Tag: DOT

eCCF

eCCF update: The paperless revolution

August 8, 2016 By

Federal eCCF inspections are complete and all Quest Diagnostics drug testing labs are approved to process electronic Custody and Control Forms.

Reasons for Testing

Reasons for testing: Follow-up drug testing

March 8, 2016 By

Follow-up drug testing is for employees who have previously tested positive for illicit substances or violated a company’s drug and alcohol policy.

News

2016 DOT Random Testing Rates

January 5, 2016 By

The Office of Drug & Alcohol Policy & Compliance has published the 2016 Department of Transportation Random Testing Rates.

eCCF

Preparing for the electronic Custody and Control Form (eCCF)

November 18, 2015 By

As we prepare to begin using the regulated eCCF, we are making design changes to our interfaces that will affect eCCF users.

Collections

Preparing for a drug test collection

July 30, 2015 By

When preparing for a drug test collection, donors should follow these best practices to help ensure an optimal collection experience.

News

Employee drug and alcohol testing handbook

July 1, 2015 By

Answers to common drug testing questions are now found in the newly updated Department of Transportation Employee Handbook.

Oral Fluid testing

Proposed guidelines impacting workplace drug testing programs

May 20, 2015 By

The Department of Health and Human Services published two notices that could lead to important changes in federal drug testing requirements.

eCCF

Regulated electronic Custody and Control Form (eCCF) use approved

April 15, 2015 By

On April 13, the DOT published a Notice of a Final Rule which allows employers, collectors, labs and MROs to use eCCFs for regulated drug testing programs.

eCCF

Electronic Chain of Custody Forms and regulated testing

June 5, 2014 By

eCCF advantages include fewer data entry and legibility errors, reduced paper consumption, and specimen tracking throughout the testing process.

News

Commercial driver database proposal

February 21, 2014 By

Last week the FMCSA announced a proposed rule that would establish a national drug testing database for all commercial driver’s license holders.