The short answer is, yes. But if and only if your company has a clearly worded, legally binding and properly communicated drug and alcohol policy. This legality of this has recently been put to the test. Related posts: How Not To Conduct Drug Tests – Actual Case Black Market Prescription Drugs FWC Orders Worker Who…
We provide drug and alcohol testing at the workplace and drug safety services throughout the NSW North Coast.
Ensuring a Drug-Safe Workplace for Everyone
We have been living locally and managing /owning businesses in the NSW North Coast for the last 20 years. Unfortunately, in that time we have seen the increase of drug related incidents. We know there is no quick fix but we can be part of the change.
Under the banner of Drug-Safe Workplaces, we assist employers, sporting clubs, Nursing Homes, etc with a means to identify and deal with drug and alcohol abuse.
We help you keep your business and your employees safer by implementing a Drug and Alcohol Risk Management Program.
If we can encourage employees to think about their intake of drugs/alcohol and the impact that this has on themselves and fellow workers, the benefits will have a flow on effect – from increased safety and productivity in the workplace to benefits to family and our community.
We can help you with,
- Creating the right Drug and Alcohol Policy for your business or review your existing one.
- Training Supervisors and Management in their roles and responsibilities and what to look for when identifying a problem.
- Training on introduction of updated/new policy for all employees to develop an understanding of how it benefits them.
- On-Site drug testing – 100% confidential and efficient
Our on-site drug testing services include:
- for cause, or after incident
- blanket testing for overall site analysis and issue identification
- Random testing – breath analysis, Saliva, Urine.
- Return to work
We can help you find solutions to becoming a Drug-Safe certified workplace and be rewarded with the knowledge that your business is contributing to changing lives and the community.
We service your business on the NSW North Coast. This includes localities such as Guyra, Glen Innes, Deepwater, Tenterfield, South West Rocks, Kempsey, Telegraph Point, Port Macquarie, Wauchope, Macksville, Nambucca Heads, Bowraville, Coffs Harbour, Sawtell, Dorrigo, North Bellingen, Urunga, Woolgoolga, Grafton, Ulmarra, Maclean, Yamba, Harwood, Iluka, Woombah, Casino, Coraki, Woodburn, Evans Head, Kyogle, Urbenville, Woodenbong, Alstonville, Ballina, Bangalow, Lismore, Byron Bay, Mullumbimby, Brunswick Heads, Lord Howe Island, Cottonvale, Thulimbah, The Summit, Applethorpe, Stanthorpe, Glen Aplin, Ballandean and Wallangarra.
David and Kathy Hawkins, your local Drug-Safe business owners, dedicate their time and energies into making our community safer by a philosophy of “being able to sleep at night”.
Having operated our business for the past 15 years, we continue to provide products that ensure safety for all. We understand the challenges of providing a quality product and producing viable outcomes.
Your employees are instrumental in your businesses success and their safety and health are our major priority. We not only desire for them to be fit for Work but also fit for their families. This is why we provide drug and alcohol testing for NSW North Coast areas.
Running a business in today’s economic climate can produce many challenges that we as local business owners understand. Not only are we to produce our day-to-day products and services but we also must comply with Government Legislative and other requirements. That is workplace Health and Safety, Policy development, Staff training, emergency management etc.
Let us help support and provide you with solutions for you and your business to produce the best outcome for you and your employees.
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