Friday, August 17th, 2018

We don’t have a doctor or nurse on site


“We don’t have a doctor or nurse on site and these tests are complicated – so will they stand up in a tribunal/court?”

ITS can fully train your own staff in the collection processes and Chain of Custody to ensure “legal defensibility”. All products are CE and FDA (510k) certified, and our breathalysers are also UK Home Office approved. Our high quality “Point of Care” screening products and solutions meet very strict and high standards. Scientific analysis of samples for confirmation analysis following a “non-negative” point of care test, should be conducted by an ISO17025 UKAS (or equivalent) accredited laboratory services.”

A typical “Chain of Custody” training course lasts around 4 hrs. At the end of the course, attendees will be able to confidently administer a legally defensible drug and alcohol test using Point of Care (for drugs and alcohol) and laboratory processes. This can save you £1000s compared with using 3rd party suppliers.


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