U.S. DOT Issues Guidance On Revised Drug Testing Custody And Control Form
The Department of Transportation has issued guidance on the newly revised Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form (CCF Form).
The CCF Form was revised by the Department of Health and Human Services and is used for the federal employee drug testing program.
The DOT is required by law to use the CCF Form for the DOT drug testing program specimen collection. The guidance clarifies that while the HHS added “oral fluid” specimen collection to the revised CCF Form, only urine specimen collection is authorized under the DOT drug and alcohol testing program.
The DOT wants users to know that oral specimen drug testing is not authorized under the DOT drug program although it now appears on the revised form. The revised CCF Form can be viewed here.