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16Sep

Are your DQ Files Audit Ready?

9/16/2015| Reference Number : 62.0| Human Resources | Background checks, Driver Qualification | | Return|

While a school bus operation can be audited by many regulatory agencies in regards to their employee files, Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA), OSHA, EEOC, Department of Education (DPE), Department of Labor (DOL), and Department of Human Services (DHS), just to name a few; we are going to concentrate on the two major entities as it relates to school bus operations in this article, DOT and DPE.  A driver’s qualification file review from DOT and DPE would cover the following four categories - commercial driver's licenses (CDL), driver qualification, drug and alcohol testing, and background clearances.

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