Alcohol Testing

         We can assess your alcohol level through breath, saliva, and urine testing.

  Breathalyzer, or breath alcohol testing:

A breathalyzer, or breath alcohol testing device, is a portable instrument designed to measure the concentration of alcohol in a person's breath. This type of testing is commonly used to assess an individual's blood alcohol content (BAC) by analyzing the amount of alcohol present in the breath. Breathalyzer tests are frequently employed in various settings, including workplaces, law enforcement, and safety-sensitive environments. Here's what you need to know about breathalyzer testing and its applications at the jo

  • It is a misdemeanor throughout the United States to drive a vehicle with a BAC of 0.08% or higher.


Ethyl Glucuronide (ETG) Alcohol Testing:


Ethyl glucuronide (ETG) alcohol testing is a type of laboratory test used to detect the presence of ethyl glucuronide, a direct metabolite of ethanol (alcohol), in various biological specimens. ETG testing is often employed to assess recent alcohol consumption, and it can provide a longer detection window compared to traditional alcohol tests like breathalyzers or urine alcohol tests.

ETG can be detected in urine for a period of up to 80 hours after alcohol consumption.

DOT and non-DOT alcohol testing are conducted using DOT-approved evidential breath testing devices, which are designed to provide accurate test results. While these devices are highly reliable, claiming 100% accuracy may be misleading, as no testing method can guarantee absolute perfection. The results typically include a printed confirmation. Our team of collectors consists of Certified Breath Alcohol Technicians, ensuring expertise in administering and interpreting alcohol tests according to established protocols

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Screen Saliva Alcohol Test:

Ideal for workplace zero-tolerance alcohol testing, the Alco-Screen DOT-approved saliva tester is a rapid, cost-effective, and minimally invasive solution. This saliva alcohol tester detects the presence of alcohol at a concentration of .02 or higher in the blood. The testing process is straightforward: place the alcohol strip on the tongue to saturate the testing pad. If a line appears after 4 minutes, it indicates a positive screening result for a .02 or higher alcohol concentration

Los Angeles Location


6221 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 326,
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Encino Location


16661 Ventura Blvd,
Encino, CA 91436

Office Hours


By appointment only


By appointment only


By appointment only


By appointment only


By appointment only