This module will enable Washington state cannabis industry professionals to better understand the legal requirements of the sexual harassment and sexual assault required training, SB 5258, for all retail workers.
Help protect your dispensary or retail organization with sexual harassment and discrimination prevention training.
Medical Marijuana 411’s Sexual Harassment training module meets the latest Washington state EEOC and state-mandated training requirements for retail workers (including all retail cannabis dispensary employees), including the Washington requirement for SB 5258.
Sexual Harassment prevention is an essential training course to ensure that employees are aware of their duty to report any behavior of a sexual nature that is unwelcome and to keep your dispensary compliant.
- Each section followed by endnote citation links to more than 800+ current, peer-reviewed research studies
- Legal Considerations for Medical Professionals (what medical professionals can and cannot do)
- 9 modules which consist of: legal framework, basics of the plant, the history, discovery, and science of the ECS, and how cannabinoid receptors work with our bodies. Further modules will delve into important topics like: how to medicate, inhalation versus ingestion, contraindications, drug on drug interactions, terpenes, The Entourage Effect, cannabinoids, THC, CBD, and how medical marijuana works with a variety of different ailments.
- Videos featuring: Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, Dr. Sue Sisley, Dr. Mark Ware, Dr. Donald Abrams and Dr. Jake Felice to help articulate section module content
- Multiple videos which illustrate the ECS, CB1 & CB2 receptors, patient stories and expert testimony on multiple cannabis related topics.
- Downloadable PDFs and graphics for review with colleagues, patients, and peers interested in the how’s and why’s medical marijuana is an option for patient treatment
- The impact of cannabis on the opioid addiction crisis
- Resource sections for further reading and review
The online course covers:
- Washington State Law – SB5258
- Sexual Harassment, Workplace Harassment, and Discrimination
- Sexual Assault Prevention
- Sexual Orientation, and Gender Identity (SOGI)
- Reporting, Retaliation, and Resources
- Tools for Employees, Supervisors, and Managers
- Panic Button Requirement
- Best Practices for Company Policies
- Washington Rights Commission Links
10 hours of Continuing Education credit with a downloadable certificate available at the end of course.
WA State Approval Number: MM411 INC – TRNG.TG.60663011-MMJC
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