An employee who fails a random Drug or Alcohol Screening while employed in a safety-sensitive position will be:
> Referred to a D.O.T. Qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) who will conduct a face-to-face clinical assessment and evaluation.
> SAP will contact employer and submit the Initial Evaluation and make recommendations concerning education, treatment plan, follow-up testing and aftercare, if needed.
> Employee will be referred to a Substance Abuse Treatment provider for Alcohol & Drugs (AOD) educational program sessions. (Number of sessions is determined only by SAP.)
Note: Fees for Treatment Provider are separate fees.
- Following a successful completion and verification of AOD program sessions and recommendations, employee will meet with SAP for Follow-up Evaluation.
- SAP will contact the employer and submit a Follow-up Evaluation, including the recommended follow-up drug testing schedule.
- Employee must produce a negative Return-to-Duty drug test, prior to returning to a safety-sensitive position.
(ACA) American Counseling Association
(NAADAC) National Association for Addictions Professionals, including Counselors, Educators, and addiction-focused Health Care Professionals
(CADTP) California Association of DUI Treatment Programs