RCU products address cannabis at work, at home, on the road, and other regional laws and policies.
How does Cannabis affect employers and employees?
The course empowers employees and employers with the critical insight required to reduce risk and liability related to cannabis. The course is appropriate for: executives, managers, unions, universities, schools, restaurants, bars, and others who are looking to limit the risk of cannabis use through understanding of the facts and laws.
Courses are customized for specific industries including: bars and restaurants, commercial drivers, small businesses, enterprises, manager courses, satety sensitive jobs and more.
Cannabis laws are new, continually evolving, province specific, and hard to figure out.
DontBeSorry.ca is an educational campaign aimed to inform consumers and organizations about cannabis laws across Canada.
RCU Workplace Policy
Cannabis laws affect all employees and employers. Do you have a cannabis worplace policy at work?
Many workplaces have an impairment policy at work. These policies do address alcohol and drugs. However, cannabis is now legal in Canada. Having a cannabis specific policy at work can help address real risks for employees and employers.
CannEd Retail is a collection of educational tools
built by experts for cannabis retailers
This educational portal can be easily installed on the dispensary operators website, offering a number of tools to educate their visitors - quizzes, how high am I calculators, and regional law, and more.
Digital displays inside the store share key facts and direct users to the online educational portal on the operators website.