CDL Holders, Pipeline Workers, Public Transit, Railroad...Start Your DOT SAP Assessment Today!
Online/Remote Service Allowable Through December 31, 2022
New Directions regularly provides SAP Assessments to truck drivers, pilots, heavy equipment operators, pipeline, and HAZMAT workers. We prioritize employee requests and typically schedule your initial evaluation interview within 24-48 hours of your registration. You can register now or call directly to discuss your specific situation, learn more about the process, and our service fees. You can complete all of your paperwork online. Once your paperwork is completed we will set up your in-person or online video interview with a qualified SAP (substance abuse professional with DOT specific training).
Click here to begin the DOT/SAP assessment process remotely from anywhere in the United States.
Federal regulations temporarily permit DOT/SAP evaluations to be completed by videoconference,(through December 31, 2022 due the COVID-19 health crisis). We can use a variety of video-chat/call services to assure a face-to-face interview in order to provide a DOT-compliant assessment.
If you are not under DOT (or FAA regulations) our employer-required assessment should be adequate for your employer. Your employer is welcome to review our website or call us for additional information and references. We can provide direct contact to HR professionals from reputable corporations who have entrusted their safety-sensitive employees to us for substance abuse evaluations for the past 15 years.
For specific questions about DOT SAP assessments and fees contact us at 1-800-671-8589.
If you are a pilot, air traffic controller, or work in the aviation profession, click here for more information. Individuals working in the aviation field often have two concerns when acquiring a substance abuse assessment. First, they may need to meet with a qualified SAP if there has been a DOT rule violation (positive test or refusal). Second, they may need to meet with an evaluator who is knowledgeable about FAA requirements (Part 67 Medical Certificate holders) for a separate FAA Evaluation. Some providers can meet your evaluation requirements for one concern but not the other. We have HIMS trained providers who are familiar with and qualified to provide services that address both DOT and FAA concerns. You can learn more on our FAA Assessment page.