2017 Mississippi Code
Title 71 - Labor and Industry
Chapter 7 - Drug and Alcohol Testing of Employees
§ 71-7-19. Disclosure and contents of laboratory test result reports
- (1) A laboratory shall disclose to the employer a written test result report within five (5) working days after the test.
- (2) All laboratory reports of a test result shall, at a minimum, state:
- (a) The name and address of the laboratory that performed the test and the positive identification of the person tested;
- (b) Any positive confirmed drug and alcohol test results on a specimen which tested positive on an initial test, or a negative drug and alcohol test result on a specimen; provided, however, that reports should not make reference to initial or confirmatory tests when reporting positive or negative results;
- (c) A list of the drugs tested for;
- (d) The type of tests conducted for both initial and confirmation tests and the cut-off levels of the tests; and
- (e) The report shall not disclose the presence or absence of any physical or mental condition or of any drug other than the specific drug and its metabolites that an employer requests to be identified.
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