Drugs are affecting employers in the workplace and parents, but many drug test kits have been created to address this issue. Now, parents can test their children in the privacy of their own homes, and employers can test their employees on the job discreetly and efficiently without waiting for the results to come back from the lab.
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Excessive drinking is not only a health concern but also a major cause of accidents. According to a study commissioned by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 1 in 6 persons consume alcohols at levels that put them at risk of causing injuries. In 2016 alone, about a fifth (22%) of Australians were casualties of alcohol-related incidents. Statistics from the World Health Organization show that 30 per cent of fatal accidents in the country is linked to alcohol abuse. According to the Organisation, the Aussies consume an average of 11.2 litres per year.
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By MediNat 2 months ago 73 Views No comments
In Australia, it’s increasingly important to conduct onsite drug and alcohol tests to protect your business from liability, increase business efficiency and enforce company policies that prohibit drug use for many valid reasons. In the rustic settings of the western parts of Australia, drug use is growing steadily - possibly because workers aren’t tested on the job.
By MediNat 2 months ago 52 Views No comments
For many Australian companies, pre-employment drug testing and random employee drug testing has become a common practice, but why? The truth is substance abuse can cause substantial problems in the workplace. From impaired ability and engaging in dangerous activity to workplace violence and a general lack of productivity, there are many reasons why drugs and the workplace simply don’t mix.