construction industry drug testing cup test

International Construction & Shipping Industry Drug Testing

construction industry drug test international

Construction industry drug test cup

If you are screening workers moving rapidly in a global industry such as construction, shipping, logistics or just have a workforce that travels extensively as part of their job, it may pay to consider a drug test combination with global reach.

By global reach we mean a combination which includes tests for drugs common in countries outside the UK, which would not normally be worth testing for in a purely UK based workforce.

This is where the ALLTEST 11 Panel Construction Drug Test Cup Drug Testing Kit Urine DOA-1117-A1 fits into our catalogue. This screw lid, single chamber cup test includes test for 11 drugs and comes with a urine temperature check strip and 3-pad adulteration test included.

Drugs screened for with the 11 panel international construction industry drug test include:

  • THC Cannabis, 50ng Marijuana, weed, pot, grass, hash etc 5-30 days
  • COC Cocaine, Crack 300ng 3-5 days
  • MOP Opiates, Heroin 2000ng 3-5 days
  • AMP Amphetamine, Speed, Whiz 500ng 2-6 days
  • MET Methamphetamine Crystal Ice 1000ng 2-6 days
  • BZO Benzodiazepines, sedatives 300ng 5-30 days
  • MTD Methadone 300ng 2-10 days
  • Barbiturates 300ng 3-8 days
  • PCP 25ng 7-10 days
  • Propoxyphene 300ng. 1-2 days
  • Methlaquone 300ng 12-14 days

It's the last 3 drug tests (marked in bold) which make our construction industry drug test cup unique, while not commonly detected in the UK, all 3 drugs are much more common internationally, and most US and canadian workplace drug screening includes them on every drug test.

The Construction industry 11 panel drug test cup covers all the common UK & European drug groups in the same drug test, so this cup drug test option makes an ideal choice for companies looking to cover the risk of a multinational, mobile workforce.

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