Having a fair and effective Drug and Alcohol Policy in the workplace is at the core of creating a quality drug-testing regime. This is the start of creating a drug-free environment.
It is now commonplace for companies to have a drug and alcohol policy. However like any company policy the Drug and Alcohol Policy should be reviewed as new cases are brought before the Employment Courts bringing with them new decisions and requirements relating to drug testing in the workplace.
TDDA is recognised as the industry leader in on-site workplace drug and alcohol testing. TDDA has seen many of the pitfalls companies have fallen into from not heeding expert advice and rushing into testing their employees without sound advice from the experts.
TDDA has been involved with a large number of Australasian companies implementing drug and alcohol policies into their workplace.
TDDA offers a turn-key program which allows your company to become drug free and a safer workplace. TDDA will tailor your policy to meet your company's specific needs and requirements.
TDDA helps you to send a clear message to employees about the purpose of the drug screening programme with assurances that it will be administered fairly. We work with you throughout the process, from policy design through referral to making available an Employee Assistance programme. Comprehensive on-site Drug and Alcohol Training and education packages are available for both employees and management.
TDDA will assist in reviewing any current Drug and Alcohol policy to ensure its relevance in today’s environment of ever changing legislation and case law.
No two workplaces are the same and your Drug and Alcohol policy needs to reflect who you are as an organisation. We develop policies to fit your specific needs and those of your workforce.
TDDA assists our clients in any policy consultation as required. Having our expertise on hand during the process is worth its weight in gold and will save you valuable time and money.
TDDA have the relevant knowledge and networks in workplace health and safety (WHS) to create a Drug and Alcohol policy, tailored specifically for your organisation.