In an article for The Roar, Glenn Mitchell poses a question asking if we really need to know if Australian Football League players are drug users.
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A new study from German researchers is saying that a hair drug test can lead to a false positive, mainly because it can also detect secondhand traces of marijuana on someone who isn’t even using the substance, says Susan Scutti in a report for Medical Daily.
The decision to enforce in phases the drug and alcohol fitness for work amendments–specifically the compulsory drug tests–for the building and construction industry under the Building Code 2013 has been welcomed by Master Builders Australia, a major Australian building and construction industry association.
A merchant seaman who asked not to be identified has claimed that a significant number of fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) workers in Australia’s resources industry regularly cheat on their urine drug tests, reports Brendan Foster for Stuff.co.nz.
How effective are workplace drug policies? Very, if a recently published study on how good Australian workplaces are at dealing with drug and alcohol use among employees is to be believed.
In just three years, prescription painkiller misuse in Australia has almost doubled, says a report by Alana Schetzer for The Sydney Morning Herald.
Fair Work Building and Construction (FWBC) will be giving employers in the construction industry up to February next year to comply with the amendments to the Building Code with regards to drug and alcohol requirements, says a report from OHSAlert.
There’s an article on the Daily Examiner featuring a mother’s struggle to come to terms with her son’s ice addiction, as she asks how her child could have become addicted to the drug that is getting a lot of attention in Australian media lately.