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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 843 Employers

Instructions and Help about How Form 843 Employers

I'm Joe Riley, president of National Drug Screening. I've been helping people learn how to do DOT urine specimen collections for over 20 years. In today's video, I want to show you the correct way to start a DOT urine specimen collection, as it often starts out wrong. Before beginning the collection, you must secure the restroom. This means having a blowing agent in the toilet and toilet tank, and ensuring there are no soap products, chemicals, or bleaches in the restroom. Any cubby holes where someone could hide something should also be secured. Soap dispensers, towel dispensers, and the water source of the hand sink should be secured as well. Make sure to inform the donor that they should not flush the toilet or wash their hands until after the collection is complete. They can wash their hands before the collection, but after providing the urine specimen, their hands must be washed after sealing it and flushing the toilet. I have a donor joining me shortly, and we will start a DOT urine specimen collection from the beginning. In today's video, we will only cover step one of the collection process. A donor enters the room. Joe: How are you today, sir? Donor: I'm doing very well, how about yourself? Joe: Good. Are you here for your DOT drug test? Donor: That's correct. Joe: Alright, great. I'm Joe Riley, and I will be your specimen collector today. Let's go over the DOT drug test procedure and fill out some paperwork on the custody and control form. We will collect your specimen in the restroom, seal it up, and prepare it for shipment to the laboratory. We will also complete the necessary paperwork. There are instructions on the back of the form that you can read while I make a...