Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 10. Employment Practices and Working Conditions
Section 699. Definitions.
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AS 23.10.699. Definitions.

In AS 23.10.600 - 23.10.699,

(1) "alcohol" means ethanol, isopropanol, or methanol;

(2) "drugs" means a substance considered unlawful under AS 11.71 or the metabolite of the substance;

(3) "drug testing" means testing for evidence of the use of a drug;

(4) "employee" means a person in the service of an employer;

(5) "employer" means a person who employs one or more full-time employees under a contract of hire, express or implied, oral or written;

(6) "good faith" means reasonable reliance on fact, or that which is held out to be factual, without the intent to deceive or be deceived and without reckless or malicious disregard for the truth;

(7) "prospective employee" means a person who has made application to an employer, whether written or oral, to become an employee;

(8) "random" means a scientifically valid method that ensures that all covered employees have an equal chance of being selected;

(9) "sample" means urine or breath from the person being tested.

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