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Nightmare for employers if cannabis legalised – expert

first_imgNewsHub 7 May 2019Family First Comment: “An employment expert is warning legalising cannabis will be a nightmare for employers wanting to ensure health and safety in the workplace.”An employment expert is warning legalising cannabis will be a nightmare for employers wanting to ensure health and safety in the workplace.On Tuesday, the Government announced Kiwis will vote on legislation to legalise recreational cannabis at the 2020 election.Draft legislation will include an age restriction of 20 years to use cannabis, regulations and commercial supply controls, and limited home-growing options.Cannabis consumption would be allowed within private homes and on licenced premises.That concerns employment law specialist Max Whitehead, who told Newshub employers already face the issue of alcohol consumption disrupting workplace productivity and health and safety.Legalising cannabis may only add fuel to that fire and lead to frequent drug tests for employees.“We have already got alcohol which is impairing employees’ judgement and their ability to work in unsafe situations. Drugs are only going to compound that matter,” he said.READ MORE: https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/05/nightmare-for-employers-if-cannabis-legalised-expert.htmllast_img read more

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Townend hits treble top

first_imgPaul Townend completed a treble on his first visit to Warwick on Arbre De Vie and Glens Melody, both trained by his boss Willie Mullins, and on Robert Walford’s Camping Ground. She will head for the Grade One OLBG Mares’ Hurdle in which she was second to her illustrious stablemate Quevega last March. “She was the best horse in the race and entitled to do that,” said Townend. “That should put her spot on for Cheltenham, hopefully. She’s entitled to go there and with a big chance.” Arbre De Vie (11-10 favourite) easily took the Download Titanbet App Novices’ Hurdle by 11 lengths. “He jumped well and galloped on well. I’m sure he can build on that again,” said Townend. Camping Ground (5-2 favourite) defied top weight on his British debut with a promising display in the titanbet.co.uk Handicap Chase. The five-year-old French import was four and a half lengths too good for Al Alfa. “He’s only a baby and will be a good horse one day,” said Walford. Glens Melody (8-13 favourite) is bound for Cheltenham after winning the olbg.com Mares’ Hurdle for the second year running. The talented seven-year-old outclassed the opposition and was not hard pressed to beat the ultra consistent Emily Gray by seven lengths. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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