§11-113-32 - Confidentiality.

§11-113-32 Confidentiality.

         (a) Any information concerning a substance abuse test pursuant to this chapter shall be strictly confidential. Such information shall not be released to anyone without the informed written consent of the individual tested and shall not be released or made public upon subpoena or any other method of discovery, except that information related to a positive test result of an individual shall be disclosed to the individual, the third party, or the decision maker in a lawsuit, grievance, or other proceeding initiated by or on behalf of the individual tested and arising from positive confirmatory test result.

         (b) Any person who receives or comes into possession of any information protected under this chapter shall be subject to the same obligation of confidentiality as the party from whom the information was received.

        [Eff 1/23/92; comp OCT 19 2007 ](Auth: HRS §§329B-4, 329B-5, 329B-6, 329B-8) (Imp: HRS §§329B-4, 329B-5, 329B-6)

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