The Non-Federally Regulated Custody and Control Form is most often used in clinics and hospital emergency rooms when drug abuse is suspected, or by companies participating in their state's drug-free workplace program. Be aware that some states mandate the use of a special CCF for their drug-free workplace program. There are significant differences between the Federally Regulated CCF and the Non-Regulated CCF. You are strongly encouraged to review the difference between the two.
Unless there are extenuating circumstances (which we will discuss next), remember that the two forms are not interchangeable. The Federally Regulated CCF can be used only for urine collections required by the Department of Transportation drug testing program.