Cannabis & The Workplace - Overview of CannEd e-learning

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Cannabis & The Workplace - Overview of CannEd e-learning

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CannEd is a cannabis e-learning course built for employers and employees. During this session, you will learn about:

• Why every employer in Canada should consider cannabis education and a workplace impairment policy

• How cannabis education can address concerns and risks while keeping in mind inclusivity and human rights

• See a short demo of the e-learning course and learn how easy it can be to set up for your organization

In addition to the webinar, you will receive a ‘Substance Management Policy’ template that you can use to establish your policy, as well as other resources to help you and your team set up the right policy for your organization.

This HRPA approved course has been developed by the experts at RCU (Responsible Cannabis Use).

Send your questions in advance when you register and join the Ontario Chamber of Commerce as we welcome RCU as a new member discount partner providing a valuable resource for businesses.

What? Webinar with Afshin Mousavian, CEO of RCU

When? Thursday, June 11, 2020, from 10:00 am to 10:45 am

Where? Join us virtually while at home! Zoom link to be provided upon registration

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Organizer Ontario Chamber of Commerce

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For more than a century, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) has been the independent, non-partisan voice of Ontario business.

The OCC’s mission is to support economic growth in Ontario by defending business priorities at Queen’s Park on behalf of its network’s diverse 60,000 members. The OCC’s vision is to foster a vibrant and economically sustainable province that is driven by an innovative, successful and ever-expanding business community. From innovative SMEs to established multinational corporations and industry associations, the OCC is committed to working with our members to improve business competitiveness across all sectors. The OCC represents local chambers of commerce and boards of trade in over 135 communities across Ontario, steering public policy conversations provincially and within local communities.

Join us today. Visit to find out more.

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