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Regulatory Requirements Enabling Learning Objectives. Select from a list the primary regulatory guidance used for biochemical testing. Select from a list the required rate of testing. Select from a list additional testing requirements. Back . Next . Regulatory Guidelines.

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Regulatory Requirements

Enabling Learning Objectives

  • Select from a list the primary regulatory guidance used for biochemical testing.

  • Select from a list the required rate of testing.

  • Select from a list additional testing requirements.

Back

Next


Regulatory Guidelines

  • Primary guidance for the Biochemical Testing Program comes from:

    • AR 600-85 - Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

    • DoD Directive (DoDD)1010.1 - Drug Abuse Testing Program

    • DoD Instruction (DoDI) 1010.16 - Technical Procedures for the Military Personnel Drug Testing Program


Requirement for Testing

  • DOD 1010.1 p.8 and AR 600-85 8-2a states that the minimum rate of testing is one random sample per active duty member each year.

  • For Reserve and National Guard, “as close as possible to rates established for the active forces”; consistent with available resources and constraints on training time.


Requirement for Testing

  • The minimum rate of testing means that commanders at any level can increase or mandate a higher testing rate.

  • One random sample per active duty member each year

    • This means that if your unit has 120 Soldiers assigned, then the commander must randomly select a minimum and you must test a minimum of 120 Soldiers during the year. Because the Soldiers are randomly selected, some Soldiers will provide more than one specimen and others may provide none.


Requirement for Testing

  • Annual testing required per AR 600-85, chapter 7:

    • Aviation personnel.

    • Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Surety Personnel Reliability Program.

      NOTE: The annual testing requirement for Military Police was erroneously removed from the regulation; this requirement will be put back in the regulation as part of the next update. Check with your local ASAP to see if it is still a local requirement.


Requirement for Testing

  • DoD Drug Demand Reduction Policy states that Flag Officers will be tested at least once per year.

    • If not randomly selected throughout the year, then they must be tested during the 12th month.

  • AR 600-85 paragraph 1-35c states that all ARNG and USAR Soldiers ordered to active duty will be tested at their reception station.


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