This issue came up just once in New Jersey and we denied the employer's request to do the testing at the One-Stop. If testing need be done, it should be done off-site. Frederick S. Cohen, Assistant Commissioner -----Original Message----- From: wiaattorneys-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:wiaattorneys-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Joseph Mueller Sent: Thursday, September 01, 2005 10:11 AM To: wiaattorneys@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; Paul.Mason@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [wiaattorneys] Re: Drug Testing I'm not aware of an employer having ever asked for permission to conduct drug tests in a one-stop in Illinois. There's a legal opinion from 1994, concluding the Illinois Employment Service could distribute job applications that included a drug-test consent form. Joe Mueller, Legal Counsel Illinois Department of Employment Security 850 E. Madison, Third Floor Springfield, Illinois 62702 217/785-5069 >>> "Mason, Paul (LABOR)" <Paul.Mason@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 08/31/2005 12:53:31 PM >>> Has anyone dealt with the question of allowing employers to conduct drug tests at One-Stops? If so, does anyone have any policies or procedures on this issue? Any indemnification agreements? Paul Mason Associate Attorney State Office Campus Building 12, Room 509 Albany, NY 12240 phone: (518) 457-4380 fax: (518) 485-1819 paul.mason@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:paul.mason@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> This transmission may contain confidential or privileged information, which is intended for use by the individual or entity to whom it is addressed. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any disclosure, dissemination, copying or distribution of this transmission or its attachments is strictly prohibited. If you have received this transmission in error, please notify the sender immediately at the above address and delete the transmission and its attachments.