Thanks to its portability, ease-of-use and non-invasive technique, our fingerprint drug test has potential to be used in many situations to support a range of applications such as establishing fitness for duty in safety-critical workplaces; supporting drug recovery and offender management programmes; tackling drug use at the roadside; and for mortuary use within coroner services.
Take a look at our Case Studies to see how different types of organisations are already benefiting from fingerprint drug testing.
An effective drug screening programme is a critical part of any workplace drug policy but conventional drug tests involving biohazardous body fluids such as urine or oral fluid samples can be difficult and costly to implement. Our Drug Screening System solves these problems due to its portable, non-invasive fingerprint-based technology, offering a convenient choice for workplace testing.
Maintaining an open relationship between client and clinician is critical to the success of any drug rehabilitation programme. Fingerprint-based drug testing offers a convenient, hygienic and dignified screening solution which can be easily implemented in many settings, whether clinical or community-based.
Drug testing within prisons and probation is essential to support a wide range of activities - from mandatory drug screening to the assessment of prisoners on arrival for addiction support and prescribing services, as well as voluntary testing that underpins schemes for drug-free wings. Thanks to its portability and non-invasive approach, our fingerprint drug test provides a hygienic and convenient point of care drug test that can be easily implemented in support of random or unannounced testing.
Our non-invasive Drug Screening System provides a fast, convenient way for coroners to screen for recent drug use as soon as a body arrives at the mortuary. The new approach could save time and resources by providing early intelligence about the potential cause of death, helping to prioritise when a full post mortem might be needed and potentially enabling earlier release of the deceased to families.