Enforce your organizational policy and ensure the safety of your workforce with Rapid Global’s Zero Tolerance solution. As part of your access control system, the integration with breath testing units introduces proactive workforce management by identifying individuals who are intoxicated.
The Rapid Global Alcolizer Integration can also be used in conjunction with Rapid Access Systems to implement random breath testing. Rapid Global & Alcolizer Technology integrate to keep workers free from the influence of alcohol before they enter your site. In a potentially hazardous working environment you need to be confident your workforce is performing at optimum. Show that you take your ‘Duty of Care’ obligations seriously and reduce unnecessary downtime and accidents on your site with the Rapid Global Alcolizer Integration.
Rapid Global & Alcolizer Technology integration benefits:
- Proactive identification of employees, contractors and visitors who may be intoxicated
- Automatic denial of access to intoxicated employees and a notification sent to their supervisor
- Retrospective identification and reporting on employees who are consistently intoxicated
- Enforcement of Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) policies; allowing you to deliver ‘Duty of Care’ for all employees
- AS3547 Certified
Alcolizer Technology is a world-leader in the field of Alcohol and other Drugs (AOD) testing and is recognised as one of Australia’s most innovative and forward-thinking companies.
Headquartered in Australia, Alcolizer has been one of the world’s leading manufacturers of alcohol breath testing equipment for 25 years. Law enforcement agencies, industry and personal users trust Alcolizer to keep themselves and their employees safe. Alcolizer is the largest provider of breath testing devices to Australian Police and the largest provider to the Australian Resource sector.
Their products are designed in Australia and shipped around the world. Alcolizer provides the tools that help you, your people, and your entire organisation manage the risk whereby normal capabilities may be compromised by the presence of alcohol and drugs.