When purchasing gloves for the workplace, whether it be for drug testing or additional use cases, there’s often concern around which is more effective: latex or nitrile.
While they are both suitable options for protection, depending on a range of factors, including the environment or allergies, one may be a more appropriate solution than another.
Using infrared technology, a forehead thermometer measures the surface temperature of the skin without requiring the test administrator to touch them. Non-contact infrared thermometers or NCITs provide a safe, contactless way to test temperature in the workplace. Read on to learn how to use an infant thermometer.
Safe Work Australia has updated policies regarding work safety during COVID-19. From implementing physical distance measures to using contactless solutions to check temperature, there are a range of methods you can implement in the workplace to keep employees protected and minimise their risk of infection.
Long-term isolation has a profound effect on our mental and physical health. While long-term isolation has been known to cause a host of issues, there is another underlying issue that may rear its head: alcohol and drug abuse and dependency.
Both employers and employees have a duty to take care of their own health and to ensure that their behaviour doesn’t adversely affect others around them. That’s why now more than ever, employers from large corporations, smaller privately-owned businesses and areas within the government are turning to testing their staff at regular intervals.
One of the common methods to screen employees or potential employees for drug use is the urine drug test kit. Available in different test strip combinations to detect a wide range of drugs, urine tests are increasingly utilised to reduce the impact of drugs in the workplace.