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Drug testing in Tasmania

Hobart drug testing nabs motorists

A Mercury article has revealed that 8 out of 10 drivers who underwent drug testing in a Hobart major traffic operation on the weekend tested positive to drugs. That’s a staggering 80% of drivers tested! It’s worth pointing out that

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Home drug testing fails Tasmanian worker

As we’ve mentioned before in our blogs, if you use a home drug testing or alcohol testing kit only do so as a guide, as a person in Tasmania found out the hard way. As reported on news.com.au recently, the

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Drug testing in Tasmania kicking goals

We know that random drug testing in Tasmania is carried out on our roadsides and in our workplaces, but now there are calls to implement it in local football! According to ABC News, the calls for random drug testing in

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Cocaine still a target of drug testing in Tasmania

When Integrity Sampling started conducting drug testing in Tasmania and other parts of Australia, ICE was better known as a product that was kept in the freezer, there were more known drink drivers on our roads than people driving under

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Drug testing using your toilet? It’s happening in Tasmania too!

Drug testing using your toilet? It may sound somewhat bizarre and unbelievable but it’s true. According to The Mercury, authorities in Tasmania are conducting drug testing using wastewater at five unnamed locations across the state. At this stage the program

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Hi-tech drug testing equipment for your Tasmanian business

The world seems to be hooked on technology these days, so when it comes to workplace drug testing in Tasmania it’s perhaps not surprising to hear that Integrity Sampling uses a hi-tech marvel that makes testing quick and extremely accurate.

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Local footballers to face drug testing in Tasmania?

Police have conducted random roadside drug testing in Tasmania since 2005 and Integrity Sampling has conducted workplace drug testing in the state well before this, but now there are calls for local football players and sport people in general to

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