DOT Regulation on Observed Return-to-Work and Follow-Up Drug Testing Goes into Effect August 31, 2009

After a lengthy public comment period and legal challenges, a U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) drug testing regulation requiring employees of aviation, railroad, motor carrier, mass transit, pipeline and maritime industries who previously failed a drug test to partially disrobe and be directly observed during return-to-work and follow-up tests will go into effect August 31, 2009.  Continue reading at Littler's Workplace Privacy Counsel blog. 

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