The North American Substance Abuse Program (NASAP) utilizes third-party administrators — DISA, ASAP, Forward Edge Inc., and more — to help their clients maintain a workplace free of drug and alcohol abuse and assure compliance with participating substance abuse programs. In addition to drug and alcohol evaluations, the NASAP helps reduce testing redundancy, which helps reduce the overall costs for owners, contractors, operators, and all those involved in workplace compliance.
In partnership with the Houston Business Roundtable (HBR) and the Houston Area Safety Council (HASC), the NASAP promotes a safe and drug-abuse-free workplace through a variety of background and drug screenings services. Learn more about their Substance Abuse Testing & Background Screening Solutions.
Boasting a reputation for providing training and occupational health services to more than 1,500 people each day, the NASAP has worldwide outreach and a number of locations across the U.S. View NASAP locations.
What If I Fail A NASAP Drug Screening?
If you fail or refuse to take a NASAP-conducted drug or alcohol evaluation, you will likely be removed from your position. This can have drastic effects, but before you accept your removal, know that there are ways to return to your position. By completing a return-to-duty program, you can significantly increase your chances of being re-hired by your employer.
NASAP Return-To-Duty Program
If you have recently been put out of work because of a failed drug test, we can help you get back to work. Our substance abuse professionals have experience working with the NASAP and with helping employees meet the necessary requirements to return to work. Whether you’ve been suspended from your employment or your employer is requiring you to complete an SAP-guided return-to-work program as a condition of future employment, the experts at Affordable Evaluations have the experience, credentials, and expertise to guide you through the process.