Tag: eCCF

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Make the switch to eCCF

June 16, 2020 By

Simplifying your drug testing process has never been easier than switching to electronic Custody and Control Forms (eCCF). Learn how to make the switch today.

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Webinar in review: Flip the switch, why you should turn on digital drug testing

August 2, 2019 By

In our recent webinar, our experts highlighted the value of electronic Custody and Control forms for workplace drug testing.

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Webinar: the true value of electronic Custody and Control Forms (eCCF)

July 1, 2019 By

In our upcoming webinar, Flip the switch: why you should turn on digital drug testing, learn the true value of electronic Custody and Control Forms (eCCF).

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Ask the Experts: Drug test turnaround times

December 18, 2017 By

Learn more about drug test turnaround times, lab processes, and choosing a collection site that can lead to faster turnaround times.

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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.

By the Numbers

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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Getting started with eCCF

December 21, 2016 By

We answer the some of the most frequently asked quetsions about getting started with eCCF. Learn more.

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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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Ask the Experts: Drug test collection quality

September 30, 2016 By

We hold our collectors to the highest standards of quality by establishing chain of custody protocols, conducting audits, and reducing fatal flaws.