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Before an employee can return to duty for safety-sensitive functions, they must complete the return-to-duty process. Once a positive test result is found, the following steps are required:
• Immediately remove the employee from safety-sensitive
• Find a qualified DOT SAP and complete an initial SAP evaluation
• Finish a SAP recommended education or treatment program
• When finished, complete a second SAP evaluation
• If the SAP report is good, complete a return-to-duty observed drug test
Once the DER receives the negative result, the employee can begin safety-sensitive functions again.
However, after the second SAP evaluation, a follow-up testing schedule is given to the DER. The follow-up testing schedule is a minimum of 6 unannounced observed drug tests within the first 12 months of returning to safety-sensitive work and can last up to 60 months, or five years, depending on the SAP recommendation.
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