A recent article on the BBC website asked the question ‘Are drink-driving limits too high?’
The UK’s drink-drive limit was originally set in 1967 at 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood. In 2001 the European Commission said new safety research suggested the limit should be cut to 50mg per 100ml. Most European countries changed, the UK didn’t. Read more
BSc (Hons) Bio Medical Science Quality Assurance Manager
My role at Crystal Health Group is Quality Assurance Manager. This involves a lot of technical knowhow to comply with all the accreditations that we must maintain! I graduated from John Moores University in Liverpool with a Bio Medical Science degree back in 2004. Since then I have worked in the Life Science sector in many roles including the NHS and Pathology, and a time living and working in South Africa.
I enjoy the technical part of my role within the company and learning about any new innovations within the testing industry. I also get a sense of satisfaction when we pass our external ISO and Network Rail audits, showing that all the hard work throughout the year has paid off!
Out of work, we have twins who keep us very busy. When we can, we head off to our cottage in South Wales to relax and attempt to wear the twins out!