Australian Society Must be Free

Australian Society Must be FreeFreedom is a fickle thing, although most people believe it to be a clearly defined term. When people are violated of their perceived rights, half the population can become righteously indignant and half can become happy that rules are being set and followed. There is a certain amount of order which must accompany the freedom, or it is consider by everyone to be anarchy. Freedom for one person would be considered wishy-washy and rootless to another. Freedom comes in many forms, from personal freedom to societal freedom, between two people or between two continents.

In fact, freedom, in its extremely ethereal and highly subjective from is touted as the one thing worth killing for by just about (if not every) nation on earth. And yet, no one can agree about what freedom really is. It’s an interesting little problem, of course, and it means that each individual must personally define what they consider to be free and what they consider to be bondage or violation of those freedoms.

Finally, businesses must also define freedoms within their own ranks and for how they interact with people and with other companies. Apparently, everything must be defined, including alcohol and drug testing. While just about every large and medium sized company implements employee testing, you can bet that they all do it for extremely different reasons. In fact, if you tried to mandate why a company should implement testing, you would probably be met with scoffing and contemptuous laughter. To each his own, and to each company its own.

In the workplace, one must control drug and alcohol test prices, as well as how regularly they implement said testing. One must decide if every employee will be tested at the same time, or if they will be staggered over several time periods, and if there is to be random testing available for dispatch. Drug testing in Western Australia is full of possibilities. You could even implement just drug testing, like with our Oraline drug tests or our Medix drug tests, and only use our LifeLoc FC10 personal breathalyser devices when they seem to be necessary due to apparent drunken behavior. The possibilities are endless. Call CMM Technology today: (+61) 1300 79 70 30.

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