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May 11, 2011

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Concateno – hall 2, stand S90

Drug and alcohol testing company Concateno will be launching a new background checking service for employers, and relaunching its Employee Assistance Programme at Expo.

The company says its background checking service, provided in association with Vero, is designed to give employers an opportunity to manage personnel-related risks by researching candidates – looking into their identity, driving licence and criminal record, for example.

Concateno will also unveil its plans to make its Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) more accessible to a greater range of companies. The EAP provides online advice for employees on a range of issues via a seven-day-a-week, 24-hour online and telephone helpline, which will now be available from £3.40 per employee per year.

Alongside these new services, Concateno will also be showcasing a range of testing solutions for alcohol and drugs, including interactive exhibits that will help explain the impacts of alcohol consumption, and also demonstrate its detection.

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