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Donor Refuses to Complete Paperwork

Refusal to Complete Donor Certification on Copy 2 of CCF or Initial Security Strips.

If the donor refuses to complete the donor certification on the MRO copy (Copy 2) of the CCF, or refuses to initial the security strips after they have been affixed to the specimen vials, this is not considered a refusal to test. Do not debate with the donor. It is the responsibility of the collector to note the fact in the "Remarks" section of the CCF. Failure to do so may result in a Fatal Flaw. The MRO may not release the results of the drug screen unless the collector has noted in the "Remarks" section why the donor certification was not completed.

Refusal to Provide ID or Social Security Number

If the donor refuses to provide the collector with an ID or Social Security Number, this is not considered a refusal to test. The collector must make a notation of the fact in the "Remarks" section of the CCF. Failure to do so may result in a Fatal Flaw. After making the notation, the collector continues with the collection.