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You are NOT a stunt car driver!

Posted by Angus MacArthur on

You are NOT a stunt car driver! Avoid being a statistic and ALWAYS drive #sober!Breathalyse yourself, your employees & drivers to ensure that everyone is not under the influence of #alcohol before driving. Test especially #themorningafter consumption because when fatigue & alcohol mix, it results in deaths.Visit www.breathalysers.co.za to learn more about personal, industrial and fleet breathalysers.#SafeDriving #SoberWorking #ArriveAlive

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You might still be highly intoxicated #themorningafter

Posted by Angus MacArthur on

You might still be highly intoxicated #themorningafter drinking #alcohol! Breathalyse yourself to make sure that you test 0.00Mg/l BrAC before you drive or enter any workplace.Visit www.breathalysers.co.za to order yourself a personal or industrial breathalyser today.#SoberWorking #SafeDriving #ArriveAlive #safetyfirst

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Hangovers #themorningafter

Posted by Angus MacArthur on

When you have hangover, you may still be under the influence of alcohol. Don’t risk losing your life & livelihood #themorningafter drinking. Test yourself with a breathalyser to ensure you are #sober before driving or working!Visit www.breathalysers.co.za to learn about personal & industrial breathalysers.#soberworking #safedriving #arrivealive

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Be #sober on the job

Posted by Angus MacArthur on

Be #sober on the job! Think #safetyfirst Visit www.breathalysers.co.za to learn more about industrial and personal alcohol testers. Testing is essential especially #themorningafter drinking #alcohol

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Handheld Breath Alcohol Testing in the Time of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Posted by Angus MacArthur on

Specific safety and hygiene measures should be implemented to safely test for alcohol in breath during the COVID-19 pandemic. If a handheld breathalyser is used to test someone for alcohol, then the operator of the breathalyser must wear examination gloves, clear eye protection or goggles as well as a medical grade mask. The operator must hold the breathalyser at arms length and the subject must use a disposable paper straw to blow into the breathalyser to ensure that air blown into the breathalyser is not blown towards the operator. Alternatively, the subject who needs to be tested for alcohol should...

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