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Center for Drug Test Information | Not Just Information, Answers! Compliance Information Overview State Law Summaries Issues at a Glance Courthouse Intoxication Defense Strategies Research Helpdesk Online Training Overview DFWP by State DOT Training Products Store DFWP Training Kits DOT Training Kits Publications Compliance Resources Overview Resource Links Get Our Newsletter About Us About Us William J. Judge, JD, LL. M Member Benefits Contact Us Login | Subscribe CDTI Newsletter Our services keep you up to date with the latest Drug Testing Legislation CDTI Online Training 01 Sign Up for our Newsletter 02 03 We Provide Research Support and Information Services 04 Is your pollicy up to date? Visit our Policy Helpdesk Our services keep you up to date with the latest Drug Testing Legislation 05 Get State Specific Training Online 06 Sign up for our Newsletter Pause Frontpage Slideshow (version 1.7.2) - Copyright ? 2006-2008 by JoomlaWorks Welcome To The Center for Drug Testing Information! The Center for Drug Test Information is just that: a central, one-stop location for: Information on the latest drug testing laws Answers to your research questions Policy information and templates Training We provide information, policy assistance & training to help you protect your organization. Find comprehensive state law compliance information for all 50 states. Click Subscribe and start finding answers now! What you Need to Know About Drug Test Issues Issues at a Glance covers what you need to know about drug testing to stay out of court and protect your organization. Criminal / Civil Sanctions Education / Training Required by State Times to Contact MRO Discipline: Limited by State Random Testing: Limited by State Permits Instant Testing Medical Marijuana Presumptive Intoxication/Denial of Workers Compensation MRO Issues Reporting Violations to State / Required Testing Adulteration / Defraud a Crime Alcohol Limits by State Collective Bargaining Agreements and State Mandatory Laws Requires Drug / Alcohol Testing Per Federal Regulations: DOT v. DHHS Hair Testing Negative-Dilute: DOT v. DHHS Onsite Testing Post-Accident and/or Post-Injury Defined Employer Reference Immunity Requires Reporting of Violation to the State / Requires Testing of Certain Jobs FDA Proved Test Devices Required Safety-Sensitive Defined Split/Retest Request Times Workers Compensation Incentive Program Workers Compensation Premium Discounts School Bus Companies / Drivers and Drug Testing Specimen/Sample Defined Split Sample Collection Required States with Voluntary, Mandatory, and Required Laws Recent Forum Discussions Our recent forum discussions include: Here is some other bit of news that gets posted to the home page 2009 Legislative Review Workplace Drug Testing: The Importance of Supervisory and Employee Education MN news: Training But No Physicals or Drug Tests for Non-School Bus Driver School Employees HIPAA and drug test results Got something to share? Got a question? Visit the Community Forum! Judge's Chambers 2009 Legislative Review 2009 Legislative Review: (December 31, 2009) As 2009 comes to a close I wanted to look back at this year’s major legislative changes in workplace drug/alcohol testing. In case you missed them or as a review here are the major changes: Arizona: the workers comp premium discount DFWP that had been gutted by the state Supreme Court was finally repealed by the state legislature. bjudge's blog Read more Pre-employment drug testing is limited. (October 9, 2009) Is pre-employment testing limited to safety-sensitive jobs? The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco recently rendered an opinion raising questions about the scope of pre-employment drug testing. In Lanier v. City of Woodburn the Court concluded that it was unconstitutional for an Oregon town to drug test a person who applied for the job of library page. The Court refused to agree with Lanier that the City’s policy was unconstitutional on its face, but did agree that, as applied to the job of library page, the requirement to test was unconstitutional. bjudge's blog Read more Direct Observation: What Employers Aren't Considering (August 3, 2009) DOT announced last week that as of August 31st the new direct observation rules must be observed. Those rules require (previously permitted) regulated employers to directly observe every collection upon return to duty or follow-up to a violation. Under Section 40.67(b)(i) the direct observation includes a requirement that the donor "raise his or her shirt, blouse, or dress/skirt, as appropriate, above the waist; and lower clothing and underpants to show [the collector] by turning around, that they do not have a prosthetic device." bjudge's blog Read more Don’t run from the law, embrace it! (July 21, 2009) Recently I had a conversation with a multi-state employer who had lost an unemployment battle in Iowa. The employee applying for benefits was fired for testing positive for drug use. The Administrative Law Judge, when ruling against the employer, detailed the many ways the company drug testing program violated state law. bjudge's blog Read more $20 billion is available through post-accident drug testing: If you’re not doing it you’re losing $$$$$ (July 19, 2009) As I talk to employers about their workplace drug and alcohol testing programs I am frequently amazed when some tell me they don’t do post-accident or post-injury drug and alcohol testing. Why am I amazed by that? Because the greatest financial benefit from drug testing comes from post-accident testing. Post-accident drug testing puts you in position (or better position) to defeat a workers compensation claim. In some states (CO, MO) if there is a positive test YOU WIN!! bjudge's blog Read more Even Pro Football may have to follow state laws. (July 10, 2009) Two Minnesota Vikings football players who tested positive for a banned substance were granted a temporary restraining order on Thursday, July 9, 2009, effectively blocking their suspensions imposed under NFL rules. The players claim their suspensions would violate the state drug testing law which prohibits discipline upon the first positive unless certain conditions, not applicable here, exist. (Sec. 181.953, Subd 10 (b)) bjudge's blog Read more Why 21 (July 2, 2009) Multi-State Employers MUST have separate State Policies Q: Do I have to have a written drug test policy? A: Yes. Q: Do I have to have state-specific written policies? A: Yes. Q: Can’t we just have one that mirrors DOT? A: No. bjudge's blog Read more HIPAA and drug test results (May 25, 2009) Drug testing and HIPAA. There seems to be lots of confusion recently on this subject. Does HIPAA apply to workplace drug or alcohol test results? Most would answer no. But, there is still fear out there that it does and we in the drug testing world run into it when we seek the cooperation of a medical practicioner for proof of a prescription or sometimes in a response to a bid. (As one subscriber described to me this week). bjudge's blog Read more MN news: Training But No Physicals or Drug Tests for Non-School Bus Driver School Employees Minnesota (April 27, 2009) — School employees not originally hired as drivers will not have to submit to a physical examination or drug testing, following a bill signed by Gov. Tim Pawlenty last week. bjudge's blog Read more Workplace Drug Testing: The Importance of Supervisory and Employee Education Many companies that have already answered the question, "Why drug test?" and found plenty of good reasons (compliance, safety, health, worker's comp advantages, preventing liability). Now they should ask themselves another question: "Why train my supervisors and my employees in our drug testing program?" The answers are pretty much the same: compliance, safety, health, worker's comp advantages, and preventing liability. Compliance? Yes, because... drug_test_director's blog Read more Terms & Policies | Site Map | Newsletter Sign up | Corporate Accounts Notice: Information made available to you through this web site is intended as general information on the subject obtained through our best efforts. It is understood that CDTI and its members are not in the business of providing legal or medical advice. To resolve specific problems, you are urged to find and obtain the counsel of appropriate legal or medical professionals. ? 2009 Center for Drug Test Information. All Rights Reserved.
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