EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND CHECKS
Non-Emergency-Medical Transport Employment Screening Background Checks
Handicap-Medical Transport Employment Screening Background Checks
Non-Emergency-And-Emergency Medical Transport business owners and operators must take the proper steps to insure that their vehicle drivers and emergency and Non-Emergency Medical Technicians do not harm anyone through an auto accident or an assault, theft or other crime .
An employment background check that includes an instant driving record report and a comprehensive nationwide criminal record background check is an employer’s best protection to prevent hiring risky employees and in the event of being sued for negligent hiring.
As the first step in this process, our instant three year driving record report will eliminate time and money spent on unqualified or undesirable applicants. Unlike the driving history done by an insurance company that merely passes or fails and applicant, our extensive driving history record reveals a great deal about the applicant.
Our nationwide criminal database search includes a check of the sex offender registry in all 50 states. As part of a more comprehensive criminal record search will be your best risk management tool.
Our criminal record “Smart Search Plus®“ includes all searches included in the criminal record smart search, but also includes an unlimited check of Federal criminal records.
It is increasingly important to check these added Federal records as they now make up as much as 10 percent of all criminal records. And, those charged in the Federal criminal system have been charged with some of the most serious crimes.
Our criminal record “Smart Search®” is an excellent and comprehensive criminal record background check that provides a thorough background screening criminal records search of state and county criminal record repositories, but does not include a check of the Federal criminal records in each state as included in our criminal record “Smart Search Plus®” .
For an example of an applicant with no state or county arrest record, but serious a Federal criminal record,
This record would not have been found without a check of the separately maintained Federal criminal records systems which contains about 10 per cent of all arrest records.
1. All of our criminal records background checks include a multi-state criminal background check and also includes a check of the sex offender registry (SOR) in all 50 states.
The Multi-State criminal background check also includes:
OFAC Blocked List- Terrorist Watch List (Office Of foreign Assets Control),
INTERPOL Most Wanted- NS,
DEA Fugitive List,
Denied Persons List,
OTS List- NS (Office Of Thrift Supervision),
Bank of England Sanctions List- NS,
European Union Terrorism Sanctions List- NS,
OSFI – Canadian Sanctions List- NS,
Australian Reserve Bank Sanctions List- NS
A 10 year social Security Number address history Trace.
A County or State criminal background checks from any county or State of residence based on the last 7 years social security number address history, from counties or states not already included in the multi-state criminal background check.(This averages 1.75 additional county criminal background checks.)
These county or State criminal background checks are ordered for you automatically based on addresses shown in the applicant’s social security number trace.
Criminal records returned on the multi-state criminal are also verified in the jurisdiction of record by ordering up to date county criminal records as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
All of our reports are FCRA compliant.
We Also Offer Pre-Employment Drug Screening.
For more information on pre-employment drug screening: Click Here
Employers must comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). There are a required series of documents that give notice to the person that you are going to do the check,
Employers can require drug screenings, even in states such as Colorado and Washington, which recently legalized marijuana.
2016 employment: 55,500
May 2017 median annual wage: $25,630
Wages come from the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) program, click here for more OES data on this occupation
Projected employment change, 2016–26:
Number of new jobs: 3,900
Growth rate: 7 percent (As fast as average)
Education and training:
Typical entry-level education: Bachelor’s degree
Work experience in a related occupation: Less than 5 years
Typical on-the-job training: None