How to Identify Cannabis Impairment
To ensure your facility is in full compliance, you cannot sell cannabis items to a customer who is visibly intoxicated. Our training will show you how to identify cannabis impairment and it is perfect training for dispensary staff training so cannabis businesses are protected.
Visible intoxication is evident from specific types of behaviors such as lack of coordination, slurred speech, etc. That being said, sometimes these behaviors are not quite obvious considering occasional or long term users, yet, you are expected to recognize visible intoxication.
In this training, you will learn the techniques to evaluate the warning signs and how to manage troubled customers. Following this, you will find out a variety of products made from the cannabis plant and the subsequent impairment effects and its duration.
Furthermore, you will learn more about workplace impairment and the importance of education and training to ensure health and safety. It also gives an overview of the responsibilities and duties of the employer, supervisor, and employees. The training outlines on how to professionally take control of the situation after you recognize someone who is intoxicated.
- You will discover the onset of impaired behavior post cannabis consumption, the effects, and its duration in occasional and long term users.
- Video: Interactive Training
- Resource: eBook Guide
- Assessment: Quiz Activity
- Display: Digital Certificate
- You will explore a detailed outline of signs of impairment to help you recognize the intoxication together with psychosocial indicators in customers and at the workplace.
- You will learn intervention techniques to tackle intoxicated customers with professional courtesy and empathized words. Paralleling handling impairments at the workplace for the safety of employees and employers.
- You will master recognizing cannabis intoxications in varied situations like the workplace or during the sale of cannabis along with measures to be taken post identification to safeguard community, workplace, and business.