Whitehaven dope fails to dupe

BREACHING a clear, well-communicated drug and alcohol policy will draw little sympathy from the Fair Work Commission a former Whitehaven Coal employee has discovered.

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Jarrod Eather, was sacked by Whitehaven Coal after a urine test showed he had 18 micrograms of cannabinoids in his system, compared to the maximum amount allowable, 15mcg, under Australian standards.

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