Support your Health and Safety agenda with Drinkaware at Work

Alcohol education to reduce the risk of alcohol-related health and safety risks in the workplace.

 

How alcohol can affect health and safety

Did you know that 89,000 people may be turning up to work hungover or still under the influence of alcohol every day?1 

Many of us are unaware of the effect’s alcohol has the day after drinking. It can take up to 18 hours to regain concentration and alertness which can increase the likely hood of accidents in the workplace2

How Drinkaware at Work supports employee safety 

Drinkaware at Work has been designed to educate and dispel common misconceptions around alcohol, empowering employees to make better, more informed choices about alcohol to keep them safe at work.

Group sessions

We deliver one-hour interactive groups sessions giving your employees Everything they need to know about alcohol; from an explanation of units and drink strength, to the impact on their overall physical and mental health and covering the potential risks at work the day after drinking. We provide impartial facts and advice, empowering employees to make better choices about their drinking.

Find out more about group sessions

e-learning

The Drinkaware at Work e-learning course allows employees to learn about the effects of alcohol in their own time, at their own pace. Our three bite-sized modules feature videos, quizzes and a certificate on completion, delivering the facts about alcohol in an engaging, interactive way.

Find out more about e-learning options

What participants have said 

"We are delighted with the impact the Drinkaware at Work training has had. We are proud to be seen as leaders in the industry regarding responsible drinking"

- Distell

   

Bookings and enquiries

Get in touch with the team and we'll be happy to discuss your needs:

Email DAW@drinkaware.co.uk

Call 0207 7669908

 

References

1) Institute of Alcohol Studies. (2019). Financial headache: the cost of workplace hangovers and intoxication to the UK economy. IAS, London. [Online]. Available at: http://www.ias.org.uk/uploads/pdf/IAS%20reports/rp35062019.pdf. [Accessed 3 July 2019].

2) Verster, J.C. (2007). Alcohol hangover effects on driving and flying. International Journal on Disability and Human Development, 6(4), 361-368.]

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