Managing performance-enhancing drugs in the workplace: an OSH perspective


This article provides an update on the latest developments regarding occupational safety and health risks posed by performance-enhancing drugs in the workplace.

It seeks to understand the broader context in which workers use performance-enhancing drugs, for example by exploring the social and economic circumstances in which someone is likely to take such drugs, and by considering how they are reported on in the media.

The findings aim to stimulate discussion, and they address the implications for managers and policy-makers.

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