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Implementing a Drug Free Workplace Policy is a good start. Adding random inspections by a narcotics canine will round out your current policy and ensure a safer work environment. 

Drugs in the workplace are an accident waiting to happen

In most “Drug Free Workplace” policies there isn't a measure in place that actually keeps the drugs out of the workplace.  Here’s a breakdown of a common policy: Employee education, declaration of a drug free workplace/signage, Random drug testing, post-accident  testing, for-cause testing, and employee assistance.

There are employees who continue to bring narcotics into the workplace

●    Does hanging a “Drug Free Workplace” sign deter this?
●    Does employee education deter this?
●    Does pre-employment drug testing deter this?
●    How about random or post accident drug testing?

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Phoenix has had a substantial amount of training and continues to train at least 3 times a week.  She is trained to find Methamphetamines, Cocaine, Marijuana, and Heroin. 

Is your workplace really drug free?

Obviously, the answers to those questions are “No”. Now it’s time to consider a proactive approach to preventing drug use in the workplace. Random searches by a canine trained to detect the odor of narcotics will deter this type of activity.