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3. Jacket allowed—6 4. Pockets not mentioned—5 5. ID not checked—3 6. Hand-Washing issues (before or aſter)—8


7. Items in enclosure—6 8. Water availability—8 In one collection site in Florida, there


were used cups in a trashcan within the enclosure. In two collections, I was told to empty my pockets, but the collector turned away to fill out paperwork, so did not observe the emptying of pockets. Paperwork findings for the 15 most


recent audits reviewed for this article revealed the following: 1. Issues with botle seals—9 2. No procedure review—12


3. Back of form not mentioned—All 15 4. Paperwork completed in proper order—11 Te most common paperwork


completion error was simply the collector completing Step 4 before I completed Step 5. At two locations, the collector directed me to complete Step 5, then signed Step 4, then tore off Copy 1 and dated the seals, which were then placed on the botles—perhaps to avoid carbon shadows? One collector both dated and initialed the seals, while another had me complete both. At one urgent care collection site in


Pennsylvania, the bathroom used was non- dedicated and used by both staff and other patients. Tere was no signage posted in accordance with §40.43(c)(2) nor was the


A clandestine audit is typically not scheduled in advance, or if an appointment is


needed the collection site is not told it is a compliance review.


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