Negative test definition

Negative test means any swine from an infected herd or herd of unknown status that discloses an SPT agglutination reactor of less than complete agglutination in the blood titer dilution of 1:25 or that has no reaction to the card test. Any swine from a validated herd or a herd not known to be infected in a validated area or on a complete or twenty-five percent (25%) herd test that discloses an SPT agglutination reaction of less than complete agglutination in the blood titer dilution of 1:100 or that has no reaction to the card test.
Negative test. , for a disease, means a test in which each animal tested has tested negative for the disease.
Negative test. The final result of tested specimen in which no substance has been detected or a confirmed positive test that the MRO determines to be legitimate. NG/ML: Nanograms per milliliter are the unit of concentration used for quantitative drug test results.

Examples of Negative test in a sentence

  • Negative test results must be kept on file for one year after the student's last date of attendance at the college.

  • Negative test results are not intended to rule in other non-SARS viral or bacterial infections.

  • Negative test results are not intended to rule in other viral or bacterial infections.

  • Negative test result for a drug test means a verified presence of the identified drug or its metabolite below the minimum levels specified in 49 CFR Part 40, as amended.

  • Negative test results will be maintained for one (1) year Positive test results will be maintained for five (5) years Rehabilitation records will be maintained for five (5) years.

  • Negative test results are not intended to rule in other non-SARS-CoV-2 viral or bacterial infections.

  • Negative test results: Negative test must be a nucleic acid/PCR test performed at a medical facility/test site.

  • Negative test results can have clinical utility in that unnecessary treatments or surveillance can be avoided.

  • Negative test results will be one of the conditions of a contractor agreement.

  • Hard copy testing results shall be maintained by the TPA for the following specified periods: Negative test results will be maintained for one (1) year Positive test results will be maintained for five (5) years Rehabilitation records will be maintained for five (5) years.


More Definitions of Negative test

Negative test or “Negative Test Result” means a report from the Medical Review Officer that an individual who provided a specimen for Alcohol or Drug testing did not have an Alcohol or Drug concentration equal to or in excess of the limits set out in this Policy.
Negative test means 1) absence of drugs in the urine of an employee/applicant based on levels defined by DHHS and confirmed by DHHS certified laboratory and/or a medical review officer; 2) absence of alcohol in breath based on levels defined in 49 CFR, Part 40 confirmed by a evidential breath testing device.

Related to Negative test

  • COVID-19 test means a viral test for SARS-CoV-2 that is:

  • Quantitative fit test or "QNFT" means an assessment of the adequacy of respirator fit by numerically measuring the amount of leakage into the respirator.

  • Positive Test Result means a finding of the presence of drugs, alcohol, or their metabolites in the sample tested in levels at or above the threshold detection levels contained in the standards of one of the programs listed in Minn. Stat. § 181.953, Subd. 1.

  • Screening Test means a drug or alcohol test which uses a method of analysis allowed by the Minnesota Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace Act to be used for such purposes.

  • Asset Test means, for an Asset Review, each Test, as defined in the Asset Representations Review Agreement, in Schedule A to the Asset Representations Review Agreement to be performed by the Asset Representations Reviewer on the related Asset Review Receivables.

  • RDDS test Means one query sent to a particular “IP address” of one of the servers of one of the RDDS services. Queries shall be about existing objects in the Registry System and the responses must contain the corresponding information otherwise the query will be considered unanswered. Queries with an RTT 5 times higher than the corresponding SLR will be considered as unanswered. The possible results to an RDDS test are: a number in milliseconds corresponding to the RTT or undefined/unanswered.

  • Covenant Testing Period means a period (a) commencing on the last day of the fiscal quarter of Borrower most recently ended prior to a Covenant Trigger Event for which Borrower is required to deliver to Administrative Agent quarterly or annual financial statements pursuant to Section 5.2 of this Agreement, and (b) continuing through and including the first day after such Covenant Trigger Event that Availability has equaled or exceeded the greater of (i) 10% of the Borrowing Limit, and (ii) $15,000,000 for 60 consecutive calendar days.

  • Delinquency Test means, for any Payment Date, a test that will be satisfied if

  • EPP test Means one EPP command sent to a particular “IP address” for one of the EPP servers. Query and transform commands, with the exception of “create”, shall be about existing objects in the Registry System. The response shall include appropriate data from the Registry System. The possible results to an EPP test are: a number in milliseconds corresponding to the “EPP command RTT” or undefined/unanswered.

  • Maximum Concentration Level Assessment means the Maximum Concentration Level Assessment for the purposes of a Basic Comprehensive Certificate of Approval, described in the Basic Comprehensive User Guide, prepared by a Toxicologist using currently available toxicological information, that demonstrates that the concentration at any Point of Impingement for a Compound of Concern that does not have a Ministry Point of Impingement Limit is not likely to cause an adverse effect as defined by the EPA. The concentration at Point of Impingement for a Compound of Concern must be calculated in accordance with O. Reg. 419/05.

  • Start-Up Testing means the completion of applicable required factory and start-up tests as set forth in Exhibit C.

  • Fit test means the use of a protocol to qualitatively or quantitatively evaluate the fit of a respirator on an individual.

  • DNS test Means one non-­‐recursive DNS query sent to a particular “IP address” (via UDP or TCP). If DNSSEC is offered in the queried DNS zone, for a query to be considered answered, the signatures must be positively verified against a corresponding DS record published in the parent zone or, if the parent is not signed, against a statically configured Trust Anchor. The answer to the query must contain the corresponding information from the Registry System, otherwise the query will be considered unanswered. A query with a “DNS resolution RTT” 5 times higher than the corresponding SLR, will be considered unanswered. The possible results to a DNS test are: a number in milliseconds corresponding to the “DNS resolution RTT” or, undefined/unanswered.

  • Elevated blood lead level means a level of lead in blood that is any of the following:

  • Reportable Compliance Event means that any Covered Entity becomes a Sanctioned Person, or is charged by indictment, criminal complaint or similar charging instrument, arraigned, or custodially detained in connection with any Anti-Terrorism Law or any predicate crime to any Anti-Terrorism Law, or has knowledge of facts or circumstances to the effect that it is reasonably likely that any aspect of its operations is in actual or probable violation of any Anti-Terrorism Law.

  • Percolation test means a subsurface soil test at the depth of a proposed absorption system or similar component of an OWTS to determine the water absorption capability of the soil, the results of which are normally expressed as the rate at which one inch of water is absorbed. The rate is expressed in minutes per inch.

  • Material Project EBITDA Adjustments means, with respect to each Material Project:

  • regulatory action level RBC means the product of 1.5 and its authorized control level RBC;

  • Minimum Level (ML means the concentration at which the entire analytical system must give a recognizable signal and an acceptable calibration point. The ML is the concentration in a sample that is equivalent to the concentration of the lowest calibration standard analyzed by a specific analytical procedure, assuming that all the method-specified sample weights, volumes and processing steps have been followed.

  • Collateral Quality Test means a test that is satisfied if, as of any date of determination, in the aggregate, the Collateral Loans owned (or in relation to a proposed acquisition of a Collateral Loan, both owned and proposed to be owned) by the Borrower satisfy each of the tests set forth below, calculated in each case in accordance with Section 1.3:

  • Coverage Test means each of the Class A/B Par Value Test, the Class A/B Interest Coverage Test, the Class C Par Value Test, the Class C Interest Coverage Test, the Class D Par Value Test, the Class D Interest Coverage Test, the Class E Par Value Test and the Class E Interest Coverage Test.

  • Distribution Compliance Period with respect to any Note, means the period of 40 consecutive days beginning on and including the later of (a) the day on which such Note is first offered to persons other than distributors (as defined in Regulation S) in reliance on Regulation S, notice of which day shall be promptly given by the Company to the Trustee, and (b) the date of issuance with respect to such Note or any predecessor of such Note.

  • Drug test means a test designed to detect the illegal use of a controlled substance.

  • Test means such test as is prescribed by the particulars or considered necessary by the Inspecting Officer whether performed or made by the Inspecting Officer or any agency acting under the direction of the Inspecting Officer;

  • Delinquency Trigger Event means, for any Collection Period, the aggregate Principal Balance of Delinquent Receivables that have been Delinquent Receivables for 61 days or more as a percentage of the Pool Balance as of the last day of the Collection Period exceeding or being equal to 6.62%.

  • Maximum contaminant level goal or “MCLG” means the maximum level of a contaminant in drinking water at which no known or anticipated adverse effect on the health of persons would occur, and which allows an adequate margin of safety. MCLGs are nonenforceable health goals.