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13 A.A.C. 10Supp. 20-2June 30, 2020Title 13TITLE 13. PUBLIC SAFETYCHAPTER 10. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY - ALCOHOL TESTINGThe table of contents on the first page contains quick links to the referenced page numbers in this Chapter. Refer to the notes at the end ofa Section to learn about the history of a rule as it was published in the Arizona Administrative Register.Sections, Parts, Exhibits, Tables or Appendices codified in this supplement. The list provided contains quick links to the updated rules.This Chapter contains rule Sections that were filed to be codified in the Arizona Administrative Code between the dates of April1, 2020 through June 30, 2020 (Supp. Exhibit A.Exhibit B.Exhibit C.Definitions . 2Breath-testing Devices . 3Testing Procedures . 3Application Processes . 5Application for Blood Alcohol Analyst Permit . 7Application for Breath Alcohol Operator Permit . 8Application for Breath Alcohol Quality AssuranceSpecialist Permit . 9Exhibit D.Exhibit I-1.Exhibit I-2.Application for Breath Testing Instructor .10Operational Checklist Standard OperationalProcedure, Arizona Department of Public Safety,Intoxilyzer Model 9000, Duplicate Breath Test 22Arizona Department of Public Safety, IntoxilyzerModel 9000, Periodic Maintenance, StandardCalibration Check and Standard Quality AssuranceProcedure.23Questions about these rules? Contact:Name:Address:Jennifer Kochanski, Crime Laboratory ManagerArizona Department of Public SafetyScientific Analysis BureauPO Box 6638, MD1150Phoenix, AZ 85005-6638Telephone: (602) 223-2795E-mail:[email protected] release of this Chapter in Supp. 20-2 replaces Supp. 16-3, 1-21 pagesPlease note that the Chapter you are about to replace may have rules still in effect after the publication date of this supplement. Therefore,all superseded material should be retained in a separate binder and archived for future reference.i

PREFACEUnder Arizona law, the Department of State, Office of the Secretary of State (Office), accepts state agency rule filings and is the publisherof Arizona rules. The Office of the Secretary of State does not interpret or enforce rules in the Administrative Code. Questions about rulesshould be directed to the state agency responsible for the promulgation of the rule.Scott Cancelosi, DirectorADMINISTRATIVE RULES DIVISIONnote to make rules is often included at the beginning of a chapter.Other Arizona statutes may be referenced in rule under the A.R.S.acronym.RULESThe definition for a rule is provided for under A.R.S. § 41-1001.“‘Rule’ means an agency statement of general applicability thatimplements, interprets, or prescribes law or policy, or describesthe procedures or practice requirements of an agency.”SESSION LAW REFERENCESArizona Session Law references in a chapter can be found at theSecretary of State’s website, under Services- Legislative Filings.THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODEThe Arizona Administrative Code is where the official rules of thestate of Arizona are published. The Code is the official codification of rules that govern state agencies, boards, and commissions.EXEMPTIONS FROM THE APAIt is not uncommon for an agency to be exempt from the stepsoutlined in the rulemaking process as specified in the ArizonaAdministrative Procedures Act, also known as the APA (ArizonaRevised Statutes, Title 41, Chapter 6, Articles 1 through 10).Other agencies may be given an exemption to certain provisionsof the Act.The Code is separated by subject into titles. Titles are divided intochapters. A chapter includes state agency rules. Rules in chaptersare divided into Articles, then Sections. The “R” stands for “rule”with a sequential numbering and lettering outline separated intosubsections.An agency’s exemption is written in law by the Arizona StateLegislature or under a referendum or initiative passed into law byArizona voters.Rules are codified quarterly in the Code. Supplement releasedates are printed on the footers of each chapter.First Quarter: January 1 - March 31Second Quarter: April 1 - June 30Third Quarter: July 1 - September 30Fourth Quarter: October 1 - December 31For example, the first supplement for the first quarter of 2019 iscited as Supp. 19-1.When an agency files an exempt rulemaking package with ourOffice it specifies the law exemption in what is called the preamble of rulemaking. The preamble is published in the Registeronline at www.azsos.gov/rules, click on the Administrative Register link.Please note: The Office publishes by chapter, not by individualrule section. Therefore there might be only a few sections codified in each chapter released in a supplement. Historical notes atthe end of a section provide an effective date and informationwhen a rule was last updated.Editor’s notes at the beginning of a chapter provide informationabout rulemaking sections made by exempt rulemaking. Exemptrulemaking notes are also included in the historical note at the endof a rulemaking Section.The Office makes a distinction to certain exemptions becausesome rules are made without receiving input from stakeholders orthe public. Other exemptions may require an agency to proposeexempt rules at a public hearing.AUTHENTICATION OF PDF CODE CHAPTERSThe Office began to authenticate chapters of the AdministrativeCode in Supp. 18-1 to comply with A.R.S. § 41-1012(B) andA.R.S. § 5302(1), (2)(d) through (e), and (3)(d) through (e).EXEMPTIONS AND PAPER COLORAt one time the office published exempt rules on either blue orgreen paper. Blue meant the authority of the exemption was givenby the Legislature; green meant the authority was determined by acourt order. In 2001 the Office discontinued publishing rulesusing these paper colors.A certification verifies the authenticity of each Code chapterposted as it is released by the Office of the Secretary of State. Theauthenticated pdf of the Code includes an integrity mark with acertificate ID. Users should check the validity of the signature,especially if the pdf has been downloaded. If the digital signatureis invalid it means the document’s content has been compromised.PERSONAL USE/COMMERCIAL USEThis chapter is posted as a public courtesy online, and is forprivate use only. Those who wish to use the contents for resale orprofit should contact the Office about Commercial Use fees. Forinformation on commercial use fees review A.R.S. § 39-121.03and 1 A.A.C. 1, R1-1-113.HOW TO USE THE CODERules may be in effect before a supplement is released by theOffice. Therefore, the user should refer to issues of the ArizonaAdministrative Register for recent updates to rule Sections.ARIZONA REVISED STATUTE REFERENCESThe Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) are available online at theLegislature’s website, www.azleg.gov. An agency’s authorityRhonda Paschal, managing rules editor, assisted with the editingof this chapter.ii

signedArizona Digitallyby Arizonaof StateSecretary SecretaryDate: 2020.07.3110:26:51-07'00'of State13 A.A.C. 10Arizona Administrative CodeAdministrative Rules DivisionThe Arizona Secretary of State electronically publishes each A.A.C. Chapter with a digitalcertificate. The certificate-based signature displays the date and time the document was signedand can be validated in Adobe Acrobat Reader.TITLE 13. PUBLIC SAFETYCHAPTER 10. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY - ALCOHOL TESTING(Authority: A.R.S. §§ 28-1322 through 28-1326 and 41-1713)Editor’s Note: This Chapter, consisting of Article 1, Sections R13-10-101 through R13-10-109, Exhibits A through D, Exhibits E-1,through E-6, F-1 through F-5, G-1 through G-6, and H-1, through H-4, made by final rulemaking at 12 A.A.R. 1916, effective May 18,2006 (Supp. 06-2).ARTICLE 1. DETERMINATION OF ALCOHOLCONCENTRATIONArticle 1, consisting of Sections R13-10-101 through R13-10109, Exhibits A through D, and Exhibits E-1 through E-6, F-1through F-5, G-1 through G-6, and H-1 through H-4, made by finalrulemaking at 12 A.A.R. 1916, effective 9:00 a.m., May 18, 2006(Supp. .R13-10-109.Exhibit A.Exhibit B.Exhibit C.Exhibit D.Exhibit E-1.Exhibit E-2.Exhibit E-3.Exhibit E-4.Exhibit E-5.Exhibit E-6.Exhibit F-1.June 30, 2020Definitions . 2Analyst Methods; Approval of Additional Methods. 3Breath-testing Devices . 3Testing Procedures . 3Permits and Certificates . 4Qualifications . 4Application Processes . 5Examination and Quality Assurance Requirementsfor Analysts . 5Revocation or Suspension of Permits; Appeals . 6Application for Blood Alcohol Analyst Permit . 7Application for Breath Alcohol Operator Permit 8Application for Breath Alcohol Quality AssuranceSpecialist Permit . 9Application for Breath Testing Instructor . 10Expired . 11Expired . 11Expired . 11Expired . 11Expired . 11Expired . 11Expired . 11Exhibit F-2.Exhibit F-3.Exhibit F-4.Exhibit F-5.Exhibit G-1.Exhibit G-2.Exhibit G-3.Exhibit G-4.Exhibit G-5.Exhibit G-6.Exhibit H-1.Exhibit H-2.Exhibit H-3.Exhibit H-4.Exhibit I-1.Exhibit I-2.Supp. 20-2Expired .11Expired .11Expired .11Expired .11Standard Operational Procedure, Intoxilyzer Model8000 .12Standard Calibration Check Procedure, IntoxilyzerModel 8000 .13Standard Calibration Check Procedure Intoxilyzer ,Model 8000 (Option P) .14Standard Quality Assurance Procedure Intoxilyzer,Model 8000 .15Standard Quality Assurance Procedure Intoxilyze,Model 8000 (Option P) .16Standard Operational and Quality AssuranceProcedure, Intoxilyzer Model 8000 .17Standard Operational Procedure Alco Sensor RBTAZ .18Standard Calibration Check Procedure Alco SensorRBT AZ .19Standard Quality Assurance Procedure AlcoSensor RBT AZ .20Standard Calibration Procedure Alco Sensor RBTAZ .21Operational Checklist Standard OperationalProcedure, Arizona Department of Public Safety,Intoxilyzer Model 9000, Duplicate Breath Test 22Arizona Department of Public Safety, IntoxilyzerModel 9000, Periodic Maintenance, StandardCalibration Check and Standard Quality AssuranceProcedure.23Page 1

13 A.A.C. 10Arizona Administrative CodeTitle 13CHAPTER 10. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY - ALCOHOL TESTINGARTICLE 1. DETERMINATION OF ALCOHOLCONCENTRATIONR13-10-101. DefinitionsIn this Article, unless the context otherwise requires:1. “Alcohol concentration” or “AC” means grams of alcoholper 100 milliliters of blood or grams of alcohol per 210liters of breath.2. “Analyst” means an individual who has been issued ananalyst permit by the Department to use approved methods to make alcohol concentration determinations fromblood or other bodily substances.3. “Analyst permit” means a document issued by theDepartment indicating the permit holder has been foundqualified to utilize an approved method in the determination of alcohol concentrations.4. “Analytical procedure” means a series of operations utilized by an analyst when employing an approved methodin the determination of alcohol concentration.5. “Calibration Check” means an operation utilizing a standard alcohol concentration solution to determine whethera device is accurately measuring alcohol concentrationsthat is performed as a Standard Calibration Check Procedure by a Quality Assurance Specialist at least every 31days or performed as Concurrent Calibration Check Procedures by an Operator within a successfully completedtest sequence bracketing a duplicate breath test.6. “Concurrent Calibration Check Procedure” means anoperation performed by an Operator, utilizing a standardalcohol concentration solution, within a successfullycompleted test sequence to determine whether a device isaccurately measuring alcohol concentration during aduplicate breath test.7. “Concurrent Quality Assurance Procedure” means operations performed by an Operator, including a ConcurrentCalibration Check Procedure and diagnostic checks,within a successfully completed test sequence to determine whether a device is accurately and properly measuring alcohol concentration during a duplicate breath test.8. “Deprivation period” means at least a 15-minute periodimmediately prior to a duplicate breath test during whichperiod the subject has not ingested any alcoholic beverages or other fluids, eaten, vomited, smoked or placedany foreign object in the mouth.9. “Determination” means an analysis of a specimen ofblood, breath, or other bodily substance and expressingthe results of the analysis in terms of alcohol concentration.10. “Device” means a breath testing instrument.11. “Duplicate breath test” means two consecutive breathtests that immediately follow a deprivation period, agreewithin 0.020 AC of each other, and are conducted at leastfive and no more than 10 minutes apart.12. “Instructor” means a person approved by the Departmentto provide breath test training to prospective Operatorsand Quality Assurance Specialists on a specific approveddevice.13. “Method” means an analytical technique utilized by ananalyst or a device to make an alcohol concentrationdetermination (e.g. gas chromatography, infrared spectrophotometry, or specific fuel cell detection.)14. “Operator” means a person who has been issued an Operator permit from the Department to operate a specificapproved device for the purpose of determining an alcohol concentration from a specimen of breath and to perform the Concurrent Quality Assurance Procedures,Concurrent Calibration Check Procedures, and diagnosticPage 2Supp. 20-215.16.17.18.19.20.21.22.23.24.25.checks to determine whether a device is operating accurately and properly.“Operator Permit” means a document issued by theDepartment indicating that the permit holder has beenfound qualified to operate and perform the associatedQuality Assurance Procedures on a specific approveddevice.“Periodic Maintenance” means a Quality Assurance Procedure consisting of either of the following, which determines whether a device is operating accurately andproperly:a. Standard Calibration Check Procedure and StandardQuality Assurance Procedure (these checks and procedures may be performed concurrently), orb. Concurrent Calibration Check Procedures and Concurrent Quality Assurance Procedures performedwithin a successfully completed test sequence bracketing a duplicate breath test.“Preliminary breath test” means a pre-arrest breath test.“Preliminary breath tester” or “PBT” means anyapproved device used prior to an arrest for the purpose ofobtaining a determination of alcohol concentration from aspecimen of breath and includes any device included onthe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’sConforming Products List of Evidential Breath Measurement Devices as incorporated by reference in R13-10103(F).“Procedure” means a series of operations used by anOperator or a Quality Assurance Specialist when employing an approved device in the determination of alcoholconcentration or performing associated quality assurancetesting.“Quality Assurance Procedure” means Periodic Maintenance consisting of either of the following, which determines whether a device is operating accurately andproperly:a. Standard Calibration Check Procedure and StandardQuality Assurance Procedure (these checks and procedures may be performed concurrently), orb. Concurrent Calibration Check Procedures and Concurrent Quality Assurance Procedures performedwithin a successfully completed test sequence bracketing a duplicate breath test.“Quality Assurance Specialist” means a person who hasbeen issued a Quality Assurance Specialist permit fromthe Department to perform the Standard CalibrationCheck Procedure and the Standard Quality AssuranceProcedure to determine the accurate and proper operationof a specific approved device.“Quality Assurance Specialist permit” means a documentissued by the Department indicating that the permitholder has been found qualified to perform the StandardCalibration Check Procedure and the Standard QualityAssurance Procedure on a specific approved device.“Standard Calibration Check Procedure” means operations performed by a Quality Assurance Specialist, atleast every 31 days, to determine whether a device isaccurately measuring alcohol concentration.“Standard Operational Procedure” means operations performed by an Operator for the purpose of determining analcohol concentration from a specimen of breath.“Standard Quality Assurance Procedure” means operations performed by a Quality Assurance Specialist, atleast every 90 days.June 30, 2020

Title 13Arizona Administrative Code13 A.A.C. 10CHAPTER 10. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY - ALCOHOL TESTINGHistorical NoteNew Section made by final rulemaking at 12 A.A.R.1916, effective 9:00 a.m., May 18, 2006 (Supp. 06-2).Section amended by final rulemaking at 26 A.A.R. 723,effective June 1, 2020 (Supp. 20-2).Intoxilyzer Model 5000CMI, Inc.with or without Vapor Recirculation andwith or without KeyboardR13-10-102. Analyst Methods; Approval of Additional MethodsA. An analyst shall use one of the following methods to analyzeblood or other bodily substances to determine a person’s alcohol concentration:1. Gas chromatography, or2. Another method that has been approved by the Directorunder the procedure in subsections (B) and (C).B. An applicant for an analyst permit may submit, with the permitapplication, a request that the Director approve a method otherthan a method approved under subsection (A)(1) or (2).C. For a method to be approved by the Director, the method’saccuracy and reproducibility shall comply with the followingstandards:1. The test results of samples with a standard alcohol concentration shall agree with the established value withinthe limits of 0.01 grams per 100 milliliters of blood or 10 percent, whichever is greater.2. The accuracy and precision shall be determined on thebasis of ten measurements at four alcohol concentrationsbetween 0.020 and 0.350 grams per 100 milliliters ofblood, to include at least one value 0.100 and one value 0.250.Historical NoteNew Section made by final rulemaking at 12 A.A.R.1916, effective 9:00 a.m., May 18, 2006 (Supp. 06-2).R13-10-103. Breath-testing DevicesA. The Director may approve devices used to determine alcoholconcentration from breath after the Department successfullytests a typical model of the device for compliance with thestandards in subsection (B).B. A device shall meet the following standards of performance:1. Breath specimens tested shall be alveolar in composition.2. The device shall be capable of analysis of a solution ofknown alcohol concentration with an accuracy limit of asystematic error of no more than 0.005 grams per 210liters of breath or 5 percent, whichever is greater, and aprecision limit of an average standard deviation of nomore than 0.0042 grams per 210 liters of breath. Theaccuracy and precision of the device being evaluatedshall be determined on the basis of 10 consecutive measurements at 4 alcohol vapor concentrations that arebetween 0.020 and 0.350 grams per 210 liters of breath,to include at least one value 0.100 and one value 0.250.3. The device shall be capable of testing a breath samplethat results in alcohol concentrations of less than 0.01grams per 210 liters of breath when alcohol-free subjectsare tested.C. The Department, upon specific findings that a device, method,or breath test procedure is inaccurate, unreliable, or is an unacceptable test for determining alcohol concentration or that itsuse has been discontinued in the state, shall disapprove in writing further use of the device, method, or procedure.D. The methods approved by the Director for use by a device todetermine alcohol concentration are infrared spectrophotometry and specific fuel cell detection.E. The following devices are approved by the Director:Device/ModelManufacturerJune 30, 2020Intoxilyzer Model 5000ENCMI, Inc.Intoxilyzer Model 8000CMI, Inc.Intoxilyzer Model 9000CMI, Inc.RBT AZ(Alco Sensor AZ/RBT AZ)Intoximeter, Inc.F.Products included on the National Highway Traffic SafetyAdministration’s Conforming Products List of EvidentialBreath Measurement Devices set forth in 82 FR 50940-50944(November 2, 2017) are approved by the Director as preliminary breath testers to determine alcohol concentration. Thisdocument is incorporated by reference and does not includeany later amendments or editions. A copy of this document isavailable from the Department and may be obtained from theNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s web site(www.nhtsa.gov) or by contacting the U.S. Government Printing Office, 732 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC20401.G. Devices listed in subsection (E) may be used to administer preliminary breath tests.H. Except when a device is used as a PBT or for other non-evidential testing purposes, an Operator permit and StandardOperational Procedure are required for the operation ofdevices listed in subsection (E).I. In addition to the devices approved in subsection (E), theDirector may approve, in writing, a device and related Standard Operational and Quality Assurance Procedures after thedevice has been successfully tested for compliance with thestandards in subsection (B) for use prior to and pending thedevice being added to subsection (E). The approval shallexpire three years after its effective date unless subsection (E)is amended to include the approved device.J. In addition to devices approved as preliminary breath testers insubsection (F), the Director may approve in writing as a PBT anew device placed on subsequent National Highway TrafficSafety Administration’s Conforming Products Lists of Evidential Breath Measurement Devices for use pending the newConforming Products List being added to subsection (F).Historical NoteNew Section made by final rulemaking at 12 A.A.R.1916, effective 9:00 a.m., May 18, 2006 (Supp. 06-2).Section amended by final rulemaking at 26 A.A.R. 723,effective June 1, 2020 (Supp. 20-2).R13-10-104. Testing ProceduresA. Law enforcement agencies or individuals acting independentlyof law enforcement agencies who conduct alcohol concentration determinations by means of devices shall utilize a qualityassurance program that is conducted by Quality AssuranceSpecialists or Operators and generate records of periodicmaintenance. This quality assurance program shall include:1. Criteria for ensuring the accurate and proper operation ofdevices by the regular performance of Calibration Checksand Quality Assurance Procedures as referenced in subsections (A)(2) and (A)(3);2. Calibration Checks of devices that are performed within31 days of each other as Standard Calibration Check Procedures or during a test sequence bracketing a duplicatebreath test as Concurrent Calibration Check Proceduresand recorded according to the requirements of the appropriate Quality Assurance Procedures set forth in ExhibitsSupp. 20-2Page 3

13 A.A.C. 10Arizona Administrative CodeTitle 13CHAPTER 10. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY - ALCOHOL TESTINGB.C.G-2, G-3, G-6, H-2 and I-2 or as approved by the Directoraccording to R13-10-103(I). These checks shall indicatethat the device is capable of determining the value of astandard alcohol concentration solution with an accuracylimit of 0.01 grams per 210 liters of breath or 10 percent, whichever is greater;3. Quality Assurance Procedure checks of devices that areperformed within 90 days of each other as Standard Quality Assurance Procedures or during a test sequence bracketing a duplicate breath test as Concurrent QualityAssurance Procedures, and recorded according to therequirements of the appropriate Quality Assurance Procedures set forth in Exhibits G-4, G-5, G-6, H-3, H-4 and I2 or as approved by the Director according to R13-10103(I). These checks shall indicate that the device iscapable of proper operation and is functioning as requiredby the Quality Assurance Procedures for the device;4. Standard alcohol concentration solutions, either liquid orgas, that are National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) traceable; and5. Records of Calibration Checks, Quality Assurance Procedures and maintenance or repairs for each device in use.An Operator shall utilize the Standard Operational Procedureapproved by the Department for the device being operated inperforming tests for the determination of alcohol concentration, as contained in Exhibits G-1, G-6, H-1 and I-1 or asapproved by the Director according to R13-10-103(I).Duplicate breath tests shall be administered at intervals of notless than five minutes nor more than 10 minutes. The results ofboth tests shall be within 0.020 alcohol concentration of eachother. If the second test is not within 0.020 alcohol concentration of the first test, additional tests shall be administered untilthe results of two consecutive tests are within 0.020 alcoholconcentration.D.E.Historical NoteNew Section made by final rulemaking at 12 A.A.R.1916, effective 9:00 a.m., May 18, 2006 (Supp. 06-2).Section amended by final rulemaking at 26 A.A.R. 723,effective June 1, 2020 (Supp. 20-2).R13-10-105. Permits and CertificatesA. The Department shall issue Analyst permits to qualified applicants, in accordance with R13-10-106(A), who have satisfactorily demonstrated through proficiency testing as specified inR13-10-108(A) their proficiency in conducting an alcoholconcentration determination by one or more of the methodslisted in R13-10-102. The Analyst permit shall:1. State the method of alcohol concentration determinationthe permit holder is approved to utilize and the type ofspecimen the permit holder is approved to analyze (bloodor other bodily substances); and2. Be valid for one year.B. An Analyst shall employ, in testing for alcohol concentrationin matters arising under A.R.S. Title 28, Chapter 4, Article 3,the same analytical procedures as those employed by the analyst for proficiency testing.C. The Department shall issue two categories of device permits.1. Operator permits shall be issued to applicants who qualify under R13-10-106(B) or (E). This permit authorizesoperation and performance of associated Quality Assurance Procedures, including Concurrent Calibration CheckProcedures and Concurrent Quality Assurance Procedures, performed within a successfully completed testsequence bracketing a duplicate breath test on the devicespecified on the permit. Operator permits issued after theinitial effective date of this Section shall be valid for fivePage 4years from the date of issue. Permits issued to Operatorsbefore the initial effective date of this Section shallremain in effect and be valid for five years after the initialeffective date of this Section.2. Quality Assurance Specialist permits shall be issued toapplicants who hold a valid Operator permit and whoqualify as a Quality Assurance Specialist under R13-10106(C) or (E). This Quality Assurance Specialist permitauthorizes the holder to perform Quality Assurance Procedures, including Standard Calibration Check Procedures and Standard Quality Assurance Procedures, on thedevice specified on the permit. Quality Assurance Specialist permits issued after the initial effective date of thisSection shall be valid for five years from the date ofissue. Permits issued to Quality Assurance Specialistsbefore the initial effective date of this Section shallremain in effect and be valid for five years after the initialeffective date of this Section.3. Operator and Quality Assurance Specialist permits maybe renewed by application as required by R13-10-107 andsuccessful completion of a recertification courseapproved by the Department.4. The Department shall issue duplicate (replacement) permits upon request and upon verification of the qualifications set forth in R13-10-106.Law enforcement agencies shall supply the Department, uponrequest, with a list of current Operator and Quality AssuranceSpecialist permit holders and shall update the list as requiredby the Department, but no more frequently than annually.The Department shall issue Instructor certificates to qualifiedapplicants who hold valid Operator and Quality AssuranceSpecialist permits and who qualify as an Instructor under R

analyst permit by the Department to use approved meth-ods to make alcohol concentration determinations from blood or other bodily substances. 3. “Analyst permit” means a document issued by the Department indicating the permit holder has been found qualified to utilize an approved m