In Wisconsin, laboratories must get a permit to conduct certain forensic testing for legal purposes.
An alcohol, controlled substance, and controlled substance analog testing permit lets labs complete these tests on human material. The lab can then use the results for a legal purpose.
The permit is valid for one year, starting Jan. 1 and ending Dec. 31. A permit can be suspended or taken away.
View and complete Laboratory Application to Perform Alcohol, Controlled Substance, and Controlled Substance Analog Testing, F-62501.
Note: Wisconsin law requires applicants to provide a Federal Employer Identification Number.
- Wisconsin Stat. § 343.305(6)(e)
- Wisconsin Stat. § 73.0301, License Denial, Nonrenewal, Discontinuation, Suspension and Revocation Based on Tax Delinquency
- Implied Consent Alcohol Testing Laboratories (PDF) - Find a list of implied consent approved labs for alcohol, controlled substances, and controlled substance analogs.