The Basics of Drug and Alcohol in the Workplace
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Frontline Diagnostics - Australian Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace

Frontline Diagnostics - Australian Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace | The Basics of Drug and Alcohol in the Workplace | Scoop.it
Frontline Diagnostics is committed to best-practice in all its endeavours to provide Australian industry with premium products and services for a Drug-Safe Workplace.
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Develop a Drug-Free Workplace

In a drug-free workplace, the employer has taken steps and initiated policies to ensure that employees, vendors, and customers are not taking or using alcohol or drugs, selling drugs, or affected by the after effects of indulging in alcohol or drugs outside of the workplace during non-work time.
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Facts About Drug Tests | eHow

Facts About Drug Tests | eHow | The Basics of Drug and Alcohol in the Workplace | Scoop.it
Many companies today will test prospective employees for the use of illegal drugs. However, sometimes even people who don't use drugs can test positive for a drug test due to an error in the test or the test detecting a legal drug or substance as a completely different, illegal drug.
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Drug Testing In Workplace - YouTube

In the workplace today the drug test is being used as the "make or break" benchmark for a final decision on employment. Employers are under the impression that a drug test is an easy way to weed out undesirable and incompetent workers simply through whether or not they are able to pass a urinalysis test.

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Alcohol & Drugs in the Workplace - YouTube

Substance abuse in the workplace can seriously impair proper judgment and on-the-job performance. These substances are not limited to street drugs: the use of alcohol, prescription drugs, and even over-the-counter medications can affect decision-making abilities and motor skills.

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