ATFs are not account-specific like drug testing CCFs. Collection sites keep Alcohol Testing Forms (ATFs) on hand, and employees do not need to bring an ATF to a collection site. Employees should, however, bring Custody and Control Forms (CCFs) to collection sites for drug tests.
Where can I get an Alcohol Testing Form (ATF) for employee alcohol tests?
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