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About ALCO-Safe

ALCO-Safe (Pty) Ltd is the major supplier of quality electronic Breath Alcohol Detectors and accessories in South Africa with 43 years of experience in manufacturing, distribution and support. The company has over three thousand clients...

Alcohol testing equipment needs to be dusted off

Calibration is critical for accurate readings, and if a breathalyzer has not been properly calibrated, it could give a false positive.

Roadside drug testing and the decriminalisation of cannabis use

The technology for substance testing has matured to enable the same level of convenience as testing for alcohol.

Addressing the problem of alcohol in South Africa’s third wave

While South Africa’s alcohol problem isn’t easy to solve and it’s not going to happen overnight, we must start somewhere.

Will 0% alcohol tolerance reduce unsafe driving behaviour?

The main goal of the new law is to promote road safety and reduce alcohol related accidents. ALCO-Safe supports this idea entirely.
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COVID-19 no reason to neglect health and safety obligations

While the rise in Covid-19 infections should not be taken lightly, it’s important to remember that infection isn’t the only workplace risk.

COVID-19 compliance – where does alcohol fit in for businesses?

"The over-crowded bars and restaurants indicate that people seem to have forgotten that we’re still in the midst of a pandemic."

Addressing South Africa’s alcohol problem must start at a young age

With South Africa’s alcohol problem highlighted by lockdown there have been discussions as to what can be done?

Is drinking responsibly a challenge to tackle with SA’s youngsters?

Employers need to ensure that younger employees are not arriving at work still intoxicated from the night before.

Opinion: Rising ‘sober curious’ movement can influence alcohol consumption

There is an emerging trend with more young adults choosing to be more mindful of what they consume, including alcohol.

With laws getting stricter – enforcement is top of mind

Much like the public smoking laws people will have to accept that excessive consumption in public places is not acceptable.