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On Site Breath Alcohol Test

  • 1 h
  • 65.50 US dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

An on-site breath alcohol test is a method used to measure the alcohol concentration in an individual's breath to determine if they are under the influence of alcohol. This type of test is commonly conducted in the workplace or other settings where alcohol impairment can pose a safety risk. The process of an on-site breath alcohol test typically involves the following steps: 1. Preparing the breathalyzer device: The administrator of the test ensures that the breathalyzer device is properly calibrated and ready for use. Calibration is essential to ensure accurate and reliable results. 2. Explaining the procedure: The administrator explains the testing procedure to the individual being tested, including the purpose of the test, how it will be conducted, and any necessary instructions or precautions. 3. Obtaining a breath sample: The individual being tested is asked to blow into the breathalyzer device. They are usually instructed to take a deep breath and then blow steadily and forcefully into the mouthpiece of the device for a specified duration. 4. Breathalyzer analysis: The breathalyzer device measures the alcohol concentration in the exhaled breath sample. It uses a chemical reaction to estimate the amount of alcohol present, typically measured in blood alcohol concentration (BAC) percentage. 5. Interpreting the results: The breathalyzer device provides a numerical reading indicating the estimated BAC level. This reading is compared to predetermined thresholds or legal limits to determine if the individual is considered under the influence of alcohol. 6. Documenting the results: The administrator records the test results, including the date, time, and the individual's name. This documentation is crucial for maintaining accurate records and for any potential follow-up actions. It is important to note that on-site breath alcohol tests are generally considered screening tests and may not provide the same level of accuracy as more sophisticated laboratory tests. If a positive result is obtained from an on-site breath alcohol test, it is often followed by a confirmatory test, such as a blood test, to validate the initial findings. Additionally, the specific procedures and devices used for on-site breath alcohol testing may vary depending on the jurisdiction, workplace policies, and applicable regulations.

Contact Details


833 Cascade Ave SW ste d, Atlanta, GA 30311, USA

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