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Free Webinar: Safer Drug Testing in The Pandemic Webinar
Our free webinar will show you how you can protect your employees and manage costs with safer, socially distant drug testing.

Coronavirus is causing companies across the world to rethink many of their core operational processes, and that’s particularly the case with workplace drug testing where traditional methods that require bodily fluid samples present challenges due to their biohazardous nature.

In this free webinar our resident expert on drug testing and experienced forensic scientist, Dr Paul Yates, will talk about the challenges facing businesses in their drug testing today, and how they can improve safety and overcome social distancing hurdles.

During this event Paul will explain:

- The barriers to effective workplace drug testing in the pandemic
- What safe and effective drug testing looks like
- How to take control of your drug testing programme to protect employee health and safety, improve efficiency and manage costs more effectively

The webinar will last around 15 mins, with time for your questions afterwards. So why not grab a coffee and join us?

For more information about Intelligent Fingerprinting visit www.intelligentfingerprinting.com.

Nov 12, 2020 11:00 AM in London

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Dr Paul Yates
Sales & Marketing Director @Intelligent Fingerprinting
Paul has over 17 years’ experience working within the United Kingdom Criminal Justice System in the area of forensics. He initially trained and worked as an expert witness for the Metropolitan Police forensic science laboratory, and then worked as the Key Customer Account Manager for the UK Government Forensic Science Service laboratory. Paul’s work at the Forensic Science Service included development of forensic services to tackle major crimes and sexual assault, and was recognised in 2009 through the presentation of The High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire’s Award for Excellence in Forensic Science. Paul joined Intelligent Fingerprinting in 2011 and is responsible for the company’s sales and marketing activities.