Daily Testing to change behavior

The probability of detecting someone who comes to work with alcohol
in their system
 once a year, using different random testing frequencies
(based on 230 working days/year)

Annually

0.4%

Monthly

5.2%

Weekly

20%

Daily

100%

The more often an individual comes to work with alcohol in their
system, the greater the chance of detecting them with random testing
but the greater the risk of an alcohol-related accident
before they are detected.

See what’s below the surface

Simple 3 step procedure for 100% daily screening of safety-sensitive workers

Approximately 10 seconds / test. Up to 360 tests / hour / unit

Identification

RFID card scanned for identification and to initiate the screening sequence

Breath

Employee breathes into the inlet at a distance of 3 cm

Result

Result is displayed on screen and the system rapidly resets for the next test

Education

Some facts about alcohol in the workplace 

Employees with alcohol problems are almost 3 times more like to have injury-related absences than employees without alcohol problems.
Breathalyzer tests in an accident & emergency department showed that 16% of patients with an occupational injury had alcohol detected and 35% were at-risk drinkers.
A study of workplace fatalities showed that at least 11% of the victims had been drinking that day.
In a large US survey 24% of workers reported drinking during the workday at least once in the past year.
In 2014, there were 9.6 deaths from alcohol-induced causes per 100,000 people, an increase of 37 percent since 2002 (and higher than the rate for overdoses of prescription painkillers and heroin combined, according to the CDC).
Across a wide range of industries, on average 20% of workers and managers report that a coworker’s drinking (on- or off-the-job) jeopardized their own productivity and / or safety.

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