The material was manufactured by Australian Scientific Enterprises as Human urine specimens 6 linear concentration levels – a low and a high pool with 4 intermediate levels In setting the specifications for all the drugs we used the AS/NZS:4308 standard cut-off limits to offer a range of concentrations from 0ug/L through to significantly above the cut-off value for each drug This year and again in 2011 laboratories can purchase either a 1ml or 10ml vial depending on the sample volume required for analysis The program consists of a single 12 month cycle January through to December and 1 sample per month The program has a specifically designed report for each participant to evaluate their results according to the cut-offs for their device The target values for each drug for every concentration level were set using the standard QAP target setting statistical system suing GCMS and LCMSMS methods
Workplace Drug Screening Using LCMSMS Grant Moore Workplace Drug Screening Canterbury Health Labs
“ Drugs are terrorists. They ’ re brilliant. They create the perfect need for themselves and trick you into thinking they ’ re your friend and everything will be okay as long as your with them. It ’ s Stockholm Syndrome by chemical. You defend your captor and adopt their way of thinking ”
“ And even a drug like marijuana, that ’ s supposedly non-addictive, has an enormous dependency factor ”
“ … The objective of this Standard is to ensure that the detection of drugs in urine meets the expectations for testing of specimens for medico-legal, workplace or court-directed purposes… ” - AS/NZS 4308:2008
Describes a set of acceptable analytical procedures and documentation that gives surety about the results reported by an accredited screener or laboratory.
Provides ‘ peace of mind ’ to client/customer regarding the quality of the work performed.