with the need to maintain a safe, productive and drug-free environment. The intent of this policy is to offer a helping hand to those who need it, while sending a clear message that the illegal use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol are incompatible with employment at Roll for Damage.

The company offers resource information on various means of employee assistance in our community, including but not limited to drug and alcohol abuse programs. Employees are encouraged to use this resource file, which is located at each register. In addition, we will distribute this information to employees for their confidential use.

Pre-employment drug testing:

All job applicants at Roll for Damage will undergo testing for the presence of illegal drugs as a condition of employment. Any applicant with a confirmed positive test will be denied employment.

Applicants will be required to submit voluntarily to a specimen test at a laboratory chosen by Roll for Damage, and by signing a consent agreement will release Roll for Damage from liability.

If the physician, official or lab personnel has reasonable suspicion to believe that the job-applicant has tampered with the specimen, the applicant will not be considered for employment.

Roll for Damage will not discriminate against applicants for employment because of a past history of drug abuse. It is the current abuse of drugs, preventing employees from performing their jobs properly, that Roll for Damage will not tolerate.

Individuals who have failed a pre-employment test may initiate another inquiry with the company after a period of not shorter than six (6) months but they must present themselves drug-free as demonstrated by urinalysis or other test selected by Roll for Damage.

Employment testing:

Roll for Damage has adopted testing practices to identify employees who use illegal drugs on or off the job or who abuse alcohol on the job. It shall be a condition of employment for all employees to submit to substance abuse testing under the following circumstances:

  1. When there is reasonable suspicion to believe that an employee is using illegal drugs or abusing alcohol. ‘Reasonable suspicion’ is based on a belief that an employee is using or has used drugs or alcohol in violation of the employer’s policy drawn from specific objective and articulable facts and reasonable inferences drawn from those facts in light of experience. Among other things, such facts and inferences may be based upon, but not limited to, the following:
    1. Observable phenomena while at work such as direct observation of substance abuse or of the physical symptoms or manifestations of being impaired due to substance abuse;
    2. Abnormal conduct or erratic behavior while at work or a significant deterioration in work performance;
    3. A report of substance abuse provided by a reliable and credible source;
    4. Evidence that an individual has tampered with any substance abuse test during his or her employment with the current employer;
    5. Information that an employee has caused or contributed to an accident while at work; or
    6. Evidence that an employee has used, possessed, sold, solicited, or transferred drugs while working or while on the employer’s premises or while operating the employer’s vehicle, machinery, or equipment.
  2. When employees have caused or contributed to an; on-the-job injury that resulted in a loss of worktime, which means any period of time during which an employee stops performing the normal duties of employment and leaves the place of employment to seek care from a licensed medical provider. An employer may send employees for a substance abuse test if they are involved in on-the-job accidents where personal injury or damage to company property occurs.
  3. As part of a follow-up program to treatment for drug abuse.
  4. When a substance abuse test is conducted as part of a routinely scheduled employee fitness-for-duty medical examination that is part of the employer’s established policy or that is scheduled routinely for all members of an employment classification or group.

Employees with a confirmed positive test result may, at their option and expense, have a second confirmation test made on the same specimen. An employee will not be allowed to submit another specimen for testing.

If the physician, official, or lab personnel has reasonable suspicion to believe that the employee has tampered with the specimen, the employee is subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination.

General Procedures

An employee reporting to work visibly impaired will be deemed unable to properly perform required duties and will not be allowed to work. If possible, the employee’s supervisor will first seek another supervisor’s opinion to confirm the employee’s status. Next the supervisor will consult privately with the employee to determine the cause of the observations, including whether substance abuse has occurred. If, in the opinion of the supervisor, the employee is considered impaired, the employee will be sent home or to a medical facility by taxi or other safe transportation alternative – depending on the determination of the observed impairment – and accompanied by the supervisor or another employee if necessary. A drug test may be in order. An impaired employee will not be allowed to drive.

Opportunity to Contest or Explain Test Results

Employees and job applicants who have a positive confirmed test result may explain or contest the result to the Company within five (5) working days after the Company contacts the employee or job applicant and shows him/her the positive test result as it was received from the laboratory in writing.


The confidentiality of any information received by the employer through a substance abuse testing program shall be maintained, except as otherwise provided by law.

Alcohol Abuse

The consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages on Roll for Damage's premises is prohibited. An employee whose normal faculties are impaired due to the consumption of alcoholic beverages, or whose blood alcohol level tests positive while on duty/company business shall be guilty of misconduct and shall be subject to discipline up to and including termination. Failure to submit to a required substance abuse test also is misconduct and also shall be subject to discipline up to and including termination.