A collector may shake the specimen for the purpose indicated in the DOT Collector Guidelines (Jan 2018) with the assumption that they know what they’re looking for (they’ve had training to distinguish the differences) – and they should do so only when it is in a sealed container. Shaking might indicate
Monitored Collections DOT If you use a multi-stall restroom, you must either: Secure all sources of water and other substances that could be used for adulteration and substitution (e.g., water faucets, soap dispensers) and place bluing agent in all toilets or secure the toilets to prevent access; or Conduct
Shy Bladder In a DOT collection, the donor is always required to make an attempt to void a specimen. If thy say they cannot go right now, they are required to try anyway. Once an unsuccessful attempt is made this starts the shy bladder process. A Shy Bladder Log
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