Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 21, 2012
Lifeloc Technologies, a trusted manufacturer of professional breath alcohol testing equipment and training programs for law enforcement, schools, workplace and personal use is pleased to announce that it has been accepted as a member organization in the World Federation Against Drugs.
The World Federation Against Drugs is a multilateral community of non-governmental organizations and individuals. Founded in 2009, the aim of WFAD is to work for a drug-free world. Members of the WFAD share a common concern that illicit drug use is undercutting traditional values and threatening the existence of stable families, communities, and government institutions throughout the world. All people have the right to be protected from the harms created by drug use.
Said Barry Knott, president of Lifeloc Technologies, "The World Federation Against Drugs promotes fact-based information about the risks and damage caused by drugs. Lifeloc is pleased to participate with the WFAD on behalf of our employees and customers who recognize the costs to society, business and families of alcohol and drug abuse. It's yet another way we can fulfill our corporate mission to make the world safer from alcohol and drug abuse."
As part of Lifeloc's widening focus beyond alcohol testing, the company has recently added drug screening products to its on-line shopping products. "It just made sense," said Lifeloc Director of Product Management, Kelly Silverman, "Drug and alcohol abuse are not mutually exclusive concerns of our customers."
About Lifeloc Technologies
Lifeloc Technologies, Inc. is a trusted international provider of precise, reliable and easy to use portable breath alcohol testing instruments (breathalyzers). Lifeloc offers comprehensive online and classroom training, plus supplies and drug screening products. Our alcohol testing devices have been manufactured continuously in Colorado since our founding in 1983. Lifeloc evidential and screening devices are approved by the U.S. DOT and other state and international regulatory agencies. More information about Lifeloc is available at http://www.lifeloc.com
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