First, I was hired 2 years prior to the implementation of a new (as of 7-1-10) random drug testing policy. My employer has also instituted a policy which now requires us to disclose any medication, (over-the-counter or prescription) we take which 'could' cause impairment. The new rules state that an employee who sustain an injury, or whose client sustains an injury while said employee is on duty is subject to a drug test. It seems this would leave the door open for the employer to terminate an employee for failing to disclose personal medical information. We do on occasion provide transportation, and I understand their concern and appreciate their attempting to ensure client safety. However, a drug test was not a condition of my employment at the time of hire. I object to random drug testing and 'for cause' testing. If an employee does not perform his or her job adequately, he/she should be let go. The law already allows for this. Can my employer require me to disclose the medications I take as directed by my physician?