Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 10. Employment Practices and Working Conditions
Section 660. Confidentiality of Results; Access to Records.
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AS 23.10.660. Confidentiality of Results; Access to Records.

A communication received by an employer relevant to drug test or alcohol impairment test results and received through the employer's testing program is a confidential and privileged communication and may not be disclosed except

(1) to the tested employee or prospective employee or another person designated in writing by the employee or prospective employee;

(2) to individuals designated by an employer to receive and evaluate test results or hear the explanation of the employee or prospective employee; or

(3) as ordered by a court or governmental agency.

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