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DOT's 10 Steps to Collection Site Security and Integrity

2009 DOT's 10 Steps to Collection Site Security and Integrity Video  (requires Adobe Flash Player Flash Player)

This video is intended to help collectors and collection site managers to understand their important roles in making sure that transportation employees do not have an opportunity to beat their drug test. We will show you how to follow DOT collection procedures to improve collection site security and integrity. The video will also help everyone understand the essential elements that will make collections suitable for DOT testing. This video complements the DOT's 10 Steps to Collection Site Security and Integrity poster. By complying with these 10 steps, collection site personnel will communicate to employees and employers that their collection site is following DOT procedures for ensuring collection site security. Collection sites will also be ensuring that they are maintaining the integrity of the collection process by limiting the employee's opportunity to alter or adulterate their specimens.

2008 DOT's 10 Steps to Collection Site Security and Integrity Poster

The "DOT's 10 Steps to Collection Site Security and Integrity" identifies important steps that a collector must follow every time a DOT collection is performed. The 16"x20" poster is designed to assist collectors in their efforts to follow DOT testing protocols during the collection process. If collectors follow these steps, an employee's ability to tamper with their specimen will be significantly reduced. This poster is for display the collection site where it will be visible to collectors and transportation employees providing samples. 

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