Alcohol testing catches drivers in Geelong

If you think alcohol testing isn’t necessary in your workplace, look no further than incidents on our roadsides.

We’ve reported in our posts that the number of people getting caught in roadside alcohol testing has dropped significantly over the last few decades. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t drivers who are still taking risks with alcohol, as evidenced in a recent Geelong operation.

Called Operation Amity, the blitz by Geelong and Surf Coast police caught well over 100 drivers, with 126 infringements handed out.

According to a article,  this included five drivers who were caught over the blood-alcohol limit. Other infringements were predominantly for speeding, unregistered vehicles and using mobile phones while driving.



By Michael

Michael is the founder of Integrity Sampling and is responsible for overseeing all national operations. He is based at Integrity Sampling's head office in Melbourne and is also responsible for the co-ordination of drug and alcohol testing within Victoria, assisting in the implementation of drug and alcohol (fit for work) policies and the presentation of drug and alcohol education and awareness programs. You can connect with Michael Wheeldon on LinkedIn

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