Drug Driving Statistics
DrugWipe, our drug screener has been type-approved by the Home Office for use at the roadside. Over the past twelve months we have trained and supplied stock to all 44 of the police forces in Great Britain who now see DrugWipe as an integral part of their fight against drug drivers.
The articles below may be of interest to H & S professionals, HR professionals, Fleet professionals who may be looking at ways to combat the very real risk of impaired employees undertaking safety critical roles at work.
It is clear from these articles to see that socially we have a problem and we also know from our work within employee screening, the issue is replicated in the workplace.
Dtec are proud of the work that we (and our DrugWipe) are doing to reduce the risk of drug driving and likewise are proud of the relationship we have with our existing workplace customer base of more than 300 companies.
National Police Chiefs Council
These statistics prove beyond any doubt that drug driving is a very real problem on our roads!
From a workplace perspective, D.Tec can train your managers and implement the DrugWipe screening system into your business. UK Sales Manager for workplace testing Gareth Salisbury explains “DrugWipe has been proven to be an effective means of detecting drug drivers at the roadside and the statistics above tell us of the very real issue that exists. From the results that we see within the workplaces that we do supply, we can also confidently say that there is a very real issue amongst many safety critical industries; D.Tec can help guide companies through every step of implementing a workplace D & A policy and testing programme. Our testing methods are an effective deterrent against employee drug or alcohol misuse, using credible onsite screening drug and alcohol testing solutions including DrugWipe, the polices choice!”
Please contact me on the details below to discuss implementing the polices choice of testing into your company.
UK Sales Manager – Workplace Testing
D.Tec International Limited