Workplace drugs and alcohol testing hits the small screen

How does Integrity Sampling conduct its workplace drug and alcohol testing? What do we do when someone produces a positive result?

For the answers to these questions and so much more, Integrity Sampling has produced a 22-minute video on workplace drugs and alcohol testing.

As well as provided brief information on Integrity Sampling and the services we provide, the video discusses:

  • The advantages of saliva drug testing.
  • The type of drug and alcohol testing we do, including pre-employment testing and random testing.
  • Why workplace drug and alcohol testing is so important.
  • Alcohol and drugs in the workplace and the impacts to business, including the cost to Australian businesses.
  • What industries are most affected by misuse of drugs and alcohol.
  • The 7 most asked questions about drugs and alcohol, including:
    • Why we recommend saliva drug testing rather than urine testing
    • What drugs we test for
    • How are tests conducted and how accurate is testing
    • What if I’m taking prescribed medications
    • What are the windows of detection
    • What happens when someone tests positive
    • What are the alcohol drinking guidelines

The video shows a typical drug test being conducted and the process that is followed when someone does record a positive drug test, otherwise known as ‘chain of custody’ testing.

The video is presented by Integrity Sampling Director Michael Wheeldon.

To find out more about the video, view a short promotional video and to find out how to purchase a copy of the full-length version, go to our ‘Workplace drug and alcohol testing video’ page.

Having a workplace drugs and alcohol policy is essential in today’s business world.

Michael
About

Michael is the founder of Integrity Sampling and is responsible for overseeing all national operations. He is based at Integrity Sampling's head office in Thomastown and is also responsible for the co-ordination of drug and alcohol testing within Victoria, assisting in the implementation of drug and alcohol (fit for work) policies and the presentation of drug and alcohol education and awareness programs. You can connect with Michael Wheeldon on LinkedIn

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