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Requirements
NPR 3792.1D
Effective Date: May 14, 2018
Expiration Date: May 14, 2023
COMPLIANCE IS MANDATORY FOR NASA EMPLOYEES
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Subject: NASA’s Plan for a Drug Free Workplace (Updated w/Change 2)

Responsible Office: Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer


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Chapter 6. Training and Education

6.1 Supervisory Training

6.1.1 The Agency will provide training to assist supervisors in recognizing and addressing illegal drug use by employees.

6.1.2 Training is required of all supervisors and may be presented as a separate course or be included as part of an ongoing supervisory training program.

6.1.3 Training will be provided as soon as possible after a person assumes supervisory responsibility; however, failure to receive such training does not invalidate otherwise proper management decisions.

6.1.4 The purpose of supervisory training with respect to the DFWP is to provide the following information:

a. Agency policies relevant to work-performance problems, drug use and prevention, and the EAP, including associated supervisory responsibilities.

b. The rights of employees.

c. The responsibilities of offering EAP services.

d. The process for recognizing and documenting performance and behavioral changes.

e. Understanding the role of supervisors, HR staff, legal counsel, and EAP clinicians when addressing matters related to the suspicion or finding of drug use.

f. How to use the EAP.

g. The process of reintegrating employees into the workforce who have successfully completed a rehabilitative program.

6.2 Employee Education

6.2.1 Each Center is responsible for offering drug education to all employees that include the following objectives:

a. Types and effects of drugs.

b. Employee rights.

c. Symptoms of drug use and its effect on performance and conduct.

d. The relationship of the EAP to the DFWP.

e. Other relevant treatment, rehabilitative, and confidentiality issues.

6.2.2 Drug education activities may include the distribution of electronic and written materials, visual media, lunchtime employee forums, employee drug-awareness days, and Web-based training.



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