Carpe Diem

Workplace Drug Testing Laws“Seize the day” is one of the best ways to inspire someone to get their mind out of the future or out of the past. What better way to get them back in the present, where they belong? So many people think that it’s not possible to bring people back from a past experience that they seem unable to separate themselves from, or to pull their heads out of the future and get them to focus on the here and now, but this is not the case. Of course you can inspire people to live life in the moment, seize the day, and jump with both feet into whatever project they are working on!

Carpe diem, or “seize the day” as it is often translated, means not waiting until the time seems perfect or until you finally get over all of your fears or you finally think that you’re ready to try something you’ve never tried before. It means jumping right into the day, the night, the excitement, the peace, the quiet and the noise of life as it is now, and to bring your own personal self to the picture, no matter what may be thrown back at you in response.

Mediscreen is a company which is NATA accredited for onsite drug testing. We believe in bringing the security of today into the future, and remembering the past for what it is: another day to record and then move on from. Drug and alcohol testing does not mean that you will be controlling the past. Rather, you will be documenting the past and controlling the future by making decisions based upon the data you will receive concerning your employees. Onsite drug and alcohol screening is part of this vast circle, and we here at Mediscreen invite you to prove us.

Prove our services to you, as in test them, by questioning us, questioning our practices, pushing against us, and making out the nature of our character, so to speak. Bring your high quality and low quality problems to us, and we will put together workplace drug testing program which serves your needs in the best way. Call Mediscreen today: (+61) 1300 79 70 40.

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