Our expert says:
This is a legal question, not really a medical one. As Purple says, if a breathalyzer is legitimately done at woek ( I'm not convinced this is always allowed ) presumably their objection would be to their being ANY evidence of ANY ancohol present, rather than to a specific level, unless the work involves driving, and the person would have been expected to drive shortly after the testing, or had just been driving.
It may also be relevant if the person is operating many types of heavy machinery, etc.
Much would depend on the circumstances, the agreed rules or conditions of employment, and the nature of the work
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