Alcohol Interlocks Functional and Technical Specification
The Alcohol Interlocks Functional and Technical Specification was developed by TCA in response to the growing need for stronger assurance in the use of alcohol interlocks for government-led safety programs.
The specification is currently used in New South Wales for the Mandatory Alcohol Interlock Program (MAIP) – which commenced operation in early 2015 – and will be used in Western Australia for the Alcohol Interlock Program (AIP) , which is expected to become operational and available by the end of 2016.
The specification was developed to establish the minimum functional and technical requirements for alcohol interlocks – which avoids the need for alcohol interlock suppliers to meet bespoke requirements between jurisdictions – while allowing specific policy and operational needs by different regulators to be accommodated.
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