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The Pre-employment Screening Program (PSP) allows employers to ensure that they hire the right people for jobs that involve driving. If you don't know about PSP reports and the information that they share with employers, read on to find out more:
PSP is a process that allows employers to look at information involving your driving history before they hire you. This way, they can use the information to determine if you did anything that will prevent you from driving or from getting hired.
Employers can see if you were involved in any accidents in the last few years along with the details of the crash. For example, they can see any injuries that people sustained from the accident, as well as the damages to the vehicles(s), the location of the accident, and various other information involving the crash.
No, PSP reports only allow employers to access it before you become an employee. Because of this, your employer can't use the PSP as the basis for firing you from your job, and you don't have to worry about them using a PSP report against you.
Either way, you should understand how the PSP report works and what information is included on it. This way, you will avoid surprises while applying for your next driving job. Request your PSP report today!