A Breath Alcohol Technician will be able to practice the correct procedures to conduct a breath alcohol test as described in Part 40
A donor wants to allow a Union representative to be present during a federal BAT. What do you think?
Which is a Federal ATF?
A donor has arrived for their DOT BAT. They have been properly ID'd, The ATF has been filled out per the regulations, the donor is at the point to provide a sample. The donor does not provide a sufficient sample. What do you do?
Which is a POSITIVE Breath result?
You always want to be sure you provide good directions to the donor, also follow up the directions with "Do you understand?" or "Do you have any questions?"
Now what if they are not able to provide a sufficient sample after a second attempt?
After a Positive Confirmation - What happens next?
Сombine elements from the left column with the elements on the right
.020 to .039
Employees who have an alcohol concentration in this
range when tested must be removed
from performing safety-sensitive duties for 8 hours or
until breath test result is below 0.020
.040 and greater
The donor must be removed you from covered service. To be allowed to return to covered service, you must first: Complete the Federal return-to-duty requirements, including evaluation by a SAP