DOT Clearinghouse Data Shows High Refusal Rate Scott Mogensen August 04th, 2020 Drug test refusals account for almost 15% of drug testing violations in the DOT Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse. This is according to data released in the FMCSA’s December 2020 Monthly Summary Report. This report includes all drug and alcohol testing violation data that
‘Trucking has lost its buffer’: As Mayor Pete testifies for DOT head, a look at how Dem control in D.C. might change trucking Jason Cannon, CCJ chief editorJames Jaillet, CCJ executive editor JANUARY 22, 2021 Pete Buttigieg on Thursday made his first appearance in Washington as presumptive incoming head of the Department of Transportation (DOT).
With the trend to reduce paper and the DOT preference for electronic compliance reviews, DOT Compliance Services Llc has elected to move to electronic DQ files. The process begins when the applicant applies for the driving position. This prevents illegible, incomplete applications. Our clients are provided with individual, personalized applications and policies. Clients can work
Commentary: PSP reports and their value to fleets | @By_Jason_Cannon | November 9, 2020 There are regulations for minimum requirements for hiring new drivers, and it’s important to make sure legislated requirements are met, but the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)’s Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP) is a great add-on to even stellar hiring
Employee or independent contractor? DOL seeks to give motor carriers clarity and potential court protections James Jaillet | @trucknewsJJ | October 14, 2020 A proposal issued by the Department of Labor in late September would provide motor carriers with long-sought clarity on how to properly classify company employees vs. independent contractors, at least under the