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Question ID:
 473

Intoximeters, Inc. does not claim to be an expert on infectious disease transmission, but it has developed two guides (Infection Control Cleaning and Disinfecting Intoximeters Handheld Instruments and Infection Control Cleaning and Disinfecting an Intoximeters Desktop Instrument)  that list some of the concerns and commonsense steps that can be taken to reduce the likelihood of disease transmission while performing a breath alcohol test or while cleaning or disinfecting an Intoximeters, Inc. alcohol breath test instrument.

Additional information and directives on Coronavirus can be found through OSHA (3990-03 2020) or the CDC. The CDC has put out documentation for the maintenance on other types of breathing related equipment such as spirometers that may have helpful information on infections control measures.

Question ID:
 487
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 Workplace Training
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Intoximeters workplace training courses are designed to meet the requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation regulations, which mandates a specific curriculum for training Breath Alcohol Techncians. 

Law Enforcement regulations and training requirements vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

Question ID:
 488
Link Title:
 Training
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 Company Information
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 Law Enforcement Training
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“The Training section of this website offers information on this subject. If you cannot find the information that you are looking for, please contact Intoximeter Trainng Department by phone.”

The following is an informational link regarding COVID-19, published by the IACP:

IACP COVID-19 DWI Recommendations

 

 

Question ID:
 621
Link Title:
 Workplace Training Information
Link:
Section:
 Company Information
SubPart:
 Law Enforcement Training

No.

Intoximeters workplace training courses are designed to meet the requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation regulations, which mandates a specific curriculum for training Breath Alcohol Technicians.

Law enforcement regulations and training requirements vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

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