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Staying Out of Court: Substance Abuse & Drug Testing Practices that Minimize Employer Liability
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 Export to Your Calendar 12/13/2017
When: Wednesday, December 13, 2017
From 7:30 AM until 9:30 AM
Where: The Plaza Club, 20th Floor
900 Fort Street Mall
Honolulu, Hawaii  96813
United States
Contact: Landon Wong
808-447-1840


Online registration is available until: 12/6/2017
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SHRM HI Educational Foundation - Oahu District Breakfast Meeting December 13, 2017 @ Plaza Club 

Staying Out of Court: Substance Abuse & Drug Testing
Practices that Minimize Employer Liability

Join us to learn about the vast topic of Substance Abuse testing and its many facets.  Do you know:

  • The difference between Federal and State guidelines?
  • Training and a certification is required for a representative of a company to handle reasonable suspicion in the workplace?
  • The role of the Medical Review Officer (MRO) and the interplay with your EAP and SAP?
  • What impact, if any, marijuana dispensaries are having on drug testing in the workplace?
  • What components make an effective Drug Policy?

Finally, hear about scenarios dealing with Substance Abuse in the workplace and how companies have dealt with them. Please join us for what is sure to be an educational and eye-opening discussion.

We are fortunate to have three excellent speakers on this topic: Trisha Gibo of ES&A, Inc., A Law Corporation and Florence Medina and Kim Castillo from Clinical Labs of Hawaii who will share their knowledge about Substance Abuse testing in the workplace. 


 

Trisha’s practice focuses on labor and employment law, drawing on her background as a human resources professional, which includes experience in recruitment, training and benefits administration.

Trisha’s previous experience also includes serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Steven S. Alm in the First Circuit Court of the State of Hawai`i; Hearings Officer for the State of Hawai`i Department of Public Safety, where she presided over due process hearings for disciplinary actions for unionized employees; and extern at the State of Hawai`i Labor and Industrial Relations Appeals Board. Her past positions also include Human Resources Specialist for the University Clinical Education & Research Associates (UCERA), and Recruitment and Training Coordinator for Easter Seals Hawaii.  She is a graduate of University of Hawai`i at Manoa Shidler College of Business (M.B.A.; B.B.A. in Human Resource Management; B.B.A. in Business Management) and William S. Richardson School of Law (J.D.)

 

Kimberly’s role as Toxicology Account Manager provides sales and service to existing client accounts while increasing revenue on a regular basis through the establishment of new accounts. She maintains a professional relationship with clients while having a high level of expertise regarding procedures and methodologies in the various toxicological laboratory disciplines.

Kimberly has been with Clinical Labs of Hawaii, LLP since 1999 and holds toxicology certifications as Urine Drug Screen Technician, Licensed Breath Alcohol Technician, Hair Follicle Technician.

 

Florence’s role as Toxicology Support Services Supervisor manages, administrates and coordinates activities of the toxicology collections, processing and client services area in the laboratory sites staffed with Toxicology lab assistants.

Florence has been with Clinical Labs of Hawaii, LLP since 1999 and holds toxicology certifications as Urine Drug Screen Technician and Instructor, Licensed Breath Alcohol Technician and Instructor, Hair Follicle Technician and Certified Shipper – IATA/CAO Transportation of Dangerous Goods.


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