US FAA proposed a $1.025 million civil penalty against Singapore Technologies Aerospace subsidiary San Antonio Aerospace LP, for allegedly failing to conduct required pre-employment drug tests or waiting to verify negative drug test results before hiring 90 people to perform safety-sensitive functions between March 2007 and May 2008. The company was renamed ST Aerospace San Antonio in November 2009. "Required pre-employment drug testing is an important part of the government's ...

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