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Video Blog : Announcing eCCF – NO More Paper Drug Testing Forms!

Video Blog : Announcing eCCF - NO More Paper Drug Testing Forms!

Last updated on October 2nd, 2020 at 10:01 am

In this video of the NDS Video Blog series, Joe Reilly discusses eCCF – electronic custody and control forms for both DOT and nonDOT testing plus how it’s changed the face of the drug testing industry. eCCF means, no more paper forms for drug testing!

Paper is out and Electronic is in simplifying the drug testing process for employers and individuals. It is now faster and easier to order and schedule drug testing with greater accuracy and reduced data errors that may result from multipart forms.

Find out

1) Who can use eCCF

2) What the benefits of eCCF are

3) How easy it is to use or switch to eCCF

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What is e-CCF?

e-CCF is an electronic version of the traditional 5-part paper Custody and Control Form which is the document used for drug test ordering, specimen collection processing, and chain of custody documentation for drug testing. The custody and control form is used to document the handling of the drug test specimen from the time it is collected until it is received at the laboratory.

For regulated testing meaning Department of Transportation (DOT) required testing programs, the Federal drug testing custody and control form or the Federal e-CCF, is used. For non-DOT testing, the Forensic drug testing custody and control form, or e-CCF, is used. Both the 5-part paper form and the e-CCF document final laboratory results reported to the Medical Review Officer (MRO).