The Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP) through the FMCSA offers reports on individual commercial drivers’ history. PSP reports can be helpful in a variety of ways.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has extended a number of regulatory relief measures to May 31st, 2021. Among these is an exemption on hours-of-service regulations for truck drivers providing direct assistance to emergency efforts and an extension on permits and licenses up for renewal.
Federal regulations now require face masks on commercial transportation, including aircraft, trains, ferries, and all forms of public transportation. This applies to operators as well as passengers, but does this apply to truck drivers?
The Company Snapshot is a concise electronic record of a company’s identification, size, commodity information, and safety record, including the safety rating (if any), a roadside out-of-service inspection summary, and crash information.
When ordering Motor Vehicle Records, PSP Reports or CDLIS Reports it’s important to obtain a photo copy of the driver’s license as many states will not return a report if the Driver’s Name or License number do not match what is in their system.
Mandated by the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act (CMVSA) of 1986, StarPoint Driver Screening’s CDLIS report supports the issuance of commercial driver licenses (CDLs) by the jurisdictions, and assists jurisdictions.
Learn about CDL disqualifications for a USA PATRIOT Act Offense.
Learn about CDL disqualifications and periods for Railroad-Highway Grade Crossing Violations.
The security of your personal information is extremely important, especially when this information can be used for identity theft. Savvy identity thefts can use your driver's license to help obtain other information on you. Learn how to keep driver's license numbers secure.
Learn about CDL disqualifications for major offenses.