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What to expect at a drug test collection

July 21, 2017 By

Don’t be caught by surprise! Learn what to expect during a drug test, including the strict guidelines collectors follow, before you take one.

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2017 National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

April 14, 2017 By

On Saturday, April 29 safe disposal areas will be available throughout the country for anyone to turn in their unused prescription medications.

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See the eCCF difference for yourself

April 7, 2017 By

The eCCF Difference video provides an easy-to-understand look into the benefits employers can realize by adopting eCCF.

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By the Numbers: Going green with eCCF

March 1, 2017 By

If eCCFs were used for every Quest Diagnostics drug test performed instead of paper CCFs, 10,000 trees could have been saved in 2016 alone.

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Revisions to Federal workplace drug testing

February 10, 2017 By

HHS revised its mandatory guidelines to expand federal urine drug testing to include hydrocodone, hydromorphone, oxycodone, and oxymorphone.

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Drug and alcohol clearinghouse aims to make roads safer

December 8, 2016 By

FMCSA final rule will keep drivers that violate drug and alcohol testing requirements from operating a CMV with different employers.

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Webinar: Gain the eCCF advantage

October 13, 2016 By

Get the inside scoop on what you need to know to easily integrate eCCF into your drug testing program in our upcoming webinar.

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Important changes with eCCF

October 10, 2016 By

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

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Speed up testing with eCCF

September 27, 2016 By

Employers can begin taking advantage of eCCF for their DOT urine drug testing.

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Quest Diagnostics Approved to Use eCCF for Federally-Mandated Workforce

August 18, 2016 By

Benefits of eCCF include fewer data entry and legibility issues, reduced collection site flaws, less paper to manage and improved overall efficiency.