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zero tolerance policy

MEDSPEAK—UK

A popular term for NHS management’s position regarding the protection of staff against incidences of violence (zero tolerance) must be a priority under Improving Working Lives in ensuring that staff have a safe working environment and do not suffer stress and harm from physical and/or non-physical assault or abuse.

Reference www.nhs.uk/zerotolerance/intro.htm 

SUBSTANCE ABUSE—US

The stance taken by the US government, that any type of drug abuse is punishable by incarceration.  

Many workers believe the policy has widely failed to meet its objectives and criminalised a segment of the population who are guilty of nothing more that having addictive personalities

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