I would like to get your views on how we would define safety sensitive positions. Engineers design bridges. A mistake made by an engineer in a critical calculation could cause a bridge to collapse. It is the same thing for architects. A fire in Britain caused 80 deaths. It looks like there was a decision made by someone not to put fireproof cladding inside the building. Doctors make life-and-death decisions; surgeons have people under the knife. Police carry guns.
I'm curious, it strikes me that all those are safety sensitive positions. Would you include those groups in your proposal to randomly test?
Diplomatically, I'm keeping lawyers out.