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The sample collection practitioner guide to using due diligence devices (DDD) and
protocols steps away from current industry language within the workplace that has
adopted clinical phrases for instant test devices that are actually unconfirmed
toxicology used in the workplace for anything but healthcare. The DDD approach is
the due diligence a company applies to its Programme of Testing and Analysis within
Corporate Governance, Culpability, Criminal and Civil legislation, Statutory
requirements by sector, Insurance obligations, Terms & Conditions of employment,
and more. The industry must change its language: sample testing (unconfirmed
toxicology) is not the same as sample analysis (confirmed toxicology). Sample
Collection Practitioners who have trained in the TOX247 Academy of Workplace

Substance Management are left in no doubt as to their role in sample collections
using DDDs.


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