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Situations Not Considered as Refusal

If a donor for pre-employment testing fails to appear, does not provide a urine specimen, or leaves the collection site before the collection process begins (eg, before being given a collection cup), this is not considered a refusal to test.

If a donor refuses to sign the donor certification on the MRO copy (Copy 2) of the CCF or to initial the security strips, this is not considered a refusal to test.

If a donor refuses to provide an ID or Social Security Number, this is not considered a refusal to test.

If a donor during the three (3) hour waiting period for a "shy bladder" refuses to drink any liquids, this is not considered a refusal to test.