This comprehensive text provides clear explanations of the effects of drugs on human performance and the need for workplace drug testing. Case studies of successful programmes are includes as well as how different countries test for drugs.
It provides essential information on
- the regulatory and legal frameworks around the world,
- how to set policies and coverage of all aspects of drug analysis
- the associated interpretation of results.
Epidemiology of Drug Use in the Working Population
Effects of Drugs on Human Performance
The Evidence Base for Workplace Drug Testing
Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Workplace Drug Testing
Policies for Drugs and Alcohol
Urine Sample Collection Process
Alternative Matrices to Urine
Interpretation of Urine Drug Test Results By the Medical Review Officer
Guidelines for Workplace Drug Testing
A New Zealand Perspective
Deutscher Apotheker Verlag