DOT SAP Services
Did you recently fail a DOT drug test?
DOT regulations prohibit you from returning to safety-sensitive duties with any DOT-regulated company until you complete the DOT SAP return-to-duty process. Call Misti Luke, LCSW at (580) 212-2283 to schedule your SAP assessment today so you can get healthy and get back to work.
Is your company regulated by one of the 6 agencies governed by the US Department of Transportation?
If so, you know the DOT SAP return-to-duty guidelines must be followed for any employee who is found to be operating in a safety-sensitive position while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Department of Transportation regulations requires all employers must provide their employees with contact information of a SAP, even if the employer has a zero-tolerance policy in place.
With frequent updates and additions to the law, you can feel confident when you make a referral to Misti Luke, LCSW that you have a certified SAP and are in full compliance with all DOT SAP rules and regulations
Misti Luke, LCSW is a fully qualified Substance Abuse Professional, (SAP) in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. She's on standby to help when you need it most.
Serving the tri-state area with over 10 years' experience you can trust.
How does the SAP process work?
First, a confirmed DOT violation for alcohol or illicit drugs exists. At that time, the employee must stand down from safety-sensitive duties, and cannot return to safety-sensitive duties until the employee completes the DOT-regulated return-to-duty process.
Second, Employee schedules appointment for a face-to-face initial SAP assessment. After the assessment, the SAP provides the employee, and the present/previous employer, with an initial report which includes a recommendation for substance abuse education and/or treatment.
Third, Employee completes recommendations.
Fourth, Employee attends the follow-up SAP appointment. This is known as the return-to-duty appointment. SAP provides the employee and the present/former/future employer a copy of the follow- up report detailing level of compliance with recommendations.
Fifth, Get a clean drug/alcohol, test. This is known as the Return-To-Duty-Test. This will be ordered by your past, present or future employer.
Sixth, Go back to work. You are now free to resume safety-sensitive duties per DOT regulations.