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Sanctions for drug and alcohol offenders.

(1) The board shall review the pilot's license of any pilot who, within the preceding twelve months, has been convicted of any offense involving drugs or the personal consumption of alcohol while on duty, including an offense of operating a vessel or vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
(2) Where a pilot is found to have been convicted of an offense involving drugs or the personal consumption of alcohol while on duty within the prior twelve months, but who has not been convicted of an offense involving drugs or the personal consumption of alcohol in the previous five years, and after a hearing held pursuant to RCW 88.16.100(5), the board shall: Order the pilot to actively participate in and satisfactorily complete a specific program of treatment. The board may impose such other sanctions as it deems appropriate. If the pilot does not satisfactorily complete the program of treatment, the board shall suspend, revoke, or withhold the pilot's license until the treatment is completed.
(3) Where a pilot is found to have been convicted of a second or subsequent offense involving drugs or the personal consumption of alcohol while on duty within the prior twelve months, the board, after a hearing is held pursuant to RCW 88.16.100(5), shall suspend the license of the pilot for up to one year.
(4) The board shall immediately notify the United States Coast Guard that it has revoked or suspended a license pursuant to this section and the board shall also notify the United States Coast Guard when a suspended or revoked license has been reinstated.
[WSR 97-08-042, recodified as § 363-116-115, filed 3/28/97, effective 3/28/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.100(4). WSR 90-23-081, § 296-116-115, filed 11/20/90, effective 12/21/90.]
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