Drug and Alcohol Testing

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We offer oral and urine drug screening, and Breath Alcohol screening.

Our collectors have received a statement of attainment in accordance with The Australian Quality Training
Framework, ensuring our testing procedures comply with the Australian Standards and we partner with NATA accredited laboratories ensuring sample security through appropriate chain of custody.

Medical Review Officer (MRO)

A medical review officer (MRO) is a registered medical practitioner with both knowledge and understanding of drug and alcohol test results, allowing for their interpretation with consideration of substance use disorders and is accredited by the Australian Medical Review Officers Association (AMROA). 

Prescription and over the counter drugs can cause non-negative results in screening, and need further laboratory testing and interpretation. Our medical staff will perform basic interpretation; however, an MRO review is best practice or may be required in some instances to accurately identify appropriate use of approved drugs.  

The MRO will also be able to recommend follow-up recommendations as necessary, such as re-testing, retraining or coordination of a drug and alcohol intervention program.

Australian Standards

  • AS/NZS 4380 – Procedures for specimen collection and the detection and quantitation of drugs of abuse in urine
  • AS/NZS 4760 – Procedure for specimen collection and the detection and quantification of drugs in oral fluid
  • AS 3547 – Breath Alcohol Testing Devices

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