When you say to people in the UK the term ‘drug testing’, many different connotations spring to mind. In the UK especially, some people will think of racing events and ensuring any competitor of an equine nature hasn’t been either doped or given a boost. Others will think of sportsmen and women who have been attempting to skate, run or cycle their way through the criteria for performance enhancing drugs.
Then, of course, there are parents and colleagues who are concerned for the wellbeing of people to whom they are close; as well as police who want to ensure the roads, as well as families, are safe. As you can see, ‘drug testing’ is a very broad term.