Employees who are classified as “safety sensitive” employees are subject to random substance abuse testing. Safety sensitive employees are numbered on a spreadsheet maintained by Risk Management. Numbers are generated randomly by a third party who DOES NOT have access to employee’s identifying information such as: name, SSN, birth date, employee ID numbers, etc. The random numbers are provided to Risk Management who then determines the employees for random testing. Random testing is completed monthly. Safety sensitive employees are subject to random testing every month, however, due to the random selection process, employees may be selected two or more months consecutively or not selected for several months. To simplify the answer, an employee can be selected as little as once or as many as 12 times per year due to the random selection process.