History of discussion paper DIS-12-03, Fitness for Duty: Proposals for Strengthening Alcohol and Drug Policy, Programs and Testing
The period for providing feedback on the comments received ended on October 17, 2012.
- November 21, 2013: The What We Heard Report was published.
- November 5, 2012: View feedback provided on the comments
- October 17, 2012: Period for providing feedback on the comments received has closed.
- September 19 to October 17, 2012: Invitation to provide feedback on the comments received during consultation is open for 20 business days. View comments received during consultation and invitation to provide feedback on these comments. Note that the comments are posted in the language in which they were received.
- August 31, 2012: Consultation has ended.
- July 23 2012: Consultation period is extended to August 31, 2012. Read the consultation version of the document, along with Information Bulletin 12-31 for further details.
- April 10 to August 7, 2012: Consultation. An invitation to comment on the document is posted on the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission website for a 120-day period. Read the consultation version of the document, along with Information Bulletin 12–18 for further details.
This discussion paper presents the CNSC's proposals for alcohol and drug policy, programs and testing requirements for Canada's nuclear power plant licensees. The objective of these proposals is to strengthen existing fitness for duty requirements as they relate to substance use. Although the proposals are currently limited to nuclear power plants, the CNSC is open to receiving feedback on expanding the scope to include other licensed nuclear facilities.
- INFO-0831 – Recent Alcohol and Drug Workplace Policies in Canada: Considerations for the Nuclear Industry (PDF)
For questions or information directly related to DIS-12-03, please contact:
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
P. O. Box 1046, Station B
Telephone: 613-995-5894 or 1-800-668-5284 (Canada only)
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