Chapter 05 - LBJ American Samoa Medical Center Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy

11.0501 Purpose.

A. LBJ promulgates this Program in order to p…

11.0502 Scope.

This policy applies to all Employees of LBJ,…

11.0503 Definitions.

For the purposes of this Program, the followi…

11.0504 Prohibitions.

The following are prohibited actions for Empl…

11.0505 Types of Testing.

A. To use any of the following illegal drugs…

11.0506 Applicant Drug Testing.

An applicant for a Testing-Designated Positio…

11.0507 Occurrence Drug Testing.

Drug and alcohol tests are required as soon a…

11.0508 Random Drug Testing Requirements and Identification of Testing Designated Position.

A. Each year at least 25 percent (25%) of the…

11.0509 Reasonable Suspicion Testing.

A. An Employee may be tested for the improper…

11.0510 Call Back Duty.

Employees who are called in to work outside o…

11.0511 Return to Duty Testing.

Whenever an Employee is referred to a Substan…

11.0512 Follow-Up Testing.

Any Employee who the SAP determines as needin…

11.0513 Alcohol and Drug Testing Procedures.

A. All drugs and alcohol tests and procedures…

11.0514 Drug Testing – Confirmation Test.

Employees with negative test results will not…

11.0515 Alcohol Testing – Initial Screening Test.

LBJ may use alcohol saliva swab test methodol…

11.0516 Alcohol Testing – Confirmation Test.

An evidential breath testing (EBT) device app…

11.0517 Collection of Samples – Privacy.

Procedures for providing urine specimens must…

11.0519 Result, Medical Review.

All test results shall be submitted for medic…

11.0520 Action – Positive Test.

A. When an Applicant for employment has been…

11.0521 Release of Information.

Except as provided by law or regulation, neit…