SIE Lunch & Learn: Drugs in the Workplace
Nov 8, 2017
Member Price: $25.00
Non-Member Price: $45.00
DRUGS IN THE WORKPLACE
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
9811 York Road, Timonium, MD. 21093
Registration & Networking: 11:30 am
Lunch: 11:45 am
Program: 12:15 – 1:30 pm
Mike Gimbel - President of Mike Gimbel Associates
Mike Gimbel has been in the field of substance abuse education and treatment for over 35 years. Mike was the Baltimore County Government Drug Czar for 25 years and is currently the President of Mike Gimbel Associates, a nationally recognized substance abuse consulting company.
Mike speaks to schools, colleges, businesses, faith organizations, parent groups and youth groups across the nation. Mike has hosted a syndicated public affairs television show called “Straight Talk” for 30 years. The show airs each weekend in the Baltimore area as well as other cities. Mike is an avid runner and has completed 8 Boston Marathons. Mike lives in Timonium, Maryland.
Key Presentation Points:
- How the current opiate epidemic impacts today’s workplace.
- The impact of the medical and legalization of marijuana on the workplace and how businesses should prepare.
- The signs and symptoms of drug use in the workplace and business should prepare and address the issues...from policies to helping programs.
Thank You to our Event Sponsor
*Lunch Sponsorships avaialbe at $150 (includes 1 ticket and acknowledgement during program introduction)
Contact Carolyn Panzer at 410-344-1477, or email@example.com
ASA of Baltimore named "ASA 2017 Chapter of the Year"
On March 2, 2018, ASA of Baltimore was named "ASA Chapter of the Year", at its annual national convention, SUBExcel, in Tempe, Ariz.
"ASA of Baltimore chapter celebrated in style, its 50th anniversary. A tremendous achievement for any chapter, but an especially amazing one for a chapter that had just triumphed over huge debt, large loss of members, and financially struggling events. With new found enthusiasm from their President and Vice President, as well as their New Executive director, ASA of Baltimore is the place subcontractors really want to be."