DOT / SAP Evaluation Services
Robert Tucker, MCA, LAADC, SAP
SAP Evaluation by appointment only
28481 Rancho California Road, Suite 101, Temecula, CA 92590
Use the contact form below or call (714) 612-7197
~~~~~ Important COVID-19 Notice ~~~~~
Due to COVID-19 challenges, the Department of Transportation has extended online SAP Evaluation until December 31, 2021. This office will remain open for onsite evaluations and will continue offering the online evaluations for as long as DOT allows.
Fast and convenient SAP Evaluation for employees in DOT safety sensitive positions. Holders of a Commercial Drivers License “CDL”, Public Transit Workers, Pipeline Workers, Railroad and other DOT safety sensitive positions can find immediate evaluation assistance here. We understand the importance of your livelihood and can quickly get you moving forward. Schedule a free consultation today and complete your evaluation within 24 to 48 hours.
If you have been removed by your employer from performing safety-sensitive functions because of a DOT regulation violation, a SAP evaluation will be necessary and I can assist you through the process. You can enroll online in a matter of minutes!
Enrollment is quick – and you can typically have an appointment scheduled and the evaluation completed within 48 hours.
The initial consultation is free and can be completed by phone but the actual evaluation must take place in person onsite.
SAP Evaluation Services
$500 Includes the Following
Scheduling of the initial evaluation
- (2) Face-to-face substance abuse evaluations with a DOT qualified SAP (if applicable)
- Recommendations for education or treatment (as per the requirement of the DOT)
- (2) SAP reports (initial and follow-up)
- Recommendations for submitting to a return-to-duty test
Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
The following information can help you understand the SAP’s position in the process.
The Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) is a person who evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare.
A SAP represents the major decision point (and in some cases the only decision point) an employer may have in choosing whether or not to place an employee behind the steering wheel of a school bus, in the cockpit of a plane, at the helm of an oil tanker, at the throttle of a train, in the engineer compartment of a subway car, or at the emergency control valves of a natural gas pipeline.
Responsibilities of a Substance Abuse Professional:
- Making a face-to-face clinical assessment and evaluation to determine what assistance is needed by the employee to resolve problems associated with alcohol and/or drug use;
- Referring the employee to an appropriate education and/or treatment program;
- Conducting a face-to-face follow-up evaluation to determine if the employee has actively participated in the education and/or treatment program and has demonstrated successful compliance with the initial assessment and evaluation recommendations;
- Providing the DER with a follow-up drug and/or alcohol testing plan for the employee; and
- Providing the employee and employer with recommendations for continuing education and/or treatment.
Please Note! A Dept. of Transportation recognized Substance Abuse Professional is not an advocate for the employer or employee. The SAP’s function is to protect the public interest in safety by professionally evaluating the employee and recommending appropriate education/treatment, follow-up tests, and aftercare.