At KINNECT, we believe drug and alcohol testing is an essential component of your organisation’s health and safety compliance. Often viewed as a time intensive and arduous task, our drug and alcohol screening is timely, non-disruptive and uncomplicated.
Our Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Services
KINNECT provides onsite workplace drug and alcohol testing across Australia. Our accredited drug testers will attend your work site and perform urine or saliva drug testing and a breath alcohol test. Being a NATA accredited provider means that all our testing meets the relevant Australian standards, with results that are legally defensible.
Our incident accident testing service ensures that the use of drugs and/or alcohol are tested for post any workplace incident. Our drug and alcohol testers are available upon request 24/7 to attend your workplace immediately following an incident or accident. We also conduct suspicion testing should you have concerns about an employee’s fitness for work. Additionally, we are one of a few occupational health providers that can test for the use of synthetic cannabis.
Our services include:
- Onsite random drug and alcohol testing
- On call incident and casual drug and alcohol testing
- In clinic drug and alcohol testing
- Drug and alcohol awareness training programs
- Fitness for work determination by medical practitioner
Our services are conducted by accredited testers who hold experience in performing and managing occupational drug and alcohol testing programs. Furthermore, KINNECT is able to tailor a drug and alcohol testing program to suit client requirements.
KINNECT has achieved NATA accreditation for our drug testing services in Australia. Achieving NATA accreditation is recognition of our quality processes and procedures that meet the following Australian standards for drug testing:
- AS/NZS 4308:2008 – Drugs for Toxicological Purposes in Urine – Section 2: Specimen Collection, Storage, Handling and Dispatch
- AS/NZS 4308 :2008 – Drugs for Toxicological Purposes in Urine – Appendix A: On-site Screening Procedures
- AS/NZS 4760:2006 – Drugs for Toxicological Purposes in Oral Fluid – Section 2: Collection, Storage, Handling and Dispatch
- AS/NZS 4308:2008 – Procedures for Specimen Collection and the Detection and Quantitation of Drugs of Abuse in Urine