Employee's failure to provide an adequate urine sample attributed to employer's failure to comply federal procedures rather than employee misconduct

Employee's failure to provide an adequate urine sample attributed to employer's failure to comply federal procedures rather than employee misconduct Dept. of Sanitation v Anonymous, OATH Index No. 765/11 OATH Administrative Law Judge Kevin Casey dismissed a charge alleging that a sanitation worker had refused to submit to a random drug test. The worker, who became ill during the testing procedure and was later diagnosed with a medical condition, was unable to provide a sufficient urine sample, despite repeated attempts. ALJ Casey found the department failed to provide the worker with forty ounces of water to drink over a period of three hours, as required by federal regulation. Hence, the employee's failure to produce sufficient urine for testing was not misconduct. The decision is posted on the Internet at: http://archive.citylaw.org/oath/11_Cases/11-765.pdf

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