Get a new printer that will print on the ATF directly.
The results only print on the ticker tape paper...ensure that all 3 copies printed, sign them and attach to the ATF.
No action needed.
Cancel the test and call the employer.
Handwrite the results on the ATF.
Ignore the discrepancy and continue, the printed results are the true result anyway.
Curse and restart the test with the same Breathalyzer but a different printer.
Cancel the test, remark the incident on the remarks line for documentation and repeat the test immediately with a different breathalyzer.
Call the employer and ask them what they want you to do.
Ignore it and laugh.
Call the employer and let them know.
Consider it a refusal to test and complete the test as a refusal.
Make a note in the "Remarks" section and continue with the confirmation test after the 15 minute wait is up.
To clear out any trace of alcohol from previous tests prior to conducting a new test.
To waste my time
To see if the alcohol from previous test is decreasing.
The instrument doesn't conduct an air blank.
Anything under 0.020
Complete step 3 on the ATF
Print the results
Conduct an accuracy check
Show the displayed results to the employee
Yes, it means my breathalyzer is not working.
No, the employee must be really drunk.
Yes, it means that I conducted the test wrong.
No, the confirmation result is the deemed to be the final result and what action is to be based on.
Note the issue in the "remarks" section of the ATF
Both BAT and Employee initial the notations in the remarks section
Tell the employee that the test is invalid and that you will not repeat it.
As the BAT, complete the rest of Step 3 by signing the certification statement.
Notify the employer of the invalid test, documenting the conversation in the remarks section
Give Employee copy 2 of the ATF
Forward Copy 1 of the ATF to the employer
If able- with a new breathalyzer if possible, repeat the test.
Designated Employee Representative-person who give results to the emlpoyee
Designated Employer Representative-the designated person who receives and handles results in a confidential manner.
Designated Errand Runner- person who runs the employee to the testing site