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Alcohol Testing Program

Alcohol Testing Program Mission Statement To enhance public safety by ensuring the accuracy and scientific reliability of evidentiary blood and breath alcohol tests, facilitating enforcement of Implied Consent Laws and Administrative Rules, and promoting the qualifications and professionalism of persons responsible for blood and breath alcohol analyses in the State of Florida.

As authorized in Chapters 316, 322 and 327, F.S., and chapter 11D-8, F.A.C., the Alcohol Testing Program has exclusive responsibility for: (1) the regulation of the operation, inspection and registration of breath test instruments; (2) the regulation of the individuals who operate and inspect evidentiary breath test instruments; and (3) the regulation of blood analysts who conduct blood alcohol testing.

As of May 14, 2018, the Alcohol Testing Program achieved accreditation as a Forensic Science Calibration Laboratory through the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ISO/IEC 17025:2017 ANAB Forensic Testing & Calibration AR 3125:2019). The Certificate and Scope can be found at: www.anab.org.

Not sure what you are looking for? Click on our site map link on the left of our web page. Still not sure? Contact the Alcohol Testing Program at (850) 617-1290 or send us an email at alcoholtestingprogram@fdle.state.fl.us for further assistance.

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