"The prevention of addictive behaviors tends to become one of the parameters of company management and an issue of social responsibility." This was stated by the Interministerial Mission for the Fight against Drugs and Addictive Behaviours (Mildeca), in the document presenting in March the government's five-year mobilization strategy. And according to 64% of health professionals, cannabis, after alcohol and tobacco, is the psychoactive substance that poses the most problem among workers, according to a study conducted for the INRS (National Institute for Research and Safety for the Prevention of Accidents at Work and Occupational Diseases) — a study on the prevention of addictive practices in companies conducted in November 2021 by the Cemka Institute among 1,245 health service professionals at work (doctors, nurses, psychologists and ergonomists).
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