DFWA

AcronymDefinition
DFWADallas-Fort Worth Arlington (Texas)
DFWADefence Force Welfare Association (Kingston, ACT, Australia; formerly known as the Regular Defence Force Welfare Association)
DFWADrug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 (US)
DFWADallas Fort Worth Airport (Texas)
DFWADallas Fort Worth Auto Auction (Texas)
DFWADepartment of Fisheries Western Australia
DFWADrug Free Workplace Association
DFWADrug Free Workplace Administrators
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But remember: an employer that is subject to DFWA or FOTETA must always consider if state law or federal rules takes precedence.
Employers who are federal contractors or who receive federal grants are subject to the limitations of the DFWA and FOTETA.
user under the DFWA because employees are prohibited from "engaging
drug test, but exempts employers that are subject to the DFWA or
The DFWA does not specifically regulate off-duty drug use, however.
In the interim, employers who fall under the purview of the DFWA should make sure their policies expressly prohibit drugs in the workplace, and they should know whether they are in a state that would allow for a zero-tolerance policy.
In the coming months, the risk management engagement will expand to include additional cities and counties within the DFWA Urban Area.
DFWA area decision-makers emphasized that a key factor in their decision to work with Digital Sandbox was Tampa, Florida's effective use of the RAC during that city's support of Super Bowl XVIII.
Catch and effort data must be provided to DFWA on each dive made during the collecting season.
They are all subject to a stringent translocation protocol developed by DFWA in liaison with industry (FDWA 1997b).
California recently enacted its Drug-Free Workplace Act (DFWA) of 1990.
The law also governs Utah's compliance with DFWA. (30)