Proactive Workplace Drug and Alcohol Risk Management Services
Ensuring members of your team are not working while affected by drugs and alcohol involves more than drug testing people. It means changing the workplace mindset toward drugs and alcohol. Doing so has profound and positive impacts on their lives and your business.
Drug and Alcohol Policy Development
The first step to becoming DrugProof
Actively managed drug and alcohol policies.
Policies that go beyond drug testing people and focus on impairment and consider all facets of business risk, including Health and Safety.
Identifying issues with drugs and alcohol is inevitable
When drug testing people, issues will be identified. How you respond is what makes the difference. We have the experience and relationships that help people address habits and behaviours and improve performance.
To help PCBUs develop and implement policies and procedures in the workplace that allow the business and its people to flourish because the negative influences of drugs and/or alcohol have been eliminated.
Our Core Values
What you can expect when working with us.
We put people first in everything we do.
We tell you what you need to know.
We provide excellent returns on the investments people make.
We actively challenge the status quo.
We push the boundaries of best practice.
We deliver what people want when they need it.
Our Clients Say
Debbie’s experience and knowledge have been invaluable in helping us implement an effective drug and alcohol policy, that allows the risks to be well managed without compromising our business operations.
Auckland Commercial Business Operator
Having the ability to bring large parts of our drug and alcohol policy testing programme in-house, gives us control over the process and massively reduces costs. Knowing we have the back up from Debbie and her team gives us confidence in moving this forward.
National Contractor Group
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