DOT Rule 49 CFR Part 40 Section 40.208
Subpart I—Problems in Drug Tests
§ 40.208 What problem requires corrective action but does not result in the cancellation of a test?
- For a urine collection, the specimen temperature on the CCF was not checked and the “Remarks” line did not contain an entry regarding the temperature being out of range; or
- For an oral fluid collection, the collector failed to check the box in Step 2 of the CCF that indicates “Each Device was Within Expiration Date” but the collector entered the “Split Specimen Device Expiration Date” in Step 4 of the CCF.
- For an oral fluid collection, the collector erred by entering the expiration date as the “Primary/Single Specimen Device Expiration Date” instead of entering the date as the “Split Specimen Device Expiration Date” in Step 4 of the CCF.
(b) The errors listed in paragraph (a) of this section do not result in the cancellation of the test.
(c) As an employer or service agent, the errors listed in paragraph (a) of this section, even though not sufficient to cancel a drug test result, may subject you to enforcement action under DOT agency regulations or subpart R of this part.
[88 FR 27649, May 2, 2023]