One of the leading manufacturers in safety technology, Dräger, is expanding its drug testing portfolio for the utilities sector, with the launch of its DrugCheck 3000.
With decades of experience in the fields of drug and alcohol testing, Dräger compliments its wide portfolio of oral drug testing equipment for the sector with the new screening device.
The launch follows a successful year for Dräger in the field of diagnostics, with Dräger’s DrugTest 5000 becoming one of the only pieces of equipment to be Type Approved for the testing of cocaine and cannabis by police, at the roadside.
The new DrugCheck 3000 has been designed to test for impairment, as opposed to historical drug use, in up to five banned substances. This means a clear focus on making sure workers are fit and safe to work in the safety critical construction environment. In a fast-paced and often hazardous environment, it does so quickly and cost effectively.
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