Alaska Construction Industry Substance Abuse Program (AKCISAP) www.akcisap.com Administered by CleanWorkForce a subsidiary of WPAS, Inc. Presentation Outline:. Topic Introduction Participants Geographic Area New Employees Program Participation Card
The program will be operated within the area covered by the Master Labor Agreements for the State of Alaska.
If using the Website for Non-DOT Participants:Log on to www.akcisap.com. Enter Employer ID, Passcode and Designated Employer Representative Name exactly as given to CleanWorkForce.
* DOT regulated participants are subject to DOT requirements for exemption.
Alaska Construction Industry Substance Abuse Program
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tab 1Test Authorization:
(Generic test form used for all tests except Random tests.)
Post-Accident/Reasonable Suspicion Documentation Form:
(This form is to be completed whenever a Post-Accident and/or Reasonable Suspicion Test is required.)
Tab 2Pre-Program Testing Instructions:
(What to do when an employee is dispatched to your jobsite who is not part of the Program and has not been issued a Program Participation Card.)
Tab 3Post-Accident Testing Instruction:
(Procedure to follow when an employee is involved in an accident.)
Tab 4Reasonable Suspicion Testing Instructions:
(Procedure to follow when an employee is exhibiting behavior that is recognized as a symptom of intoxication or impairment caused by a controlled substance or alcohol.)
Tab 5Random Testing Instructions and Employer and Employee Notices:
(Samples of forms that will be faxed to you when your employees are selected for random tests.)
Tab 6Collection Sites:
(Location of facilities where urine specimens are collected and breath alcohol tests are administered.)
Tab 7Verifying Employee’s Compliance Status:
(Instructions for verifying employee compliance via the website or by phone.)
Tab 8Responsibilities of:
Drug Testing Laboratory
Medical Review Officer (MRO)
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Substance Abuse Professional (SAP)
*All test results for DOT regulated participants, including negative results, must be reviewed by the Medical Review Officer (MRO) and may require additional time to be reported.
*For DOT regulated participants, the MRO will contact them directly using the phone number provided by the donor on the Chain of Custody form.
Employer Action for an Out of Compliance Test Result