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Drug and Alcohol

Drug and Alcohol tests are generally used by employers or other concerned individuals to establish whether drugs or alcohol have been used in the preceding days or months.

Key Tests for Drug and Alcohol


A test to establish your Blood Alcohol Content following being stopped by the police for suspected drink driving or driving under the influence of alc...


A urine test to establish the presence of commonly abused drugs.


A simple urine test to measure alcohol content in the urine from the past 24 to 48 hours.


A simple blood test to measure alcohol content in the blood from the last past 24 to 48 hours.

Advanced Tests for Drug and Alcohol


Carbohydrate Deficient Transferrin (CDT) is a biomarker for heavy alcohol consumption and is used by the DVLA in its fitness-to-drive test for high risk...


Phosphatidylethanol in Blood (PEth) is used for detecting chronic excessive drinking behaviour with a regular daily alcohol intake.


This blood test looks at alcohol levels, liver health and can identify possible binge drinking.


This urine test can identify cocaine use within the past 3 to 5 days.


This urine test can identify LSD use within the last 24 hours.


A urine test that measures the levels of cannabis in the body days and even weeks after use.

About Drug and Alcohol

Drug and alcohol abuse is a common problem that can affect people in all walks of life. Some people may become addicted to drugs and alcohol and this can have a meaningful impact on their ability to do their job, look after their family or even function as a normal human being. In most jobs it is a rerquirement that people do not work under the influence of drugs or alcohol and as we know, it is illegal to drive over the limit.

Why have a Drug and Alcohol Test

Our tests are for people who wish to establish whether a specific drug, or drugs in general have been used over the previous days or months. You may wish to verify a police sample or be an employer or parent wishing to establish whether an employee or child has been taking drugs.

Symptoms of Drug and Alcohol

Drugs and alcohol are highly addictive substances and their abuse can lead to many adverse symptoms including:

  • Changes in behaviour
  • Tremors and slurred speach
  • Impaired co-ordination
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Secretive or suspcious beahviours
  • Mood swings
  • Paranoia