Assistance with development of
Drug & Alcohol Policies and
Management Plans as well as
testing in accordance with
AS/NZS 4308: 2008 requirements.
Drug & Alcohol Testing and Management
Alcohol and other drug usage becomes an issue if a worker’s ability to exercise judgement, coordination, motor control, concentration and alertness at the workplace is impaired.
The goal for developing a Drug and Alcohol Policy in the workplace is to prevent and reduce harm associated with people being impaired by drugs and alcohol and promote the safety of the workplace and public.
An effective strategy is to implement random Drug & Alcohol testing in the workplace for all employees and subcontractors.
Frequency of testing is recommended to be at least 4 times a year targeting a minimum selection of 10% of the total workforce.
Urine Drug testing is conducted in accordance with AS/NZS4308:2008 requirements.
Any initial non-negative urine drug test result requires mandatory confirmatory testing using GCMS methodology at a NATA accredited laboratory.
Breath Alcohol testing is consistent with AS3457:1997 requirements using calibrated, hand-held Type-2 electronic devices.
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