REMINDER: 2017 Version of the Federal Drug Testing Chain of Custody Form Expired on August 31st, 2023

As of August 31, 2023, the 2020/2023 Federal CCF must be used for DOT-regulated specimens.


Drug and Alcohol Testing

A drug/alcohol test isn’t just a transaction, it’s someone’s job and livelihood. We believe that each drug and alcohol test deserve to be reviewed by industry experts using best-practices. We aren’t a drug testing company; we’re a drug testing partner committed to providing our clients and their employees a professional and compliant experience.

Urine drug testing is the most prevalent and longest-tenured form of testing. It is the primary testing method for most employers and is the only method currently approved for Department of Transportation (DOT) testing programs. Urine samples are collected by trained specimen collectors, sent to certified laboratories for testing, and reviewed by a Medical Review Officer before being reported to the employer.

When crafting a drug-free workplace policy and program it’s important to know the different types of laboratory-based testing options that are available, how they differ, and when they should be used. Below is a summary of the three most prevalent testing methods: Urine, Hair, and Oral Fluid. Each has its own set of advantages and disadvantages – the key is to use the method that makes the most sense for your business and for the specific testing situation.

With WorkforceQA as your partner, we can help you with any type of test including:

For any reason, including:

Performed at:

  • 10,000 + clinics across the country
  • Airports, railyards, construction sites, warehouses, and any other onsite location


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