(1) If an approved laboratory receives a body sample divided into Sample A and Sample B for a confirmatory drug test, the laboratory must, as soon as practicable after receiving the specimen tubes:
(a) inspect each tube for damage; and
(b) check that the seals on the tubes are intact.
(2) If a seal on a specimen tube is not intact, or a specimen tube is damaged in such a way that the integrity of the body sample may have been compromised, the laboratory must:
(a) not test the part of the body sample contained in the tube; and
(b) discard the contents of the tube.
(3) If the laboratory discards the contents of both of the specimen tubes, as soon as practicable after the day the laboratory received the tubes, the laboratory must send to CASA a dated, written notice that includes the following information:
(a) the date and time of receipt of the body sample at the laboratory;
(b) the sample identifier for the body sample;
(c) a statement about why both tubes were discarded.
(4) As soon as practicable after CASA receives the notice from the laboratory, CASA must give a written a notice to the donor that includes the following:
(a) the sample identifier for the body sample;
(b) a statement:
(i) that neither Sample A nor Sample B could be tested because the integrity of the body samples had been compromised; and
(ii) that both Sample A and Sample B were discarded by the laboratory.