What qualifies as a standard? Is it a law or a regulation? Is it necessary or just a guideline? What makes a standard? And what do higher standards mean? Aren’t we all just trying our best to get along and do the best with what we have?
The answer to the last question is not necessarily. You see, an individual does not necessarily attempt to make themselves better as they grow up. For one thing, their treatment of themselves really makes a difference here. I am not afraid of the past. They must have some distinctive edge of self control and self respect in order to always treat their bodies, their minds, and their spirits better, or even well at all, over the years. For many of us, there is some progress forward and some progress backward in other areas.
In businesses, higher standards mean levels of professionalism, employee treatment and care, client relations, and income generation. The better the business, the higher levels of quality they possess in each of these areas. Does that mean that your company is not up to par? True, everyone could use some more growth, but the fact is that your company may be doing just fine as it is.
The trick is to not allow your current standards to sink lower than they current stand.
Preventative measures include worker screening tests, which screen for drug or alcohol abuse while on the worksite. Adulterant tests are often built right in to drug test kits, such as our Medix integrated pro-split cup 6+6. That means that you have an additional layer of cheat detection for workers who are trying to get away with their abuse. Fit for duty means being fit for your job, in both mind and body. Drugs and alcohol tamper with this fitness, and lower the standards of your own individual quality of workmanship.
Saliva drug tests are often used, though urine drug tests are still popular. There are many ways in which you can incorporate higher standards into your business, among them being products from CMM Technology. Of course, you can always order from us at any time, either over our website or over the phone. Call us today: (+61) 1300 79 70 30.