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(A) Any licensee who engages in prohibited conduct shall be provided with the name, address and telephone numbers of a qualified substance abuse professional (SAP). In order to requalify for a license, the licensee shall be evaluated by the SAP, submit to any treatment the SAP prescribes, and successfully complete a return to duty and/or alcohol test. The licensee shall also be subject to follow-up testing. Follow-up testing is separate from and in addition to any pre-licensing or random testing procedures. The schedule for follow-up testing shall be unannounced and in accordance with instructions of the SAP. Follow-up testing may continue for a period of up to 12 months following the licensee’s return to duty. Follow-up testing shall consist of no fewer than six tests. The cost of any SAP evaluation, prescribed treatment, return to duty and follow-up testing shall be paid by the licensee.
(B) Nothing in this section shall be construed to limit or in any way affect the authority of the Committee on Administration to prescribe the period of suspension or revocation it deems appropriate under § 118.16.
(Ord. passed 4-7-98) Penalty, see § 118.99