Summarized from 49CFR Part 40) and adapted to non-DOT collections. We model DOT protocols for all collections. The collector may terminate the process at any point if the donor does not cooperate.
No one is forcing you to remain at the collection site. If you leave after beginning the process, it is reported as a Refusal to Test. Under DOT regulations, a Refusal is treated the same as a positive test. Most non-DOT employers also consider a Refusal as a failed test.
Examples of a Refusal to Test
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