What We Do
Evaluation: The evaluation provides a face-to-face clinical assessment, treatment recommendations, and a treatment plan to be successfully complied with prior to the employee becoming eligible for a follow-up evaluation and a subsequent return to safety-sensitive functions.
Referral: If the evaluation indicates that the employee requires assistance with associated alcohol and/or drug problems, LPS refers the employee to the appropriate treatment program.
Follow-Up Evaluation: Before an employer can consider an employee for a return to safety-sensitive functions, LPS is required to re-evaluate the employee.
LPS will meet with the employee during the follow-up evaluation session in order to discuss the treatment or education effort, as well as return to duty and follow-up testing issues. Based upon clinical judgment that the employee has made sufficient progress.
LPS will provide the employer with a recommendation and follow-up testing plan. LPS may also make recommendations for continuing care (treatment aftercare) and/or attendance in 12 step meetings and contact with their sponsor.
LPS will so document in a letter to the employer, non-satisfactory compliance with the treatment process. LPS may re-evaluate at a later date.
Follow-Up Testing: LPS will present the employer and the employee with a plan for follow-up testing. This follow-up testing requirement is in addition to any tests accomplished through the employer’s random testing plan.
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