Published July 1999
by Inst for a Drug-Free Workplace .
Written in English
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Guide to state and federal drug-testing laws (OCoLC) Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace.; Littler Mendelson. OCLC Number: Notes. guide to state and federal drug testing laws; shuttle spindle dye pot; perspectives of plant biodiversity; behavior change and public health in the developing world; 5lbgldogcusc/flash cs4 the missing manual; boy were we wrong about the weather; learning diagnostic imaging; economics of gender inequality. The 16th edition to the Guide to State and Federal Drug-Testing Laws was published in and is two volumes and over pages. If you are looking for a better way to navigate the legal restrictions on drug testing procedures and clarify the types of testing employers may conduct, you'll want to buy the latest version (available on the IDFW website).5/5(1). Guidelines for drug testing of federal employees were first published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in and have been revised several times since in , , and The detailed, page "Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs" is available online in PDF form.
Stay Informed. Email Address *. ZIP Code * *. DOT Guidance on Compliance with Drug and Alcohol Testing Regulations. Ma This guidance document provides clarity to DOT-regulated employers, employees, and service agents on conducting DOT drug-and-alcohol testing given concerns about the Coronavirus Disease (COVID). Employers are often put in a difficult position trying to accommodate state laws that allow the use of marijuana for medical purposes while enforcing federal rules or company drug-use policies based on federal law. To ensure workplace safety as well as compliance with state and federal legislation, . Employers should continue to post-incident drug testing pursuant to a state or federal law, including DOT testing and Workers’ Compensation Drug Free Workplace policies, because OSHA section (b)(1)(iv) does not apply to drug testing under state workers’ compensation law or other state or federal law.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), by the authority of Section of Public Law , 5 U.S.C. Section , and Executive Order No. , has established the scientific and technical guidelines for federal workplace drug testing programs and established standards for certification of laboratories engaged in urine drug. types of law govern drug and alcohol testing. Mandatory laws lay out requirements for any employer in that state who conducts testing. Voluntary laws provide requirements only for an employer who elects to participate in the voluntary law in order to receive a benefit, such as limited legal protection. If an employer chooses not to participate. State Drug Testing Laws. The following is a brief sampling of state drug testing policies: California: Employers awarded state contracts or grants must certify that they will provide a drug-free workplace (similar to the federal requirement); contractors . Drivers of CMVs can learn about drug and alcohol rules, types of tests required and their rights, responsibilities and requirements here. Resources for Employers* As an employer, you have a responsibility to implement and conduct drug and alcohol testing programs. Learn about drug and alcohol rules and how they affect your business here.