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British Company Urges Employers to Conduct Random Drug Testing

random drug testingIn light of the heavy losses that British businesses are sustaining due to drug and alcohol issues among their workforce, an alcohol and drug governmental organisation in the United Kingdom is exhorting other companies to implement random drug testing in the workplace, says an article in the Lincolnshire Echo. (more…)

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More Australian Mines Targeted in Anti-drug Raids

mining siteAs it is, the mining industry is already a high risk place for work. Mine workers face more dangers on a daily basis than your typical labourer in any other industry. Drug use, however, has made mining an even more dangerous job. This is the case with the Australian mining industry, which has a long history of dealing with drug-related issues among its workers.

Over the years, Australian mines have been the subject of police in anti-drug operations that have resulted in numerous drug arrests, and it’s not about to slow down anytime soon as authorities have promised that there will be more Australian mines targeted in anti-drug raids in the future.

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How to Tell if a Colleague is a Heroin User

heroin userHeroin is one of the most addictive substances in existence. Synthesised from a poppy plant and classified as an opiate, heroin is an illegal but very popular drug in most countries, Australia included. Due to its popularity, it is quite possible that many members of the workforce are into this drug, making it a matter of concern for employers and employees alike.

To help you accurately tell if a colleague is a heroin user or not, here are some useful tips.

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