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The Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP) is a U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) program. PSP helps motor carriers make more informed hiring decisions by providing secure, electronic access to a commercial driver’s five-year crash and three-year inspection history. Background screening companies may access the data on behalf of the employer during the hiring process.
In the past year, PSP has changed. This presentation will inform attendees of program enhancements, including a new service called PSP Monitoring; as well as the inclusion of unavoidable crash data in PSP records. Here are a few distinct elements PSP includes:
- Informed Decision Making
- Improved Roadway Safety
- Expanded Access to Data
- Modernized Technology Approach
- Focused Customer Care
- Recognized Success
About the Presenter:
Amara Charles, Manager of Marketing and Operations, NIC Federal, LLC
Amara Charles is the Manager of Operations and Marketing for NIC Federal, LLC. She is accountable for the marketing and outreach efforts to help motor carriers and drivers understand the value of using the Pre-Employment Screening Program. Her professional experience has focused on workforce and leadership development through education and training as well as implementing best practices and preventive measures to improve operations in the healthcare industry. Prior to beginning her role with NIC Federal, Amara served as a program analyst and consultant to the United States Marine Corps, Training and Education Command, where her efforts focused on assessing performance data and analyzing the effectiveness and efficiencies of learning strategies. Amara earned her MBA in Organizational Leadership from Regent University and graduated with Bachelor Degrees in Accounting and Business Administration from Houghton College.
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