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Yes, for DOT testing, highly recommended for all other testing. Both individual and client donors must talk to a doctor to confirm the positive test. If no contact is able to be made between the ...Last update: 5/17/2011 | Rating: (Votes: 0)
If a donor needs a urine drug test only, they generally go to a Quest or LabCorp collection site. If a donor needs both a urine drug test and a BAT, they typically go to ...Last update: 5/17/2011 | Rating: (Votes: 0)
First, you need to have a chain of custody form (a five part carbon less form with specimen sealing labels at the bottom). You can purchase this from HireSafe over the phone with a credit ...Last update: 5/17/2011 | Rating: (Votes: 0)
DOT regulated companies required to do random alcohol testing are generally required to conduct 10% random BATs and drug tests are set at 50%.Last update: 5/17/2011 | Rating: (Votes: 0)
Yes. DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing rules and regulations – 40.191 (a) (8) states that: failure to cooperate with any part of the testing process (e.g. refuse to empty pockets when so directed by the ...Last update: 5/17/2011 | Rating: (Votes: 0)
DOT regulated companies are required to have a written drug & alcohol testing program as stipulated by the mode of transportation in which they are regulated. This generally equates to a Drug Free Workplace Policy ...Last update: 5/17/2011 | Rating: (Votes: 0)
A stand-down is when an employee is taken out of a safety sensitive position after the employer receives a laboratory result of non negative but the MRO has not yet reviewed or verified this result. ...Last update: 5/17/2011 | Rating: (Votes: 0)
Adding an adulterant to the specimen, adding water from the toilet to the specimen, applying a substance to heat a cold specimen, etc.Last update: 5/17/2011 | Rating: (Votes: 0)
A DOT specimen is REQUIRED to be collected by federal mandate. This is not the case for non-DOT tests; therefore, the DOT collected specimen cannot be used for non-DOT tests.Last update: 5/17/2011 | Rating: (Votes: 0)
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