Thursday, September 6th, 2018

Who can perform the test?


Some “Point of Care” drug test devices/kits are more complex to use than others. However, the majority are incredibly simple to use if you follow the instructions carefully. This means that virtually anyone can use them with minimal training. ITS have a range of short procedure videos that give an easy to follow step by step process. Where legally defensible results are required, documented training is highly recommended. ITS can do this for you via our specific Collection Officer “Chain of Custody” training, delivered by our own highly experienced and friendly trainers.


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