The Tennessee Drug-Free Workplace Program is designed to increase productivity for Tennessee employers and promote safe worksites for employees by promoting drug- and alcohol-free workplaces. Worksites, where workers are not impaired by drugs and alcohol, are safer worksites and can operate in an enhanced competitive position that is free from the costs, delays, and tragedies that accompany workplace accidents resulting from substance abuse-related injuries. Employers are not required to join; and if the reasons named above are not reason enough, there are several other reasons explained below that an employer should contemplate when considering participation.
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- Drug Free Workplace Program
- Who can I exclude from my workers' compensation policy?
- What if I cannot find an insurance company to write a workers' compensation policy for me?
- If I have five or more employees and my workforce drops below five, may I drop my workers' compensation coverage?
- If I am not required to provide workers’ compensation insurance benefits, can I still do so?
- What happens if I am not required to have workers' compensation insurance and one of my employees has a work-related injury?
- How many employees do I have to have before I am required to have workers' compensation insurance?
- Are there special rules for sole proprietors or partners?
- Which employers are required to provide workers’ compensation benefits?
- What should an employer do when an employee reports an injury?