Can you think of a good mystery series, either in books or on TV? The sly sleuth picks up on the most mundane of clues and never gives up, even when everyone else has. Things seem hopeless, there are no answers, and what else can the sly sleuth do? They have the answer. It is always shocking and imaginative. The audience is spell bounded, once more.
When was the last time you got out your magnifying glass and did some investigation of your own? You probably haven’t done that since you were a small child and didn’t even have a real magnifying glass. You loved investigating different things. You love testing yourself, and the adventure of it was amazing.
Drug and alcohol testing is a worthy subject to investigate. How often do you get to handle urine samples? We’re just kidding. When using workplace drug testing, it is as if you are hiring a team of investigators to check out your employees and make sure that they are all behavior themselves. Of course, it is nothing nearly so suspicious sounding as that. We merely use scientific chemical processes to determine if someone has illicit drugs or alcohol in their system, and then we print the results out and give them to you.
It’s as simple as that. But don’t be deceived!
Chemistry is almost as much of an illusion as real magic. Chemical processes can be predicted, yes, but there are so many different operations at work in workplace drug testing that to explain the chemistry of it would be impossible in so short a time period.
Onsite drug & alcohol testing is brought to you by Mediscreen, a NATA accredited company, and we are honored to be your next drug screening provider. Our services involved mobile screening done in your own business and even your employee records are stored there, too. We keep nothing but our equipment. In this way, you can access any document you require at any time, and you can investigate any matter of a situation with thoroughness and care. We are here to give you the information you require. To schedule Mediscreen for your next onsite drug and alcohol screening.
This article has been taken from : http://www.mediscreen.net.au/investigation/