That Post-Incident Drug Test May Now Be a Little Bit Safer Thanks to a New OSHA Memo

In an October 2016 memo OSHA set forth the position that drug testing employees who report injuries or illnesses was prohibited unless an employer had an “objectively reasonable basis” for conducting the test.  According to OSHA, “evidence in the rule making record shows that blanket post-incident drug testing policies deter proper reporting,” and OSHA indicated … Continue reading That Post-Incident Drug Test May Now Be a Little Bit Safer Thanks to a New OSHA Memo