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Drug Information

The first step in controling drug or alcohol use in the work place, is learning how to recognize the signs and symptoms of the employee who is abusing them.

Drug use in the workplace

Nearly 75 percent of all adult illicit drug users are employed, as are most binge and heavy alcohol users. Studies show that when compared with nonsubstance abusers, substance-abusing employees are more likely to:
     change jobs frequently            be late to or absent from work
     be less productive employees    be involved in a workplace accident
     file a workers compensation claim.

Benefits to having drug-free workplace programs

  • Employers with successful drug-free workplace programs report improvements in morale and productivity, and decreases in absenteeism, accidents, downtime, turnover, and theft.
  • Employers with longstanding programs report better health status among employees and family members and decreased use of medical benefits by these same groups.
  • Some organizations with drug-free workplace programs qualify for incentives, such as decreased costs for workers compensation and other kinds of insurance.

Specific Drug Types

  Alcohol Amphetamines Anabolic Steroids  
  Barbiturates Benzodiazepines Cocaine  
  Ketamine LSD Marijuana  
  Methaqualone Opiates Phencyclidine (PCP)  
  Propoxyphene Rohypnol MDMA  

Common Drugs of use A-Z

Adderall Alcohol Amytal
Andropen Ativan Biphetamine
Cocaine Crystal Meth Detandienon
Dexedrine Dilaudid Ecstasy
Fentanyl GHB Halcion
Heroin Ketamine Librium
Lorcet Lortab LSD
Marijuana Methadone Methamphetamine
Methaqualone Morphine Nandrolone Decanoate
Nembutal OxyContin Percocet
Percodan Phencyclidine (PCP) Phenobarbital
Propoxyphene Quaaludes Ritalin
Rohypnol Rohypnol Seconal
Stanozolol Testosterone Trenbolone
Tylox Valium Vicodin

Depressants (Downers)

Proprietary Name Substance Type DEA Schedule*
Beer, Wine, Liquor Alcohol Not Scheduled
Amytal Barbiturate II
Nembutal Barbiturate II
Phenobarbital Barbiturate IV
Seconal Barbiturate II
Ativan Benzodiazepine IV
Halcion Benzodiazepine IV
Librium Benzodiazepine IV
Rohypnol Benzodiazepine IV
Valium Benzodiazepine IV
Xanax Benzodiazepine IV

Stimulants (Uppers)

Proprietary Name Substance Type DEA Schedule*
Ritalin Methyl- phenidate II
Adderall Amphetamine II
Biphetamine Amphetamine II
Crystal Meth Methamphetamine II
Dexedrine Amphetamine II
Coke, Crack, Blow Cocaine II

Opioids and Morphine Derivatives (Pain Killers)

Proprietary Name Substance Type DEA Schedule*
Dilaudid Opiate II
Fentanyl Opiate I
Heroin Opiate I
Lorcet Opiate II
Lortab Opiate II
Methadone Opiate I
Morphine Opiate I
OxyContin Opiate II
Percocet Opiate II
Percodan Opiate II
Tylox Opiate II
Vicodin Opiate II

    *Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Schedule I and II drugs have a high potential for abuse. They require greater storage security and have a quota on manufacture among other restrictions. Schedule I drugs are available for research only and have no approved medical use. Schedule II drugs are available only through prescription, cannot have refills and require a form for ordering. Schedule III and IV drugs are available with prescription, may have 5 refills in 6 months and may be ordered orally. Most Schedule V drugs are available over the counter.