Medical license monitoring tracks license expirations, reminds employees to renew, systematically recognizes renewals, and archives verifications from primary sources.
The motor vehicle record (MVR) monitoring system sends alerts when driving records change, allowing your team to address concerns and put corrective action plans into place as necessary.
Such changes can include alcohol and drug violations, citations, suspensions, expirations, revocations, and any other change to the persons MVR. MVR is available as a one-time pre-hire check or an annual re-screen or for continuous monitoring of employee driving records.
MVR services are compliant with the DOT, the FCRA, the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA), and relevant state laws.
Driver Risk Management (DRM) Program options include the following:
Similar to sanctions screening, this service includes the verification of names or aliases of those on sanction lists who are involved in financial transactions. Commonly used to oppose money laundering and terrorism, sanctions monitoring also helps companies detect financial crimes and comply with AML/KYC regulations and transactions. The sanction means measures have been taken by countries to restrict trade and official contact with a country that has broken international law.
This system provides employers with an up-to-date report of an employee’s booking or incarceration by county or municipal law enforcement agencies. With continuous access to live data obtained by a direct interface with thousands of sheriff’s departments, county jails, and booking facilities, criminal records monitoring notifies an employer when an employee is booked or incarcerated, enabling the employer to investigate whether the arrest should affect the individual’s employment status.
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