(1) A bodily sample must be packed, stored and transported to a laboratory for testing in a manner that:
(a) will preserve the integrity of the sample; and
(b) ensures that the testing of the sample will produce the same results as would have been obtained if the sample had been tested immediately after collection.
(2) The sampler must ensure that the following documents are sent to the laboratory with the sample:
(a) the affidavit completed under paragraph 21F(1)(a);
(b) the statement completed under regulation 21J.