Meth Detection ltd & Risk Assessment Specialist

What is your Risk?                                      

We provide high-quality and cost-effective consulting services that focus on providing the appropriate level of analysis to solve your problems and transform technical information into practical solutions. 

Our approach is to understand your risk assessment needs and then to provide clear and strategic advice on how to evaluate and manage these needs.

Our experienced risk mitigation specialists are fully trained and certified in their specific fields of expertise.

 The Services we offer include

Workplace Drug and Alcohol Screening   

 Is Drug Testing Legal?

Workplace drug and alcohol testing must take account of a number of laws including the Privacy Act 1993, the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990, and the Human Rights Act 1993.  

It must be non-discriminatory and not abuse the individual’s human rights.

Employers may use workplace drug and alcohol testing as a means of ensuring the health and safety of their employees.

Specifically, the common law and statutory duties on employers (and employees) are: the employer's duty to provide a safe workplace the employee's "duty of obedience and reasonable behaviour," and the general statutory duties on employers and employees under the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992. 

When is drug testing carried out?

  • Pre-Employment Testing
  • Post-Incident Testing

Employees involved in any significant accident or incident are tested immediately to identify whether drugs or alcohol were a factor.

  • Reasonable Cause Testing

Employees are tested if there is reasonable cause or suspicion of drug or alcohol use.

Random Or Periodic Testing
All employees, or an identified group (for example, those in safety sensitive positions) are tested on a random unannounced basis.

Random testing can mean either the random selection of employees to be tested or all employees within a group being tested at random times within a certain period.

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