Moncton Northeast Construction Association Cannabis & Workplace Safety Education Press Release
Monday, October 15, 2018
The Moncton Northeast Construction Association has joined the other associations and organizations intent on ensuring their due diligence and protecting their people through education. Members from the SayleGroup team will be travelling to Moncton this week to present to their membership on the
SayleGroup Talks Cannabis & Workplace Safety at the SWANA Safety Showcase
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
The Atlantic division of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) requested that SayleGroup CEO, Stephen Sayle, come in to discuss cannabis legalization and workplace safety at their recent Safety Showcase. As the legalization day draws near (October 17th), more and more industries a
RCS Takes Lead in Construction Industry on Cannabis & Workplace Safety Education
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
RCS Construction brought SayleGroup CEO, Stephen Sayle, in to speak to a group of their site supervisors on the impending legalization of cannabis (October 17th) and its potential impact on workplace safety. Stephen, who has been travelling the country - presenting on the importance of educating
Education on Cannabis & Workplace Safety is Going Viral in Nova Scotia
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
The Association of Municipal Administrators Nova Scotia (AMANS) has endorsed SayleGroup's Cannabis & Workplace Safety online education program for use among their membership (all the municipalities of Nova Scotia). Each day that goes by, we see new municipalities pop-up on our Learning Manag
The Cannabis & Workplace Safety Education Tour Returns Home for a Presentation
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Prior to heading back out on the road, SayleGroup CEO, Stephen Sayle conducted yet another presentation on the approaching cannabis legalization and its impact on workplace safety. The Greater Burnside Business Association (GBBA) capitalized on Stephen's brief layover in Nova Scotia, and had no
The Cannabis & Workplace Safety Educational Tour Goes Federal
Monday, September 24, 2018
SayleGroup CEO, Stephen Sayle, conducted one of the more significant presentations on Cannabis & Workplace Safety to date, last week. The National Joint Council invited Stephen as the keynote speaker, to discuss the critical importance of effective education regarding the imminent legalizati
Following up from their Atlantic region event, the Canadian Security Association (CANASA) brought the SayleGroup CEO, Stephen Sayle, in for another presentation with their association - this time in the Prairies region.
CANASA Atlantic Showing that they Value Educating Workers on Cannabis & Workplace Safety
Thursday, September 13, 2018
The Atlantic division of the Canadian Security Association (CANASA) is yet another association that has shown it intends to steer its membership toward educating workers on cannabis and workplace safety.
"We Don't Provide Training on Alcohol Impairment in the Workplace - Why Would We Treat Cannabis & Workplace Safety Differently?"
Monday, September 10, 2018
First off, I’d like to say that I believe providing education around alcohol impairment and its impact on the workplace would be a great initiative – maybe one we should all be reconsidering. Maybe cannabis legalization will force us to reassess the education (or lack thereof) regarding impairme
SayleGroup CEO Embarks on Country-Wide Cannabis & Workplace Safety Speaking Tour
Wednesday, September 5, 2018
SayleGroup CEO, Stephen Sayle, was interviewed by AllNovaScotia on September 4th, just prior to boarding his plane to Toronto - where he will be kicking off his country-wide speaking engagements on the topic of Off-Duty Cannabis Use and Workplace Safety.
To rule out the possibility the employee is impaired, the organization may send the employee for a drug or alcohol test. If you believe there is a cause for reasonable suspicion, both management and HR should meet with the employee. It should be clearly explained what has been observed and docu
Education on Cannabis & Workplace Safety as an Opportunity
Friday, August 17, 2018
The prohibition of cannabis has nearly been a century in length. Changing the perceptions and attitudes around a belief that has been engrained in us over an entire generation (and then some) is no small task – and, even though, come October 17th, a switch will be immediately flipped on cannabis
Come October 17th, the policing agencies across Canada will be responsible for enforcing the laws and regulations binding the legalization of recreational cannabis use. Saying that preparing their public facing personnel for this change is quite a task is a significant understatement.