Our past can be fraught with desire, anger, bitterness and love. There is so much to be nostalgic about, including the bad times, that it can be very difficult to let go of our pasts. And all of that is when we are clear headed and non-abusive. However, when you add drug or alcohol abuse to the situation, the past can creep forward into the present, and we either want to only live in the past or we want to only forget all about the past. Either of these is unnatural and takes away your wholeness as a person.
Remembering our pasts can be difficult, but it is also important to know how likely it is that our former mistakes and bad times will help us to make flawless decisions in the future. Drug and alcohol testing is part of understanding how this perspective works. Many people think that workplace drug testing is for wimps who do not trust people or who cannot manage their own employees themselves.
However, this is not the case at all.
Alcohol testing and drug screening are part of a simple, scientific process to weed out people who are determined to avoid bringing value to your company. Why else have you paid them if not to bring value to your business? Alcohol testing is necessary for those times when an employee is abusing alcohol or shows up to work drunk, and it’s obvious, but you still need a legal paper trail to protect your company from potential lawsuit. Workplace drug testing laws were initially implemented for the safety of workers in high hazard conditions, but just about every large company in Australia takes drug screening its current level of mass saturation.
Mediscreen is accredited by NATA and is part of your future. We bring you high quality onsite drug & alcohol testing. We understand how to service businesses better. We know how to bring mistakes to the forefront of your attention, so that you can make decisions concerning them. We know how to implement drug screening in a safe working environment. We are professionals, after all. For more information on making Mediscreen a part of your future.
This article has been taken from : http://www.mediscreen.net.au/articles/remembering-our-pasts/