Tag: regulated drug testing

Staying compliant with new DOT regulations
New DOT regulations add four opioids: hydrocodone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, and oxymorphone to the test panel. Our experts answer your questions. Continue reading

By   /  November 29, 2017

Ask the Experts: Getting started with eCCF
We answer the most frequent and important inquiries about getting started with eCCF. Continue reading

By   /  December 21, 2016

Important changes with eCCF
eCCF impacts the entire federally-regulated drug testing process. Read about important changes and how they can affect your drug testing program. Continue reading

By   /  October 10, 2016

Speed up testing with eCCF
Employers can begin taking advantage of eCCF for their DOT urine drug testing. Continue reading

By   /  September 27, 2016

Quest Diagnostics Approved to Use eCCF for Federally-Mandated Workforce
Benefits of eCCF include fewer data entry and legibility issues, reduced collection site flaws, less paper to manage and improved overall efficiency. Continue reading

By   /  August 18, 2016

Collection sites outfitted for eCCF
We have equipped our collection sites with technology for eCCF and trained collectors to be proficient in all regulated drug testing requirements. Continue reading

By   /  February 5, 2016

Electronic Chain of Custody Forms and regulated testing
eCCF advantages include fewer data entry and legibility errors, reduced paper consumption, and specimen tracking throughout the testing process. Continue reading

By   /  June 5, 2014

Client forum reinforces ‘We’re There’ commitment
Bob McCormick, Vice President, Quest Diagnostics Employer Solutions, spoke to clients about the value of sharing ideas and best practices. Continue reading

By   /  April 16, 2014

New to drug testing: Designated Employer Representative
The DER is the point of contact between the employer, donor and drug testing provider, and they receive drug test results on behalf of the employer. Continue reading

By   /  January 23, 2014

Medical marijuana
The following article was published by the U.S. Department of Transportation Office of Drug & Alcohol Policy & Compliance (ODAPC). Continue reading

By   /  November 12, 2009