We are here to "clear the air" surrounding your US DOT Clearinghouse questions! To do this, we have created a new series titled "Clearing the Air: Helpful Hints for DOT Clearinghouse" hosted by DriverCheck Privacy and Compliance Coordinator, Branden Kearse.
In these short videos, Branden will answer questions such as "What is the Clearinghouse", "What will employers need to do to stay compliant", "How will drivers be identified in the Clearinghouse" and many more.
Clearinghouse officially starts on January 6, 2020, and DOT registration is expected to be open in the fall of 2019.
For more information, please click on the video below to view Episode 2 of Clearing the Air: Helpful Hints for DOT Clearinghouse.
Did you miss episode 1 of Clearing the Air? Catch up on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8M30XI09rk8&t=9s
Remember DriverCheck can do the following:
Act as your Third Party Administrator (TPA) for program management
Help you with account registration and setup with the Clearinghouse
Manage driver consent forms
Enter drug and alcohol violations for your drivers
DER Training and educational webinars
Employer checklist for setup
Online consent forms for your drivers
Alcohol & Drug Policy Updates
To purchase a policy visit the following link:
We have created an FAQ document for you to refer to with the most commonly asked questions. To access the FAQ please follow this link:
To learn more from the FMCSA, visit their website at https://clearinghouse.fmcsa.dot.gov/
We hope that you find this information beneficial, and expect Clearing the Air: Helpful Hints for DOT Clearinghouse Episode 3 in the coming weeks!
If you have any questions, please contact our Client Support team at ClientSupport@DriverCheck.ca or call 1 (800) 463-4310 option 6.