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What are the qualifications to be a BAT instructor, and where might an employer find sources for BAT instruction?

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What are the qualifications to be a BAT instructor, and where might an employer find sources for BAT instruction?

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The new 49 CFR Part 40, effective 8/1/01, requires the BAT instructor to be an individual who has demonstrated the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities by regularly conducting DOT alcohol tests for a period of at least a year or by completing a “train the trainer” course. Instructor sources include, but are not limited to, EBT manufacturers, professional trainers and health care providers. Each individual must maintain documentation showing that he/she currently meets all requirements of 49 CFR Part 40 section 40.213 regarding training. The employer must ensure through documentation that each BAT used to conduct a DOT alcohol test has been trained completely.

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