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listed in section 10 of this chapter.
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" (1) The contractor's employees must be randomly selected
for unannounced testing. All employees must be included in
the pool from which names randomly are selected for
unannounced drug tests. A contractor must either:
(A) test not less than two percent (2%) of the contractor's
employees each month; or
(B) participate in a collectively bargained multi-employer
substance abuse testing program in which the number of
random drug tests administered each year totals not less
than twenty-five percent (25%) of the reported employees
in the multi-employer pool.
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" (3) The program imposes disciplinary measures on an
employee who fails a drug test. The disciplinary measures
must include, at a minimum, all of the following:
(A) The employee is subject to suspension or immediate
termination from employment.
(B) The employee is not eligible for reinstatement to
employment until the employee tests negative on a five (5)
drug panel test certified by a medical review officer.
(C) The employee is subject to unscheduled sporadic
testing for not less than one (1) year after reinstatement to
(D) The employee successfully completes a rehabilitation
program recommended by a substance abuse professional
if the employee fails more than one (1) drug test.
(4) After June 30, 2009, a contractor's drug testing policy
must contain the additional requirement that a construction
(A) must have successfully passed an initial or
pre-employment drug test; and
(B) possess an identification card from the drug testing
program that indicates that the employee is available for
before being eligible to work for the contractor. For a
contractor participating in a collectively bargained substance
abuse testing program, this requirement is satisfied if the
pre-employment drug test is conducted as a part of that
(Reference is to HB 1608 as printed February 9, 2007.)
Representative Van Haaften
MO160802/DI 96 2007