29 CFR 801.25 - Rights of examinee - post-test phase.
(a) The post-test phase refers to any questioning or other communication with the examinee following the use of the polygraph instrument, including review of the results of the test with the examinee. Before any adverse employment action, the employer must:
(1) Further interview the examinee on the basis of the test results; and
(2) Give to the examinee a written copy of any opinions or conclusions rendered in response to the test, as well as the questions asked during the test, with the corresponding charted responses. The term “corresponding charted responses” refers to copies of the entire examination charts recording the employee's physiological responses, and not just the examiner's written report which describes the examinee's responses to the questions as “charted” by the instrument.
- 29 CFR 801.21 — Adverse Employment Action Under Security Service and Controlled Substance Exemptions.
- 29 CFR 801.26 — Qualifications of and Requirements for Examiners.
- 29 CFR 801.14 — Exemption for Employers Providing Security Services.
- 29 CFR 801.24 — Rights of Examinee - Actual Testing Phase.
- 29 CFR 801.22 — Rights of Examinee - General.
- 29 CFR 801.13 — Exemption of Employers Authorized to Manufacture, Distribute, or Dispense Controlled Substances.
- 29 CFR 801.20 — Adverse Employment Action Under Ongoing Investigation Exemption.
- 29 CFR 801.12 — Exemption for Employers Conducting Investigations of Economic Loss or Injury.