The Missouri Safety Center
Missouri’s Public Safety Institution located at Central Missouri State University. The Missouri Safety Center is an organization dedicated to injury prevention. Center activities include programs of instruction, research, publications, and public information as well as conferences and special services.


National Patent Analytical Systems
Manufacturers of the BAC DataMaster.

CMI, Inc.
Manufacturers of the Intoxilyzer 5000 and Intoxilyzer 8000.

Intoximeters, Inc.
Manufacturers of the Alco-Sensor/RBT IV, Intox EC/IR II, and Intox DMT.


Alcohol Countermeasure Systems
1670 Jasper Street, Suite G, Aurora, CO 80011

Draeger Safety Diagnostics, Inc.
185 Shuttle Street, Suite 105, Durango, CO 81303-7911

Guth Laboratories, Inc.
590 North 67th Street, Harrisburn, PA 17111-4511

RepCo Marketing
3101-188 Stonybrock Drive, Raleigh, NC 27604

7 Eastgate Drive, Jacksonville, IL 62650

Additional Information

Missouri Division of Highway Safety
Reducing deaths, injuries, and property damage caused by traffic crashes is the mission of the Missouri Division of Highway Safety. The Division serves as a conduit, providing funding and information to law enforcement agencies and community groups throughout the state.

International Association for Chemical Testing
An international association of breath alcohol and drug experts. The purpose of IACT is to promote professionalism in the field of chemical tests for alcohol and other drugs in relation to traffic safety; to develop and promote training programs for personnel in the field of chemical testing; to facilitate discussion and dissemination of information concerning alcohol determinations and testing for abused drugs and other chemical substances;
and to motivate a true spirit of cooperation between agencies devoted to the detection of alcohol and other drugs.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
of the United States Department of Transportation
NHTSA carries out safety programs under the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966 and the Highway Safety Act of 1966. NHTSA also carries out consumer programs established by the Motor Vehicle Information and Cost Savings Act of 1972. 

The National Safety Council
Association dedicated to traffic and workplace safety among other safety issues.