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September 2016 V5 0,Table of Contents,1 0 Introduction 5. 1 1 Scope 5,1 2 References 6,1 2 1 Defined Terms 6. 1 2 2 Documentation 6,2 0 Roles and Responsibilities 7. 2 1 Testing Authority Sample Collection Authority 7. 2 2 Doping Control Officer 9,2 3 Blood Collection Officer 10. 2 4 Chaperone 10,2 5 Sample Collection Personnel 11.
2 6 Athlete 11,2 7 Athlete Representative 12, 3 0 Preparation for the Sample Collection Session 14. 3 1 Required Equipment and Supplies 14,3 2 Sufficient Quantities 15. 3 3 System Criteria 15,3 4 Sample Collection Personnel Briefing 15. 3 5 Facilities 16,3 5 1 In Competition Testing Criteria 16. 3 5 2 Out of Competition Testing Criteria 17,3 5 3 Access Restrictions 17.
4 0 Athlete Selection 18,4 1 1 Target Testing 18,4 1 2 Random Selection 18. 4 2 Sample Collection Timing 19,5 0 Athlete Notification 20. 5 1 Reporting Delays 23,5 1 1 Inability to Locate the Athlete 23. Blood Sample Collection Guidelines Page 2 of 49,September 2016 V5 0. 5 1 2 Athlete Failure to Comply 24,5 1 3 Requests for Delay or Departure 24.
6 0 Athlete Chaperoning 25, 6 1 Prior to Arrival at the Blood Collection Facility 25. 6 1 1 Timing of Notification Considerations 25,6 1 2 Food and Drink Precautions 26. 6 1 3 Irregularities in Notification and or Suspicious Behavior 26. 6 2 Arrival at the Blood Collection Facility 26,6 2 1 Entry and Exit 27. 6 2 2 Other Considerations 27,7 0 Conducting the Sample Collection Session 29. 7 1 Venipuncture 29,7 1 1 Whole Blood or Plasma 29.
7 1 2 Serum 29,7 1 3 Athlete Biological Passport 30. 7 2 Selection of Sample Collection Equipment 30,7 3 Sample Provision 31. 7 4 Aftercare Procedure 32,7 5 Post Collection Processing 32. 7 5 1 Analysis of Whole Blood or Plasma 32,7 5 2 Analysis of Serum 33. 7 6 Sealing of the Blood Samples 33,7 7 Completing the Doping Control Form 33.
7 7 1 Blood only Doping Control Form 34,7 7 2 ABP Doping Control Form 34. 7 7 3 Urine Blood Doping Control Form 35, 8 0 Sample Storage and Laboratory Documentation 36. 9 0 Transport of Samples 37,9 1 Receipt of Samples by the Laboratory 38. 10 0 Ownership of Samples 39,Blood Sample Collection Guidelines Page 3 of 49. September 2016 V5 0,11 0 Definitions 40,11 1 2015 Code Defined Terms 40.
11 2 ISTI Defined Terms 43,11 3 Guidelines Defined Terms 45. 11 4 ISL Defined Terms 45, Appendix 1 Integration of Multiple Blood Testing Types 47. Blood Sample Collection Guidelines Page 4 of 49,September 2016 V5 0. 1 0 Introduction, These Blood Sample Collection Guidelines expand upon the World Anti Doping. Agency s WADA s International Standard for Testing and Investigations ISTI. The processes outlined in this document promote good practice moving forward. assisting Anti Doping Organizations ADOs in the development of systems and. protocols to support intelligent effective Testing programs. Withstanding exceptional and justifiable circumstances No Advance Notice Testing. shall be the method for Blood Sample collection While the Sample collection. process may vary slightly from the recommendations provided mandatory ISTI. provisions apply to maintain the integrity of the Sample and to ensure that the. health and safety of the Athlete and Sample Collection Personnel are not. compromised, Blood Sample collection shall be consistent with the local standards and regulatory.
requirements regarding precautions in healthcare settings where those standards. and requirements exceed the requirements set out in ISTI Annex E Collection of. Blood Samples The procedure should be carried out by experienced professionals. who 1 possess qualifications in phlebotomy recognized by the relevant public. authorities and 2 maintain the highest standards of hygiene and safety at all. The Guidelines cover the Blood Sample collection process from roles and. responsibilities planning and preparation Athlete selection notification and. chaperoning venipuncture Sample provision and after care post Sample. collection processing sealing and storage to transport of the Sample s to the. Laboratory for analysis, ADOs get practical advice on integrating Athlete Biological Passport ABP Testing. into traditional Testing activities For detailed guidance on the implementation of. an ABP Program refer to WADA s ABP Operating Guidelines the ISTI Annex K and. L and the International Standard for Laboratories ISL. Tips on how to use WADA s Anti Doping Administration and Management System. ADAMS are also included, For requirements specific to urine Sample collection refer to the Urine Sample. Collection Guidelines,Blood Sample Collection Guidelines Page 5 of 49. September 2016 V5 0,1 2 References,1 2 1 Defined Terms. The Guidelines include defined terms from the Code and these International. Standards IS ISTI ISL and International Standard on Personal Privacy and. Personal Information ISPPPI Code terms are written in italics Terms from the IS. are underlined, Definitions are provided in Guidelines Section 11 0.
1 2 2 Documentation, The following are considered main references for the Blood Sample Collection. Guidelines all of which are available on WADA s Web site. 2015 World Anti Doping Code, International Standard for Testing and Investigations. ABP Operating Guidelines, WADA s Guidelines for Implementing an Effective Testing Program. Related support documentation is provided in Appendix 1. Integration of Multiple Blood Testing Types,Blood Sample Collection Guidelines Page 6 of 49. September 2016 V5 0,2 0 Roles and Responsibilities.
2 1 Testing Authority Sample Collection Authority, ADOs contracting other ADOs or third parties to act as Sample Collection Authorities. are considered Testing Authorities, The Sample Collection Authority is responsible for the overall conduct of the Sample. Collection Session Main activities are listed below some of which may be. performed by the Testing Authority or delegated to the Doping Control Officer. Unique to the Testing Authority role is instituting ISTI Annex A Investigating a. Possible Faillure to Comply,Preparation, Determine the necessary competence and qualification requirements of. Sample Collection Personnel establish an accreditation re accreditation. system and develop duty statements that outline their respective. responsibilities, Appoint and authorize Sample Collection Personnel ensuring personnel have. been trained for their assigned responsibilities have no conflict of interest in. the outcome of the Sample collection and are not Minors. Maintain records of education training skills and experience of all Sample. Collection Personnel, Delegate specific responsibilities to the Doping Control Officer DCO.
Provide official documentation to Sample Collection Personnel validating their. authority to collect a Sample from the Athlete e g an authorization letter. from the Testing Authority, Obtain the necessary information to ensure the effective conduct of the. Sample Collection Session including identifying if the Athlete has special. requirements ISTI Annex B Modifications for Athletes with Impairments and. Annex C Modifications for Athletes who are Minors,Athlete notification. Establish a system for locating the selected Athlete planning the approach. and timing of notification and recording in detail Athlete notification. attempt s and outcome s, Establish criteria to validate the notified Athlete s identity. Blood Sample Collection Guidelines Page 7 of 49,September 2016 V5 0. Determine if a third party is required for notification prior to notification of. the Athlete when the Athlete is a Minor or where required by an Athlete s. impairment ISTI Annex B and C or in situations where an interpreter is. Sample collection, Establish criteria for the authorization of who may be present during the.
Sample Collection Session in addition to Sample Collection Personnel. Develop a system to ensure that documentation is completed for each. Sample and is securely handled,Post test administration. Define criteria ensuring that each Sample collected is stored in a manner that. protects its integrity identity and security prior to transport from the Doping. Control Station Minimum criteria include detailing and documenting the. location where Samples are stored and who has custody of the Samples and. or is permitted access to the Samples, Authorize a transport system that ensures Samples and documentation are. transported in a manner that protects their integrity identity and security. Develop a system for recording Chain of Custody of the Samples and Sample. collection documentation including confirmation that both the Samples and. collection documentation have arrived at their intended destinations. Develop a system to ensure that where required instructions for the type of. analysis to be conducted are provided to the Laboratory conducting the. Store documentation related to a Sample Collection Session and or an anti. doping rule violation in accordance with the International Standard for the. Protection of Privacy and Personal Information ISPPPI. Blood Sample Collection Guidelines Page 8 of 49,September 2016 V5 0. 2 2 Doping Control Officer, One lead senior DCO oversees the Sample Collection Session ensuring that each. Sample is properly collected identified and sealed and that all Samples have been. properly stored and dispatched in accordance to the relevant analytical guidelines. If professionally qualified a DCO may also perform the duties of a Blood Collection. Officer This Guidelines document allows for both scenarios. On site preparation, Organize equipment including all relevant documentation.
Organize and brief Sample Collection Personnel on their roles and. responsibilities prior to or upon arrival at the Blood Collection Facility. including Athlete notification chaperoning and Sample collection also urine. collection if applicable, Ensure that Chaperones are trained in carrying out relevant activities. Assess and organize the Testing facilities,Athlete notification. Arrange or perform notification and escorting of Athletes. Liaise with sport representatives if relevant, Ensure that the Athlete s rights and responsibilities are explained. Explain or arrange explanation of the process for Blood Sample collection to. Athletes and Athlete Representatives as necessary,Sample collection. Collect and or oversee the Sample collection, Coordinate collection of accompanying urine Sample if necessary.
Witness or arrange the witnessing of Sample provision for urine Sample. Ensure that each Sample is properly collected identified and sealed. Post test administration,Oversee the post collection process. Ensure all Samples have been properly stored and dispatched accompanied. by a temperature data logger in accordance with the relevant analytical. guidelines,Blood Sample Collection Guidelines Page 9 of 49. September 2016 V5 0, Complete or arrange completion of and verify the relevant documentation. Verify the Chain of Custody, Organize courier services if necessary and transport the Sample s Or. organize on site screening of Sample,2 3 Blood Collection Officer.
As mentioned a qualified DCO may perform the duties assigned to the BCO. Qualifications, Possesses qualifications in phlebotomy recognized by the relevant public. authorities with experience in Sample collection, Approved by the authorized collection agency to conduct the Blood Collection. Sample collection, Answer relevant questions from Athletes about the procedure. Prepare the Athlete collect a Blood Sample and advise the Athlete on. aftercare procedures,Perform first aid on the Athlete if required. Post test administration, Dispose of the Sample Collection Equipment used in Sample collection as per.
the required local standards for handling blood, Verify the collection procedure and sign the relevant documentation. 2 4 Chaperone, A Chaperone may be assigned additional duties for urine Sample collection The. duties listed below relate to Blood Sample collection only. On site preparation, Receive training from the DCO Chaperones with no experience are to be. trained by the DCO on site, Training will include the requirements for notification chaperoning and. witnessing Sample provision if applicable and confidentiality obligations. Blood Sample Collection Guidelines Page 10 of 49,September 2016 V5 0.
Athlete notification, Notify the Athlete in person as instructed by the DCO. Escort the Athlete from notification until arrival at the Blood Collection. 2 5 Sample Collection Personnel,Sample collection, Conduct or assist with the Sample Collection Session. These individuals must, Be trained and authorized for their assigned responsibilities. Not have any conflict of interest in the outcome of the Sample. collection and,Not be a Minor,2 6 Athlete,Athlete notification. Request the presence of an Athlete Representative if desired. Be escorted from notification to Sample provision,Sample collection.
Report for Doping Control as soon as possible and within the specified time. frame unless there are valid reasons for a delay ISTI Article 5 4 4 a b. and Guidelines Section 5 1 3,Provide valid ID, Remain within direct observation of the DCO Chaperone at all times from t.

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