What do employees take with them to the testing center?
If you are wondering what do employees need to take with them to the testing center, you should know that they will always need a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license. If for some reason the employee or candidate does not take an acceptable photo ID, the employer’s Designated Employer Representative (DER) may identify him or her over the telephone.
The donor will also need to have test which may consist of a Custody and Control Form (CCF), an electronic test authorization form, or an Authorization Form provided by InOut Labs.
Tim Thoelecke, CSAPA, is the founder of InOut Labs.
InOut Labs is a nationwide provider of employee drug testing services, and your best choice for affordable, direct-to-consumer health tests. Tim Thoelecke is a Certified Substance Abuse Program Administrator, Breath Alcohol Technician Trainer and a Certified Professional Collector Trainer, certified in drug and alcohol testing for DOT and non-DOT employers. He is a graduate of Duke University, the Keller Graduate School of Business, the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program, and he founded InOut Labs to help employers and individuals take control of their health, culture and safety. InOut Labs also provides corporate wellness screenings, flu shot clinics, DNA testing and direct-to-consumer lab tests and B12 shots.
Tim is an enthusiastic networker and enjoys connecting people.
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