49 CFR Part 40, Subpart I - Problems in Drug Tests
- § 40.191 — What is a refusal to take a DOT drug test, and what are the consequences?
- § 40.193 — What happens when an employee does not provide a sufficient amount of urine for a drug test?
- § 40.195 — What happens when an individual is unable to provide a sufficient amount of urine for a pre-employment follow-up or return-to-duty test because of a permanent or long-term medical condition?
- § 40.197 — What happens when an employer receives a report of a dilute specimen?
- § 40.199 — What problems always cause a drug test to be cancelled?
- § 40.201 — What problems always cause a drug test to be cancelled and may result in a requirement for another collection?
- § 40.203 — What problems cause a drug test to be cancelled unless they are corrected?
- § 40.205 — How are drug test problems corrected?
- § 40.207 — What is the effect of a cancelled drug test?
- § 40.208 — What problem requires corrective action but does not result in the cancellation of a test?
- § 40.209 — What procedural problems do not result in the cancellation of a test and do not require correction?
Title 49 published on 2014-10-01
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