What breathalysers are available for integration with the RIW System?


The Rail Industry Worker (RIW) Program has partnered with Alcolizer Technologyleaders in the supply, service and calibration of high quality drug and alcohol testing equipment.  The RIW Program now fully integrates with their self-testing units for automatic testing and recording direct to the RIW System.

 

To discuss options and pricing, please contact:


Alcolizer Technology

Ph 1300 789 908

https://www.alcolizer.com/


Alcolizer Centurion Wall Mounted UnitAlcolizer Wall Mount 4Alcolizer LE5 HandheldAlcolizer HH4 Handheld 




RIW Knowledge Centre Article Link:

https://support.riw.net.au/support/solutions/articles/51000077583



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How long does it take for information to be received from a Breathalyser device to the RIW System?

It will take approximately 20 seconds from when a Breathalyser result is read from a Breathalyser device to update records in the RIW System.



RIW Knowledge Centre Article Link:

https://support.riw.net.au/support/solutions/articles/51000030138



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Can a cardholder use their virtual card when undertaking a test on a Breathalyser?

Currently virtual RIW cards will not register results to the cardholders profile on the RIW system. However, if a virtual card is scanned on the Breathalyser unit, it will enable the cardholder to conduct a breathalyser test which can be verified by the Access Controller at the time of testing. However, the result will not be recorded against the cardholders profile in the RIW system.



RIW Knowledge Centre Article Link:

https://support.riw.net.au/support/solutions/articles/51000030143



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How does a cardholder use a standalone Breathalyser unit?


This article details how a cardholder can use a standalone Breathalyser unit that is integrated with the RIW System.



This instruction applies to the following user roles:

  • Access Controller
  • Rail Industry Worker (myRIW)


1


When you attend a site with a standalone Breathalyser unit, scan your RIW card on the QR code reader on the Breathalyser device.


NOTE: Only physical RIW cards can be used. Virtual RIW cards are not accepted.

2


When prompted, blow into the Breathalyser device. The device will take about 20 seconds to upload the result into the RIW System.

3


Sign in to site with an Access Controller, who will confirm you meet site requirements. If a non-negative result is recorded, an automatic site block will be placed.



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https://support.riw.net.au/support/solutions/articles/51000030150



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Will a Breathalyser device work in offline mode?

A Breathalyser device will work in offline mode, however results won’t be pushed into the RIW System until communication is re-established. Therefore in the event of a non-negative result – no notifications would be sent out during the period of the network outage.



RIW Knowledge Centre Article Link:

https://support.riw.net.au/support/solutions/articles/51000030151


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