Cabinet Regulations 394 2008 regarding review procedures for alcohol, narcotics, psychotropic drugs or toxic substances. Alcohol and drug use by Norwegian workers – Pilot Study (529Kb PDF) Severe attitude to alcohol and drug use in the workplace (employer has the right to impose sanctions). The report “Alcohol in Europe: A Public Health Perspective” (6.79 MB PDF), published in 2006 by the European Commission`s Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection, notes that alcohol is the third highest risk factor for disease out of 26 in the European Union. Alcohol is responsible for 195,000 deaths a year and accounts for 12% of men`s premature mortality and 2% of women`s premature mortality, with the economic cost to the EU estimated at EUR 125 billion per year. Have they consumed alcoholic beverages more than three times a week in the past 12 months – in addition to the national legislation and national agreements discussed above, many European countries have adopted a number of sectoral measures and provisions (see Table A2 in appendix). The presence of alcohol and drugs also varies considerably from one occupational group to another, with differences in the nature of the addictive substance. With regard to alcohol, the Securex 2008 study on the alcohol consumption of Belgian workers (in Dutch), the French health barometer 2005 (in French, 7.4 Mb PDF) and a 2009 survey on labour and health (in Finnish, 872Kb PDF) by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Medicine (FIOH) suggests that regular alcohol consumption among male workers (workers) is particularly important in some of the sectors most affected by the problem (farmers , drivers, workers, waiters and bartenders and unskilled or manual workers), especially compared to other categories such as craftsmen, business managers, managers and intermediate workers. According to the Spanish Drug Observatory 2007-2008 (5.96 Mb PDF in Spanish), alcohol consumption is high among primary sector workers, Horeca and construction workers, while drugs are more frequently used in the horeca and construction sectors; 18.8% and 18.1% of men employed in horeca and 18.1%. The construction industry has used cannabis in the past 12 months.
The survey was carried out in 2010 by the Motor Transport Institute (ITS), the Institute of Forensic Research (IES) and the Polish National Police. The main objective of this national survey was to determine the extent of alcohol, drug and drug use among drivers. She conducted a survey by survey that accompanied the most alcoholics to the side of the road by the police. In some countries, alcohol and drug testing may be included in clauses in employment contracts.