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“I am a fully qualified and trained Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) under US Department of Transportation regulations working independently to serve the greater Seattle area with offices in the Western Washington Puget Sound region. Through my many contacts and broad range of experience, I maintain close professional relations with the service providers in Western Washington. This allows me to provide client referrals to high quality education and/or treatment programs with rapid admission privileges that in turn accelerate the return-to-work process”.
If you are employed in a Department of Transportation safety-sensitive position that falls under the:
- FMCSA – Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
- FAA – Federal Aviation Administration
- USCG – United States Coast Guard
- FRA – Federal Railroad Administration
- PHMSA – Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
- FTA – Federal Transit Administration
And have violated the Federal DOT drug and alcohol regulations by testing positive for drugs, an alcohol concentration of 0.04 or greater, refusing a test, not able to provide a specimen in a timely manner or failing to take a test, then you must be immediately removed from your DOT safety-sensitive duties.
In order for you to be considered for return to any DOT safety-sensitive role in the transportation industry or be hired by a different DOT-covered employer you must successfully complete the DOT return-to-duty process. This will require the involvement of a DOT qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP).
**Initial Evaluation can usually be offered within 24 to 48 hours**