Joint Effects: Marijuana, Driving and Testing for Impairment

Sep 26

Joint Effects: Marijuana, Driving and Testing for Impairment

Sep 26 2017 - Sep 26 2017

As a CPCU Society member, you can access this webinar.

This webinar is presented by the CPCU Society and the Underwriting Interest Group.

Joint Effects: Marijuana, Driving and Testing for Impairment

Tuesday, September 26, 2017  2:00 pm Eastern

What it’s about:

Although the name suggests driving as the focus, the presentation helps participants understand the effects of marijuana use on a general basis. This webinar will also describe how those effects relate to driving impairment and how toxicology can be used to understand impairment-test results.

At the conclusion of this webinar, the active participant will understand:

  • The health effects of marijuana use
  • How current legal thresholds and the science supporting them affects liability may be more clearly identified
  • Emerging issues related to marijuana legalization

Who should attend:

Underwriters, claims professionals and agents and brokers would all benefit from this webinar.


Individual Pricing:

CPCU Society members: FREE
Nonmembers: $79

Group Pricing (Unlimited Participants at One Location):

CPCU Society members: FREE
Nonmembers: $189

Non-CPCU Society Members: To purchase this recorded webinar, please contact

Continuing Education for CPCUs

CPCUs who attend will be awarded one credit hour towards the CE for CPCUs program. Learn more about Continuing Education for CPCUs here.



Dr. Carla J. Kinslow

Dr. Carla Kinslow is a toxicologist with over 26 years of biomedical, regulatory, and environmental experience. She specializes in regulatory compliance for risk-based remediation assessment, soil and groundwater toxicology, and state and federal air permits. She has served as manager for various regulatory projects where she helped design and implement air monitoring networks, ground water monitoring networks, and remediation scopes, with subsequent assessment of human health impacts based on collected data. She has extensive experience in National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), and federal and state regulatory rules regarding air, soil, and water toxicology. Dr. Kinslow also has extensive experience in the evaluation of health risks based on genetic predisposition to disease from environmental, occupational, and pharmaceutical exposures.

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