July 21, 2017

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Breathalyzer VS Saliva


Statistics show that nearly half of all U.S. employers have implemented an alcohol abuse policy to help ensure the safety and well-being of all their employees. What they will be testing for is the Blood Alcohol Concentration or BAC for short, the standard for measuring the degree to which the individual is impaired by alcohol. […]

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July 17, 2017

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Types of Alcohol Testing


Sometimes in this fast-paced world, it’s hard to slow down. It seems we don’t take enough time for ourselves and simply relax as much as our body needs. Sure, we can steal a minute here, borrow a minute there, but the only thing that adds up is stress. We stress out about work, financial matters, […]

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July 14, 2017

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Alcohol Abuse: Effects of Alcohol Abuse on your body


If your definition of Alcohol Abuse is the action of spilling or pouring out a perfectly good alcoholic beverage onto the ground or down the drain and purposely allowing it to go to waste, then you are wrong. Alcohol Abuse is a very serious matter and can cause injury not only to the person’s reputation, […]

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July 10, 2017

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“Don’t forget this fact, you can’t get it back: Cocaine”


By now it’s safe to say that everyone has heard Eric Clapton’s version of the song, “Cocaine”. It’s got a great melody that is easy to dance to or sway back and forth with at least. The words are pretty simple, but if you listen long enough you can get the chorus stuck in your […]

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July 7, 2017

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6 Steps to Strengthen a Drug Free Workforce


With the drug problem an ever evolving dilemma, one finds it challenging to continue fighting the good fight of maintaining a drug-free workplace. The benefits of drug testing are so worthwhile and not just accident prevention in mind but lowered insurance costs and employee productivity, far less absenteeism and not to mention, a decrease in […]

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July 3, 2017

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Drug Theft in Nursing Homes


By: Pam Cox, RN When a drug is stolen from a nursing home it is usually an employee who is responsible. This occurs when policy and procedures for the administration, storage, and medication destruction procedures are not followed. Some of the drugs most commonly involved are painkillers like Oxycodone and Fentanyl. These drugs can be […]

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