DOT Substance Abuse Professional Services (SAP)
If a DOT employee has failed a test, a refusal to submit to testing, or a violation that doesn’t involve a test, they must complete an SAP return-to-duty process before returning to DOT safety-sensitive functions.
If you are an individual who failed a drug test from your DOT company or another employer, your company will require you by law to participate in an assessment by a Qualified Substance Abuse Professional before you may return to work.
If you failed a test-DOT return- to- duty process
Call us we have a Qualified-SAP . We are here to help you.
You will be quickly scheduled for a Substance Abuse Assessment.
After the evaluation DOT regulations mandate that the SAP prescribe the individual either education, treatment or both, each situation is unique. The outcome is to benefit you and get you safely returned to your safety-sensitive position.
After the individual has completed the recommended education or treatment plan. You will meet with the SAP for a second time. The SAP will notify your designated employee representative (DER) of your progress and your ability to return to DOT employment.
ROLE OF THE QUALIFIED SAP
The Department of Transportation defines the Qualified SAP as “a person who evaluates employees that have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare." Per federal regulations in 49 CFR Part 40 Subpart O, this process begins with an evaluation from a DOT-Qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP).
The Covid-19 health emergency allows the Substance Abuse Professional the flexibility to conduct remote assessments and evaluations using a HIPPA- compliant platform.
We will help you get back on track, and back to work safely.
We offer flexible hours outside of business hours for this service.
Fill out the form below and typically we can have you scheduled within 36 hours.