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SureScreen Diagnostics at Medica 2016

MEDICA is the world’s largest event for the medical sector. For more than 40 years it has been firmly established on every expert’s calendar. SureScreen will be amongst the 5,000 exhibitors showcasing our new products and services to the exhibitions 130,000 visitors. Please visit us at stand F03 in Hall 01 on 14th – 17th November […]

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Construction: Under the Influence

Why is Drug & Alcohol Testing Important in Construction? Concentration, co-ordination and being of a sound mind when working in these environments is critical. It can be imperative to the success of a project, the individual and possibly those working nearby. Accidents as a result of impairment or intoxication can be catastrophic. It might stop work, damage […]

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SureScreen Diagnostics is 20 Years Young

Happy Birthday to us! August 8th 2016 marks the 20th anniversary of SureScreen Diagnostics. Back in 1996, the era of the Spice Girls, Independence Day, and Dolly the Sheep, SureScreen struck out into a new market, approaching HM Prisons to put in place methods for detecting inmates who were abusing illicit drugs. Since those early […]

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SureScreen Open the Alan Campbell Building at the Morley Retreat

July 28th 2016 saw the opening of SureScreen’s new DNA laboratory by local Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham. The building, an ancient Grade 2 listed Threshing Barn based at the beautiful Morley Retreat in Morley, has been extensively restored and is now a state-of-the-art facility. Named after the directors’ grandfather who bought the barn, the Alan […]

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The History (and Future) of Breath Alcohol Testing

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Re-calibrate Your Alcohol Device Intake

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10 Reasons to Drug & Alcohol Test in the Workplace

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Legal high ban comes into force

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