Our transportation compliance services deliver a comprehensive collection of solutions for managers and our DOT background check solutions help with your compliance requirements for your fleet and drivers.
RoadReady✓™ is a complete solution for managing the compliance of your DOT and nonDOT drivers—as well as your corporate vehicles— to limit your risk and ensure that your business is always road ready.
Our team of experienced professionals can work with you to build a customized compliance program with any or all of the following:
- Department of Transportation (DOT)
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
- International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA)
- International Registration Plan (IRP)
Simply put, our single solution can easily be configured to meet the specific needs of your unique business model
Get your fleet and drivers road ready!
Cost of Negligent Hiring
1.43% of professional driver crashes involved drivers using a cell phone—wouldn’t you want to know that about your new hire?
– Automotive Fleet
11.5% of accidents—or the number one cause in professional fleets—is rear ending or hitting another vehicle. Closely followed by hitting parked cars or failing to observe clearance.
– Automotive Fleet
The most common time of day for sales drivers to have an accident is between 11 a.m. and noon, for service drivers it is between 4 and 5 p.m.
– Automotive Fleet
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U.S. Department of Transportation Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy and Compliance (ODAPC) Publishes List Serve Notice on the Revised CCF
UPDATE: DOT COVID-19 Drug & Alcohol Testing Statement of Enforcement Discretion for Substance Abuse Professionals and Service Agents
Easily manage the complex compliance associated with the Affordable Care Act legislation through a simple dashboard-driven tool.
Find out if your candidate may was a plaintiff or defendant in a civil court case with associated action, disposition or current status.
Check history of moving violation convictions, accidents and license sanctions for commercial drivers.
Verify a candidate’s employment history as required for a CDL.
Search county criminal records to include an examination of Felony and Misdemeanor records where your candidate has lived, worked or attended school.
Review an employment credit report issued directly from the credit bureaus for job positions warranting this search.
Verify a candidate’s employment history as required by the DOT.
Leverage our commercial Driver Qualification Service (DQS, CSA SafetraxTM Monitoring) programs to access at-your-fingertip.
Ensure that drivers have active licenses before they drive a company car, rental vehicle or run business errands.
Encourage a drug-free workplace, and promote higher workplace productivity with a large selection of drug testing solutions.
Verify educational credentials and identify potential discrepancies involving dates of attendance, course major (when available), and degree(s).
Prevent work-related injuries and disease by assessing candidate’s fitness to begin or return to work.
Get help with FCRA required adverse action notice compliance and with ban the box ordinances, to help avoid potential penalties and litigation.
Help decrease risk exposure and uncover discrepancies in the backgrounds of strategic employees like engineers, scientists, doctors, and fund managers.
Adjudicate fingerprint FBI rapsheets and reconcile records returned when no final disposition results are included.
Get insight into your candidate’s work ethic and general character by completing professional reference verifications.
Review Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adverse information reported on individuals and entities.
Search the national and state-level sex offender registries.
Confirm near-instantly that the social security number your candidate provided was validly issued and is current.
Simplify management of your entire WOTC program to promote hiring of individuals within specific target groups.
Verify worker’s compensation filings and for establishing a possible pattern involving claims for injuries.