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Unless you pay for your own medical testing, we consider the medical the property of the employer. You will have been assessed for a specific risk and exposure group, which may not be applicable to your new job, leaving you at risk of injury or performing a job you are not fit to do.

The General Safety Regulations of the OSHA, 2A refers to intoxication. Most companies have a ZERO tolerance policy, and if an employee is tested positive for a substance, he will be declared unfit for work until he is clean. The company policy affects the decision.

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