There is a mounting call for a change in Australia’s drug laws to make drug use a public health issue and not a criminal issue, and three federal MPs have just added their voices to that call, says Nick Jarvis in an article for InTheMix.Read More
If you thought only athletes from traditional sports are prone to taking performance-enhancing drugs, think again. With the admission of some professional gamers that they have been boosting their performance levels by taking drugs like Adderall, pro gaming league ESL has taken the initiative to actually implement drug testing procedures on gamers who join its tournaments.Read More
David Hayes, one of the top horse trainers in Australia, has added his voice to the growing clamour for trainers across the country to drug test their staff after the Shopaholic incident, in which the said horse tested positive for methamphetamine or ‘ice’Read More
Drug screening in the workplace has been around for some time now, and few people will doubt that it has benefited countless employers and employees over the years.
Following are 15 of the most impactful benefits of drug testing at the workplace. Some of these may surprise you.Read More
An article written by Claire Tyrrell for The West Australian reports an incident which clearly illustrates how unreliable employees who abuse drugs can be. A truck driver who failed a roadside drug test conducted by police just quit his job and left behind the horse transport truck he was driving and its cargo.Read More
A group of construction bosses in Queensland is pushing for the implementation of mandatory drug tests on building sites to curb the worsening ice problem in the construction industry, says Daryl Passmore in a report for The Courier Mail.
The Australian government may be at the forefront of the battle against the worsening ice problem in Australia, but Ken Lay, head of the anti-ice taskforce formed by PM Tony Abbott, says communities across Australia should do their part too, and the Commonwealth should find ways to help them.Read More