Can Worker Camps Reduce Alcohol and Substance Abuse?

A new study shows workforce housing in oil, gas and mining industries can help prevent — or at least minimize — alcohol and substance abuse among workers.
Can Worker Camps Reduce Alcohol and Substance Abuse?
Healthy workplaces are physical and social environments that support individual and organizational health.

Alcohol and substance abuse costs the Canadian economy $24.3 billion per year in lost productivity and about 10 times that in the United States. Drinking on the job, working with hangovers, the use of more sick days and higher accident rates all contribute to these staggering...

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