Privacy & Data Security Law
May 2, 2022, 10:00 AM
- Department weighs altering who can observe drug urine assessments
- Employee teams warn of privacy invasions, authorized issues
Workers say a proposed change from the Transportation Department to drug testing guidelines might unfairly violate their privacy.
The administration is weighing whether or not to permit a licensed skilled of any gender to look at a urine take a look at for medication. The proposal was included in a broader rule that’s primarily looking for so as to add saliva sampling to the transportation trade’s drug testing. The feedback, pitting employers towards staff, have been due on the proposal by April 29.
“This proposal is a step backwards on gender self-identification policies during observed urine collection,” Greg Regan, president of the Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO, stated …
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