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Must a supervisor complete a statement indicating why a reasonable-suspicion drug test was performed? What about for a reasonable-suspicion alcohol test?

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Must a supervisor complete a statement indicating why a reasonable-suspicion drug test was performed? What about for a reasonable-suspicion alcohol test?

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Supervisors must document the contemporaneous indicators that were used to determine the need for a reasonable-suspicion drug test. This documentation must be completed before the test result is received. However, the regulations do not require such documentation for a reasonable-suspicion alcohol test.

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