EBT Training - Lifeloc EV30
The Lifeloc EV30 is the most affordable Workplace Series evidential breath testing device they offer. Listed on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Conforming Product’s List (NHTSA CPL), this device is designed to accommodate the needs of in-house alcohol testing environments as well as for Third Party Administrators (TPAs) and collection sites alike.
From America’s premier alcohol testing device provider, Lifeloc Technologies, comes the most cost-effective and reliable evidential breath testing system on the market. If you would like to own, already own, or have recently purchased this device you will need device-specific training in order to utilize this device properly. If you are operating the device for federally regulated employees under the 49 CFR Part 40’s Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs, for example, you are required by federal regulations to receive training specific to the approved device you will be operating.
According to 49 CFR Part 40.213(b)(2), “. . . training must include training to proficiency in using the alcohol testing procedures of this part and in the operation of the particular alcohol testing device(s) (i.e., the ASD(s) or EBT(s)) you will be using.” (https://www.transportation.gov/partners/drug-and-alcohol-testing/dot-rule-49-cfr-part-40-section-40213 Accessed Sep. 2017).
This training course is designed to comply with device-specific education requirements for both DOT and Non-DOT standards. It does not cover Basic information training for aspiring DOT or Non-DOT Breath Alcohol Technicians (BATs).
- Successful students will be able to conduct collections and testing according to the relevant protocols for the testing modality when provided with relevant and dynamic collection scenarios with a 100% proficiency.
- Successful students will be able to express an understanding of industry terms and the protocols involved by completing an online quiz with 75% or greater proficiency.
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Published:May, 13 2019
Updated:Aug, 3 2020