What is a specimen collector?
- Published: 02/09/2023
- Updated: 02/09/2023
A specimen collector, also known as a drug testing collector, is a person trained and qualified to collect biological samples, such as urine, hair, saliva, or blood, from individuals for drug testing.
The collector ensures that the collection process is performed according to established protocols and that the sample's integrity is maintained to produce accurate and reliable test results. In addition, the collector must ensure that the individual being tested understands the testing process and that the collection is performed in a manner that is respectful and non-invasive.
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