SAP Enrollment process

Failed DOT Test?

To start the SAP process, you will need to create an account.

Initial SAP Evaluation

You will begin by participating in a face-to-face clinical SAP evaluation by a DOT qualified

SAP Recommendations

Next, your SAP evaluator will recommend education and treatment.

Follow-up Evaluation and Testing

Finally, your SAP evaluator will conduct a face-to-face follow-up evaluation

Return to Duty Process

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Any CDL or safety-sensitive DOT position holder who tests positive on a DOT test or refuses to take a DOT test must enroll and complete the return-to-duty (RTD) process

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You will begin by participating in a face-to-face clinical SAP evaluation by a DOT qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP).

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SAP Evaluations, LLC is powered by Substance Abuse Professionals (SAP) and Substance Abuse Experts (SAE) in locations across the United States of America,

Positive DOT Test

At SAP Evaluations, LLC, we know how important your career is to you, and we can help get you back to work safely and promptly.

Positive DOT Test?

SAP Evaluation, LLC offers SAP and SAE services in numerous locations across the United States of America in all 50 states. Our nationwide SAP providers are fully qualified to perform evaluations and ready to help DOT-mandated safety-sensitive employees return to duty.

Have you tested positive or refused to take a DOT-regulated DOT and test?

Do you have a DOT violation related to DOT or ?

Does your status show that you are prohibited from operating a commercial moving vehicle (CMV)?

Have you been removed from performing safety-sensitive duties?

Find a SAP

SAP Evaluations, LLC is powered by Substance Abuse Professionals (SAP) and Substance Abuse Experts (SAE) in locations across the United States of America, in all 50 states. Our nationwide SAP providers are fully qualified to perform evaluations for DOT-mandated safety-sensitive employees. We will find a SAP near you when you book an appointment with us. At this time, we are also offering remote and virtual evaluations during COVID-19 to ensure your safety and comfort.

DOT test FAQ

What laboratories may be used for DOT testing?

Only DOT testing laboratories located in the U.S., certified by HHS under the National Laboratory Certification Program, are permitted to participate in DOT testing.

As an MRO, you have the following essential responsibilities:

  • Acting as an independent and impartial "gatekeeper" and advocate for the accuracy and integrity of the DOT testing process.
  • Providing a quality assurance review of the DOT testing process for the specimens being reviewed

Congress passed the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991 because they recognized the safety need for ensuring DOT- and -free transportation employees. The "Act" required DOT Agencies to implement DOT testing of safety-sensitive transportation employees in the aviation, trucking (including school bus drivers and particular limousine and van drivers), railroads, mass transit, and pipelines industries.

1-Pre-employment testing: Occurs before hire or transfer into a safety-sensitive function.

Random testing: Unannounced on an ongoing basis, spread reasonably throughout the calendar year

Post-accident testing - Occurs following the modes qualifying accident.

Reasonable Cause/Suspicion testing - Occurs when a company official or supervisor believes the employee shows signs of DOT use and misuse.

Return-to-duty and Follow-up testing: Occurs after an employee has a verified positive DOT test, positive test result, or refusal to test. The employee must take a return-to-duty test before returning to safety-sensitive functions

You will be tested for the following DOT:

  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine
  • Opioids (Codeine, morphine, heroin, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, oxycodone, oxymorphone)
  • Phencyclidine (PCP)
  • Amphetamines, Methamphetamines, and Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

Refusals include, but are not limited to:

  • No-show (failure to appear at the test collection site at the designated time)
  • Failure to remain at the testing site until the collection is completed
  • Adulteration (urine specimen containing a substance or a concentration of a substance inconsistent with human urine)
  • Substitution (urine specimen containing creatinine and specific gravity levels inconsistent with human urine)
  • Failure to cooperate with any part of the testing process

If I violate a DOT & rule (test positive or refuse a test), what will happen to me?

Your employer is required to remove you from performing safety-sensitive functions immediately. You will not be permitted to return to DOT regulated safety-sensitive operations until you have

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