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Drug and alcohol information for PDHPE students

Drug and alcohol information for PDHPE students State Library of NSW Research Guides Drug and alcohol information for PDHPE students Drug use statistics and reports This guide takes you to key eresources books and information about drugs and alcohol for PDHPE students Search this Guide Search Getting started General information about drugs alcohol

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New drink and drug driving penalties in NSW

Among the other changes to the NSW drink and drug driving penalties are new alcohol interlock laws (an electronic breath testing device connected to the ignition of a vehicle) for mid-range offenders and vehicle sanctions for high-risk drink drivers

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New laws for low

Under the new laws any driver who commits a low-range drink driving offence will be fined $561 and lose their licence immediately for three months Penalties for first time drug presence offences detected on the roadside via NSW's mobile drug testing (MDT) program will include a fine and three month licence suspension

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ALCOHOL the facts

It is an offence to drink or carry alcohol in an alcohol-free zone New laws have been introduced as part of the NSW Government's crackdown on drug and alcohol-fuelled violence these include 1 30 am lockouts and 3 am last drinks laws across a new Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct and a NSW-wide ban on takeaway alcohol sales after 10 pm

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Liquor Licensing Laws: An Update

Proposed reforms to licensing laws in NSW The NSW Government is set to introduce major reforms which would implement the next stage of the national competition policy reforms and make changes arising out of the 2003 NSW Summit on Alcohol Abuse The reforms include moving away from a court-based to an administrative-based licensing system a

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NSW Local Government Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy

NSW Local Government Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy Page 4 of a substance that was consumed within a matter of hours whereas hair testing can detect the presence of a substance that was consumed months earlier A positive test result may not indicate that a worker is

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New drug and alcohol testing laws from 16 October

New drug and alcohol testing laws from 16 October While the new laws will initially only cover the building and construction sector the ramifications could be more widespread – HC investigates BY Chloe Taylor 06 Oct 2015 Share New amendments to the Building Code 2013 will require contractors on publicly-funded construction sites to have a policy in place for mandatory drug and alcohol

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Alcohol and drug impaired driving

Alcohol and drug impaired drivers pose the highest risk on our roads Removing these drivers reduces the potential for serious injury or fatal collisions Roadside alcohol or drug screening can happen anywhere any time on any road by an unmarked police vehicle If you drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol you will be caught Alcohol

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Mandatory Interlock Laws in NSW

Interlock program The Interlock Program was first introduced in 2003 as a penalty option for Magistrates when sentencing persons charged with serious drink driving offences However new laws passed in February 2015 have made the Interlock Program mandatory under certain circumstances What is the interlock program The Alcohol Interlock Program allows drivers

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Breath Alcohol Tests for Employment

The person being tested for alcohol use blows into a breath alcohol device and the results are given as a number The number known as the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) shows the level of alcohol in the person's blood at the time the test was taken It does not measure the past use of alcohol

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Liquor outlet concentrations and alcohol

hours sale of alcohol to intoxicated persons) and those which are based on the assumption that the existing retail need in the alcohol market is currently being met the so called 'public needs test' (National Competition Council 2002) The NSW liquor laws formerly contained provisions which enabled members of

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Liquor outlet concentrations and alcohol

hours sale of alcohol to intoxicated persons) and those which are based on the assumption that the existing retail need in the alcohol market is currently being met the so called 'public needs test' (National Competition Council 2002) The NSW liquor laws formerly contained provisions which enabled members of

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Blood alcohol levels

Your blood alcohol levels can be influenced by many things: your body size whether you have eaten or not your body fat how fast your body processes alcohol whether you are male or and how often you drink Size In general the smaller you are the less you can drink to stay under the limit Empty stomach

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