Medical Marijuana: Can It Work With Ohio Businesses?

From Western Reserve Safety Council:Solon Chamber of Commerce announces the July program and luncheon — Ohio’s New Medical Marijuana Law vs Drug-Free Workplace – Can They Coexist? with speaker Dyann McDowell on July 11th; 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Mustard Seed Market & Cafè, second floor, 6025 Kruse Drive, Solon. The participants will understand HB 523 –the new Ohio medical marijuana law and the steps employers need to take to protect the workplace and minimize the risks. Understand why this affects small and medium organizations the most. Cost of the program and buffet lunch is $25 for members and $27 for non-members and is open to the public. Registration is required at www.westernreservesc.org.Dyann McDowell founder and president of Training Marbles, Inc. is a recognized and respected leader in the training industry with twenty two years of hands on Drug-Free Workplace administration, training developer, and assessment provider. Her unique experience in the healthcare industry, as a frontline supervisor, and HR Consultant is the perfect blend for success.

This program begins the year of monthly workplace safety and wellness related programs. Western Reserve Safety Council is sponsored by the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation (BWC), Division of Safety and Hygiene and the Solon Chamber of Commerce for the benefit of businesses and other organizations in the Southeastern Cuyahoga County, Northern Summit County and parts of Geauga and Portage County. WRSC is open to all area companies, local governments, school districts and police and fire districts. Companies who are self-insured are also encouraged to participate. WRSC works collaboratively with the Aurora, Beachwood, Chagrin Valley, Hudson, Nordonia Hills and Twinsburg Chambers of Commerce to encourage participation and membership. WRSC is in is taking open enrollment for the next fiscal year. Sign up (or transfer) by July 31, 2108 to be eligible for membership benefits.Founding

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