Termination upheld for random drug test refusalThe grievor had been accommodated under a last-chance agreement for his addictions. He had passed several random tests, but eventually refused one because his position had not been defined as safety-sensitive. The arbitrator found that the grievor was bound by his agreement to submit to random testing and that the employer had accommodated him to the point of undue hardship.12/05/2011|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 12/05/2011 A transit worker was fired when he refused to submit to a random drug test mandated by the terms of his return-to-work agreement. The worker said that the test was discriminatory and a violation of his rights under the Human Rights Code because he was no longer in a safety-sensitive position. The union grieved. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.