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Drug Test Surface Wipes

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Drug Test Surface Wipes

Workplace drug testing can also include drug screens of surfaces in buildings, vehicles and equipment. This can help identify areas of concern, and be valuable in formulating action plans for employers.

Environmental drug screens can also be conducted in the absence of an operational drug and alcohol policy, as a front line screen to identify if there is a drugs problem within the workplace.

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Drug Test Cups

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Drug Test Cups

Drug test cups for workplace drug testing.

Having a complete collection and rapid drug testing kit, built into a well designed and produced urine cup, makes workplace sample collection and drug testing simple and easy.

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Drug Testing Employees ~ Using Workplace Drug & Alcohol Test Kits

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Drug Testing Employees ~ Using Workplace Drug & Alcohol Test Kits

Many changes hove occurred in workplace environments in 2020.

New social distancing measures have been introduced since we last gave guidance on best practice for workplace drug and alcohol testing.

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Drug & alcohol habits in today's teenagers

Posted by Dr Mike Garside on

Drug & alcohol habits in today's teenagers

Drugs, alcohol and teenagers

With the relaxing of the lock down restrictions in the UK, and lots of teenagers returning to school and college, or going off to university, we thought it was a good time to talk about drugs and alcohol use in teenagers, and what parents can do to prepare both their children and themselves.

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ETG Test Strips

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ETG Test Strips

What are ETG test strips and how are they used

Essentially ETG (ethyl glucuronide) is a reliable metabolite, breakdown by-product, or biomarker for alcohol use long after the detectable alcohol has been excreted by the body. The ETG test has also been called the 80hr alcohol test, although the sensitivity and specificity drop to below 44% by 72 hours.

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