Alcolizer acknowledges that there are many groups out there who devote their time and effort into giving back to the community. We feel that it is our duty to give a little back as well. Without the tireless work such groups put in, there would be many people (and even animals!) out there not enjoying the same quality of life we all take for granted, some of the programs we have supported in recent times:
Alcolizer Technology helped the People’s Police Academy in Vietnam implement a comprehensive AOD education program for over a hundred police trainees. We assisted with training materials as well as donating a breathalyser.
Formed to encourage and enable safe water skiing, Alcolizer Technology supports its endeavours, especially in the testing of ski boat drivers. Alcolizer provided the equipment and our Geoff Thomas was proud to take an active part.
We provided a special report that reveals the level and consequences of preloading (drinking heavily before going out) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights in the major entertainment suburbs of the Gold Coast.
The World Health Organisation purchased Alcolizer AOD detection equipment and we supported them with free comprehensive training for 50 of this remote island’s police officers; a key aim is to reduce death and injuries to children on the main road.
Alcolizer is pleased to have supported the Cleanaway Team in the 2016 Starlight Foundation Great Adventure Challenge. The Starlight Foundation helps make a difference in the lives of seriously ill children. For more information on Starlight, visit www.starlight.org.au or call 1300 727 827.
This is the only program raising awareness of child safety issues relating to internet and mobile phone use. Focusing on reactions to strangers, school bullying, alcohol/drug awareness, this is the state’s largest. most comprehensive program of its kind.
The Crime Stoppers Brisbane Bayside Volunteer Area Community empowers the community in its fight against crime. A not-for-profit organisation, gathers the anonymous reporting of crimes and/or assistance in solving them through their Freecall number: 1800 333 000 and crimestoppers.com.au.