Are Drink Drive limits set too high?

Are Drink Drive limits set too high?

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

Will cannabis be legalised in the UK?

A Poll undertaken by Crystal Health Group has received more than 750 votes for whether cannabis should be legalised in the UK for recreational use.

The results show a surprising 55% in favour of legalising the class B drug. However, the drug is still illegal despite increased lobbying to relax the laws lead by the Liberal Democrats. Read more

Alcohol testing is still important in the workplace

Although trends these days show that employees are more likely to have recreational drugs in their system than alcohol, testing …

Metal detectorists spiked with space cakes

An act of ‘random lunacy’ put a group of Metal detectorists at serious risk. They were taken to hospital after …

Crystal Health Group ISO Audit Pass

External audits passed again

We are delighted to announce that the company has attained three ISO standard certifications for another year. This means …