For Employees Promoting Recovery in the Workplace

Workers in construction, farming, hospitality, manufacturing, and oil and gas are often at greater risk for opioid dependency, addiction, and overdose. However, opioid use disorder can affect people in any industry. You can help create a healthy workplace environment by:

  • Learning the early warning signs of addiction
  • Educating your coworkers about the dangers of misusing prescription medication
  • Asking your employer to create workplace policies that support treatment and recovery

Visit our resources page for more information on how you can Stand Up for your coworkers.

Workers in construction, farming, hospitality, manufacturing, and oil and gas are often at greater risk for opioid dependency, addiction, and overdose. However, opioid use disorder can affect people in any industry. You can help create a healthy workplace environment by:

  • Learning the early warning signs of addiction
  • Educating your coworkers about the dangers of misusing prescription medication
  • Asking your employer to create workplace policies that support treatment and recovery

Visit our resources page for more information on how you can Stand Up for your coworkers.