Implementing workplace drug testing isn’t as simple as it seems. Employers naturally want to hire staff who do not use illegal drugs. However, workers claim that such a program violates their right to privacy. As a business leader, it’s your job to find a balance between these equally valid points. You have to fully understand […]
We provide drug and alcohol testing and drug safety services to Brisbane CBD, northern Brisbane and surrounding areas in Queensland.
Drug Testing at the Workplace
According to WHS legislation, any business is required to identify risk factors at work and minimise them — and that includes your company!
If your business in North Brisbane does not have risk control procedures in place to address alcohol and drug influences, you could face catastrophic consequences.
There are real risks with long-term consequences associated with employee drug and alcohol use, such as:
- A dip in productivity
- High employee turnover
- Higher insurance premiums
- Workmans’ comp
Full range of drug and alcohol services
We offer a range of services crafted to keep your workplace safe:
- Drug and alcohol policy review and development
- Drug testing services, from pre-employment to random, available on-site
- Alcohol and other drugs training programme for supervisors and management
Comprehensive and convenient drug testing and detecting
Our mobile units are outfitted with everything we need to test for drugs and alcohol.
Our on-site services include:
- Pre-employment screening
- Drug testing due to cause or incident
- Blanket testing to identify potential issues
- Random drug testing via breath analysis, saliva test or urine test
- Return to work drug testing
- Discreet surface scanning of workspace — performed out-of-hours. We scan company vehicles, crib rooms, and office spaces and equipment for drug residue
Certify your place of business as “Drug-Safe”
A ‘Drug-Safe Certified Workplace’ builds your credibility and improves your reputation, attracting only the best talent that will boost your bottom line.
At Drug-Safe, we have years of experience and expertise to work with a broad range of industries. We understand that no two companies are identical are there are no one-size-fits-all approaches to safety.
We are agile in our service approach and will work with you to find the solution that fits your particular business and circumstances.
Trust that we will keep the risks as low as reasonably practicable. Our goal is to keep your employees healthy, safe, and productive, thereby protecting your company’s future.
Find out how Drug-Safe Australia can help your business achieve drug-safe status.
Drug and Alcohol Testing Providers in North Brisbane
Our mobile drug-testing units come to wherever you are in Australia. We have the most advanced tools and techniques to guard your business and employees against the dangers of drug use.
Our area of drug and alcohol testing services includes Brisbane CBD, Caboolture, Morayfield, Clontarf, Redcliffe, Kallangaur, Narangba, Dayboro, Burpengary, Sandstone Point, New Farm, Fortitude Valley, Hamilton, Pinkenba, Eagle Farm, Albion, Clayfield, Toombul, Northgate, Banyo, Sandgate, Taigum, Windsor, Gordon Park, Chermside, Aspley, Albany Creek, Bald Hills, Eatons Hill, Enoggera, Everton Park, Arana Hills, Ferny Grove, Kelvin Grove, Ashgrove and Bray Park.
Let us work together to implement a Drug & Alcohol Policy that best suits your company. Contact us now for a no-obligation discovery meeting.
Radio Interview with Ross Greenwood
This recent conversation with Drug-Safe founder and director Michael White was recorded on Ross Greenwood’s business programme on the Macquarie Network.
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