During a DOT collection, ultimately who is responsible for correctly denoting the type of testing to take place?

Ultimately, §40.14 says the employer must provide this information to the collector. If the collector does not get this information directly from the employer (either verbally or in written format), it would be prudent for the collector to contact the employer. If the employer (or TPA) notices that “Reason for Test” was marked wrong on the CCF after the fact, he just needs to do a memorandum for correction to change the test type. Nothing else has to be done.

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