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We provide drug testing and drug safety services to the Darling Downs and Toowoomba area in Queensland.
This includes suburbs such as Harrisville, Kalbar, Boonah, Ebenezer, Laidley, Glenore Grove, Gatton, Lockyer, Grantham, Toowoomba, Highfields, Haden, Goombungee, Crows Nest, Pittsworth, Millmerran, Hodgson Vale, East Greenmount, Nobby, Clifton, Deuchar, Southbrook, Brookstead, Leyburn, Warwick, Swanfels, Tannymorel, Killarney, Dalveen, Limevale, Texas, Inglewood, Yelarbon, Goondiwindi, Kingsthorpe, Oakey, Cooyar, Jondaryan, Bowenville, Dalby, The Gums, Cecil Plains, Bell, Kingaroy, Warra, Brigalow, Chinchilla, Miles, Condamine, Surat, Guluguba, Wandoan, Taroom, Tara, Meandarra, Glenmorgan, Glenaubyn, Dulacca, Jackson, Yuleba, Wallumbilla, Injune, Roma, Muckadilla, Amby, Mitchell, Tyrconnel, Morven, Charleville, Adavale, Augathella, Tambo, Cooladdi, Quilpie, Dirranbandi, St George, Bollon, Claverton, Cunnamulla, Eulo, Thargomindah, Hungerford, Bungunya, Talwood, Thallon, Toobeah, Kingaroy, Yarraman and Nanango.
Drug-Safe Communities Darling Downs collaborates with workplace leaders, staff and our communities to implement practical solutions for a Drug-Safe Workplace.
We undertake Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Policy development, Mobile Drug Testing, Educational workshops, Certified Training Courses and Products for testing.
Drug-Safe Communities was founded by Michael White over 20 years ago and was the first workplace drug testing company to introduce mobile clinics and become accredited by the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA).
As a company at the forefront of AOD solutions in the workplace, Drug-Safe Australia has always sought to create a better understanding of the issues around substance abuse within our unique and treasured Australian society.
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