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This drug screen test is intended to provide the SAP (Substance Abuse Professional) that is monitoring a driver for Return To Duty.
The result with levels if any is reported to the SAP. This test will help you SAP know whether you are progressing to compliance.
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A Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) is a professional who plays a critical role in the Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol testing program. The DOT SAP is responsible for assessing individuals who have violated DOT drug and alcohol regulations and assisting them in the process of returning to safety-sensitive duties.
Labcorp, as a laboratory testing company, offers services related to drug testing, including testing for DOT-regulated positions and working with Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs). However, the specific drug panel used in conjunction with Labcorp’s DOT SAP services may vary depending on the requirements and regulations of the DOT agency or employer.
In the context of a DOT SAP evaluation, the SAP’s role is to assess individuals who have violated DOT drug and alcohol regulations and recommend appropriate treatment and follow-up requirements. The SAP evaluation process focuses on determining the appropriate course of action for the individual to address substance abuse issues and fulfill the requirements for returning to safety-sensitive duties.
While Labcorp may work closely with DOT SAPs in providing drug testing services, the specific drug panel used would depend on the DOT agency’s guidelines and the SAP’s evaluation process. Typically, the drug panel used in a DOT SAP evaluation would align with the DOT’s regulated drug testing panel, which includes the testing of five drug classes: amphetamines, cocaine, marijuana (THC), opiates, and phencyclidine (PCP).