ROAD TRAFFIC (BREATHALYSER) REGULATIONS
Arrangement of Provisions
1. Title and commencement 2. Interpretation
PURSUANT to section 45(1) of the Road Traffic Ordinance
1960, I, TUI ATUA TUPUA TAMASESE EFI, Head of
State, acting by and with the advice of Cabinet, MAKE the
DATED this 24th
day of August 2009.
signed: (Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi)
HEAD OF STATE
1. Title and commencement-(1) These Regulations may be
cited as the Road Traffic (Breathalyser) Regulations 2009.
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(2) These Regulations commence on the commencement of
the Road Traffic (Breathalyser) Amendment Act 2009.
2. Interpretation – For the purposes of Part II of the Road
Traffic Ordinance 1960, unless the context otherwise requires:
“approved analyst” means:
(a) a person who is the analyst in charge of an approved
(b) a person who works in an approved laboratory and
who is authorised, by the analyst in charge of
that laboratory, to act as an approved analyst,
either generally or in a particular case; and
“approved laboratory” means a laboratory approved by the
Minister of Health, by notice in the Savali, for the
purposes of analysing blood specimens taken for the
purposes of this Act.
Issued under the authority of the Regulations Ordinance 1953.
Date of Commencement: These Regulations commence on
the commencement of the Road Traffic (Breathalyser)
Amendment Act 2009.
These Regulations are administered by the Ministry of Police and
Copies of these Regulations can be purchased from the
Office of the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly.