Okay, well, it makes sense to “avoid destruction” if we can. Why would someone even write about that? The fact of the matter is that many people fail to analyze “destruction” before they get involved with it, and then they are in a pickle, and it is only after the fact that they are able to regret making such a decision.
Destruction is anything which tears at your soul or brings you into a slump or a mood which lacks motivation and lacks ambition to move forward with your life and to enjoy the everyday occurrences of your life.
Destruction, for different people, equals different things. Some people find happy, serene, peace to be irritating beyond all comprehension. Some people find loud, obnoxious rambling to be destructive to their spirit. But, on one thing everyone is fully agreed: drugs and alcohol are very destructive to those who wish to abuse them…and they are destructive to everyone else who comes in contact with those people, too.
Workplace drug testing is meant to bring a level of equilibrium to the workplace, so that you have some reasonable assurances that your employees are not going to all of a sudden go on a tangent, treat clients rudely, or bring shame upon the company, either publicly or privately. By using drug and alcohol testing, you have reasonable assurances that your workers will not endanger the lives or the safety of their fellow employees.
It is with these principles in mind that Mediscreen once more steps onto the stage and speaks of the responsibility that all companies have to their employees, to give them work, fair wages, safety, and security while they are at their jobs. Businesses are legally liable for any drug or alcohol related incidents concerning employees, and this is for a very good reason. Workers need to be protected in their workplaces, not exposed to random acts of illicit, offensive, or dangerous behavior. It is very important that people understand the reliability with which Mediscreen carries out our duties, and in fact we are accredited by NATA for onsite drug testing. To learn more about onsite drug & alcohol testing, please be sure and visit our website or schedule an appointment with us today.
This article has been taken from : http://www.mediscreen.net.au/avoid-destruction/