Nationwide Drug Testing

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Drugwise is working successfully with major safety-critical industries and workplaces delivering oral fluid (saliva) drug testing and urine drug testing policy and service. Drugwise brings together a group of NZQA qualified collectors and screeners boasting a broad spectrum of workplace and industry experience giving you the skills and expertise and empathy to effectively manage risk of drug and alcohol impairment in your workplace.
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    Oral Fluid Drug Testing

    Saliva testing has many unique features that make it the right choice for employees, their Unions and employers, and business owners. A combination cost effectiveness, rapid and less invasive specimen collection and results relevant to risk of recent use make good business sense to adopt saliva as the specimen you use for workplace drug testing.

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    Urine Drug Testing

    Urine drug testing onsite is the most widely used drug test method in New Zealand workplaces since the release of the NZ standards 4308 in 2008. Our mobile nationwide Licensees are all NZQA qualified to urine drug test at your workplace.

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    Breath Alcohol Testing

    Alcohol needs up to 12 hours to eliminate alcohol and its effects from your body. Be wise, be Drugwise and include alcohol testing in your risk management programme. Breath alcohol testing is often overlooked as part of a workplace testing programme as many workplaces are of the opinion it is easy to tell if a person has “had a few”.

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    Drug and Alcohol risk management programmes

    Drugwise offer the most Standards verified drug testing options to workplaces of any service provider and we do this to the same quality standards throughout NZ.

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Latest News

  • Legalising Cannabis and What it Could Mean for Construction Industry

    Cannabis has been around since the dawn of time and has been used for both medicinal and recreational purposes. As discussions regarding the legalisation of cannabis continue in New Zealand, what impact could it have on our Industry?

  • Are cannabis users unfairly targeted at work?

    With unemployment at record lows, more people on the jobseeker benefit than ever before and an acknowledged shortage of skilled tradespeople, a serious question must be asked: Are some capable people being kept out of work unfairly owing to their occasional use of cannabis? It’s a question well worth posing, not the least because cannabis metabolites can stay in the system long after impairing effects wear off.

  • Open letter to Chloe Swarbrick

    Dear Ms. Swarbrick,

    RE: The efficacy of cannabis testing using oral fluid samples

    As an individual deeply involved in drug and alcohol impairment detection, I was surprised and very disappointed in the views you expressed during your recent interview with Jack Tame on the topic of cannabis law reform.