At first glance, Federal and Non-Federal CCFs look similar. A Federal Form — the type of form used for all DOT testing – says “Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form” at the top. A Non-Federal Form says “Forensic Custody and Control Form.” The name of the laboratory (Quest Diagnostics, LabCorp, Alere, CRL, MedTox, etc.) is found in the upper right corner.
How do I know what type of testing form (CCF) I have?
By Tim Thoelecke|May 29th, 2020|General Questions|Comments Off on How do I know what type of testing form (CCF) I have?
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