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Worker Drug Use and Workplace Policies and Programs: Results from the 1994 and 1997 National Household Survey on Drug Abuse

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Figure 1.1 Trends in Current Illicit Drug and Heavy Alcohol Use Among Persons Age 18-49, by Employment Status, 1985-1997

Figure 2.1 Co-occurrence of Current Illicit Drug Use and Heavy Alcohol Use Among Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, 1994, 1997 (Estimated Numbers of Users in Parentheses, in 1,000s)

Figure 2.2  Distribution of the Full-Time Workforce, Age 18-49, by Establishment Size, 1994 (Estimated Number = 77,842,000), 1997 (Estimated Number = 81,282,000)

Figure 2.3 Percentage and Estimated Number of Current Illicit Drug Use Among Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, by Establishment Size, 1994, 1997

Figure 2.4 Percentage and Estimated Number of Current Heavy Alcohol Use Among Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, by Establishment Size, 1994, 1997

Figure 3.1 Percent of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting Various Workplace Outcomes, by Current Illicit Drug Use and Heavy Alcohol Use, 1997

Figure 3.2  Percent of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting Various Workplace Outcomes, by Current Illicit Drug Use and Heavy Alcohol Use, 1997

Figure 4.1 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting That Their Workplace Provides Information, Has a Written Policy, or Provides Access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Concerning Drug or Alcohol Use, by Establishment Size, 1994, 1997

Figure 4.2 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting That Their Workplace Provides Information, Has a Written Policy, or Provides Access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Concerning Drug or Alcohol Use, by Establishment Size and Current Illicit Drug Use, 1994, 1997

Figure 4.3 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting That Their Workplace Provides Information, Has a Written Policy, or Provides Access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Concerning Drug or Alcohol Use, by Establishment Size and Current Heavy alcohol Use, 1994, 1997

Figure 4.4  Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting That Their Workplace Has Provided Information About the Use of Alcohol or Drugs, by Occupation Categories, 1994, 1997

Figure 4.5  Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting That Their Workplace Has a Written Policy About Employee Use of Alcohol or Drugs, by Occupation Categories, 1994, 1997

Figure 4.6  Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting That Their Workplace Provides Access to Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) for Employees Who Have Drug or Alcohol Problems, by Occupation Categories, 1994, 1997

Figure 5.1 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18 - 49, Reporting Workplace Drug Testing Programs, by Type of Program, 1994, 1997

Figure 5.2 Percent of Full-Time Workers, Age 18 - 49, Reporting Workplace Drug Testing Programs, by Type of Program and Establishment Size, 1994 and 1997

Figure 5.3 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18 -49, Reporting Workplace Drug Testing Programs, by Type of Program and Current Illicit Drug Use, 1994, 1997

Figure 5.4 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18 -49, Reporting They Would be Less Likely to Work for an Employer Who Tests for Drugs in Various Circumstances, by Establishment Size and Current Illicit Drug Use, 1994, 1997

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