Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing
Training to become an expert in workplace drug and alcohol testing.
Identify and manage people under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
People presenting to work under the influence of drugs or alcohol present a real risk to workplaces. When fitness for work is affected there is an increased risk of workplace accidents and incidents and often there is an association with reduced workplace morale and culture. Compliance with workplace safety laws can be jeopardised and important workplace contracts can be put at risk through people presenting unfit for work.
Testing can be important part of maintaining a safe workplace.
Know how to test in the workplace, and a lot more.
- Know how to complete urine, oral and alcohol breath testing including confirmation testing requirements and Chain of Custody procedures.
- Understand workplace drug and alcohol testing from policy and procedure, understanding legislation and choosing and using the right equipment for your program.
- Understand how to implement a program and maintain testing processes of the highest standard.
- Understand how to educate your workforce on their responsibilities.
Flexible delivery options to ensure we meet your needs
UPDATE: You can now submit your workplace practical assessments via video.
- Face to face – On-site – Blended
- Minimise time away from work
- Start immediately
- Face to face webinar introductory practicals
- Submit your evidence of practical sessions via video
- Start immediately
- Australia wide delivery – in class and on site
- NEW – includes the issuing of your personal Drug and Alcohol Tester ID card
- Qualification – HLTPAT005 Collect specimens for drugs of abuse testing
- Testing equipment specials – do your training with us and you’re entitled to great pricing on quality drug and alcohol testing equipment.
- Get a commitment to your knowledge with our KINNECT Training Guarantee.
How to get started
Follow the links below to find a course that suits you or read on for more details about the course and the options for delivery – face to face, blended and in-house.
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The KINNECT Training Guarantee
KINNECT Training wants you to be confident and capable in your role in workplace drug and alcohol testing. Within 12 months of completing your workplace drug testing course you can confirm your knowledge and skills with KINNECT Training. You are welcome to come to attend any scheduled public face to face course for Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing – it’s on us!
Need Drug and Alcohol Testing Equipment or help with testing processes?
KINNECT Training is pleased to announce that we can assist with the purchase of high quality and reliable drug and alcohol testing equipment and have this available in the training program.
If you and your organisation are new to workplace drug and alcohol testing KINNECT Training can assist with policy, processes paperwork and equipment. Will can assist with all that is needed to get started and will provide ongoing support to help maintain high standards in your testing processes. Call 1300 591 548 for more information.
What Will I Learn
- Managing the safety and health of people at work can be challenging, costly and time consuming and could have direct cost impacts through reducing the chance of a workplace incident. Being able to quickly and effectively deliver or manage Drug and Alcohol Screening programs allows workplaces to significantly impact the health, safety and wellbeing of your workplace. Having the right skills and knowledge to deliver and arrange these programs is imperative.
- Understanding of relevant Australian Standards and Legislation
- How to perform a Saliva Drug Test
- How to perform a Urine Drug Test
- How to perform a Breath Alcohol Test
- Practical, hands on application of drug and alcohol testing skills
- Understanding of drug and alcohol testing related issues and how to deal with them (communication, employee reaction, considerations for policy and procedures)