Substance Abuse Evaluations

Substance Abuse Evaluations

Substance Abuse Evaluations for DOT, FAA, FTA, PHSA, USCG, FMCSA & FRA

Our qualified Substance Abuse Professional is trained to complete evaluations for employees in safety sensitive positions regulated by the Department of Transportation (DOT). We are committed to provide SAP services under the guidelines of the Federal Department of Transportation. According to the U.S DOT, when testing positive or refusing to test, you are prohibited from performing any safety-sensitive duties under any DOT-regulated employer until you have seen a Substance Abuse Professional and completed the return-to-duty process.

 

Substance Abuse Evaluations

Our qualified Substance Abuse Professional is trained to complete evaluations for employees in safety sensitive positions regulated by the Department of Transportation (DOT). We are committed to provide SAP services under the guidelines of the Federal Department of Transportation. According to the U.S DOT, when testing positive or refusing to test, you are prohibited from performing any safety-sensitive duties under any DOT-regulated employer until you have seen a Substance Abuse Professional and completed the return-to-duty process.

Substance Abuse Professionals

The U.S Department of Transportation requires Specialized training for all Substance Abuse Professionals conducting Alcohol and Drug evaluations for employees in safety-sensitive positions.

Derek Collins, M.Ed., CADC-ll, CAMS-lll, CSTAS, SAPOur Substance Abuse Professional is qualified and has successfully completed 12-hours of specialized training, specific to DOT guidelines.​ To be in compliance with DOT guidelines, only a SAP can evaluate you. Our SAPs meet all standards for the Department of Transportation (DOT).

Our Certified Substance Abuse Professional, Derek Collins, has been trained and is experienced in administering administering the regulations required by the DOT for employees who have tested positive for prohibited substances.

Substance Abuse Professionals – The Process

  1. Provide a comprehensive face-to-face clinical assessment.
  2. Make reccomendations of treatment and or course of education.
  3. Monitoring of compliance with SAP recommendations.
  4. Provide a face-to-face follow up evaluation to determine if employee is in compliance with the initial evaluation and recommended treatment and or course of education.
  5. A final report provided to the employer containing follow-up drug and/or alcohol testing plan and aftercare plan.