The standard unit of measurement for Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is grams per 100 millilitres of blood (g/100ml).
Almost 70% of Australian illegal drug users are employed.
Alcohol intoxication causes millions of dollars of damage to the community each year from road fatalities, machinery accidents and personal injury.
According to Workcover statistics, in serious workplace accidents where alcohol or other drugs are present, 80% of the injured are those who were not intoxicated or affected by drugs or alcohol.
30% of the bodies in Melbourne's morgue show traces of alcohol or drugs.
The majority of mining, shipping, and industrial companies have a zero alcohol tolerance policy.
80% of the crime committed in Australia is drug or alcohol related.
In Laboratory confirmations, 90% of the illegal drugs identified is marijuana.
Mixing marijuana with alcohol increases the risk of having an accident from 3 times to 48 times more likely to occur.
When purchasing our breathalysers, you are not only protecting your reputation, you are most importantly PROTECTING YOUR LIFE.
Drink driving is a significant factor in the road toll across most states. According to the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority’s 2007 crash data, 1947 accidents were alcohol-related. Every year about 18% of people killed on NSW roads had consumed alcohol, while alcohol is also implicated in about one-third of the annual fatalities of people aged between 17 and 24. In Victoria last year, 28% of all drivers and motorcyclists killed on the roads had a blood alcohol reading of 0.05 or more. (Choice Magazine September 2009).