You can find other information on the responsibilities of employers in the following sections of this part:
§40.35—Information about DERs that employers must provide collectors.
§40.45—Modifying CCFs, Use of foreign-language CCFs.
§40.47—Use of non-Federal forms for DOT tests or Federal CCFs for non-DOT tests.
§40.67—Requirements for direct observation.
§40.173—Responsibility to ensure test of split specimen.
§40.193—Action in “shy bladder” situations.
§40.197—Actions following report of a dilute specimen.
§40.207—Actions following a report of a cancelled drug test.
§40.209—Actions following and consequences of non-fatal flaws in drug tests.
§40.215—Information about DERs that employers must provide BATs and STTs.
§40.225—Modifying ATFs; use of foreign-language ATFs.
§40.227—Use of non-DOT forms for DOT tests or DOT ATFs for non-DOT tests.
§40.235 (c) and (d)—responsibility to follow instructions for ASDs.
§40.255 (b)—receipt and storage of alcohol test information.
§40.265 (c)-(e)—actions in “shy lung” situations.
§40.267—Cancellation of alcohol tests.
§40.271—Actions in “correctable flaw” situations in alcohol tests.
§40.273—Actions following cancelled tests in alcohol tests.
§40.275—Actions in “non-fatal flaw” situations in alcohol tests.
§§40.287-40.289—Responsibilities concerning SAP services.
§§40.295-40.297—Prohibition on seeking second SAP evaluation or changing SAP recommendation.
§40.303—Responsibilities concerning aftercare recommendations.
§40.305—Responsibilities concerning return-to-duty decision.
§40.309—Responsibilities concerning follow-up tests.
§40.321—General confidentiality requirement.
§40.323—Release of confidential information in litigation.
§40.331—Other circumstances for the release of confidential information.
§40.333—Record retention requirements.
§40.345—Choice of who reports drug testing information to employers.