Please take the time to review these important links and sites for a wealth of information offered to help you build your business and provide answers to the most-asked safety and compliance questions.
The FMCSA Safety and Fitness Electronic Records (SAFER) System offers company safety data and related services to industry and the public over the Internet. Users can search FMCSA databases, register for a USDOT number, pay fines online, order company safety profiles, challenge FMCSA data using the DataQs system, access the Hazardous Material Route registry, obtain National Crash and Out of Service rates for Hazmat Permit Registration, get printable registration forms and find information about other FMCSA Information Systems.
Mississippi Department of Safety CDL Medical Card submission.
Commercial drivers whose current medical certificate expires on or after May 21, 2014, at expiration of that certificate must be examined by a medical professional listed on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.
The FMCSA is responsible for the issuance, administration, and enforcement safety regulations, hazardous materials regulations, as it pertains to the drug and alcohol testing requirements.
The U.S. Department of Transportation oversees federal highway, air, railroad, and maritime and other transportation administration functions.
The new FMCSA Safety Measurement System combines current and historical safety performance information to measure the relative safety fitness of commercial motor carriers. This information includes Federal and State data on crashes, roadside inspections, on-site compliance review results and enforcement history.
Laborchex provides valuable Employment Background Screening Services to businesses and organizations nationwide. Whether your job applicant has lived in South Carolina or Spain, their advanced technology will provide you with the details you need to know to make a more knowledgeable hiring decision.
The Mississippi Motor Vehicle Report Website allows drivers, employers, and the general public to access motor vehicle reports for anyone. It is a simple process that requires the Driver's License Number, Last Name, First Name, Middle Name, and Date of Birth of the person you are attempting to get a motor vehicle report for.
OSHA is the main federal agency charged with the enforcement of safety and health legislation. The agency sends Compliance Safety and Health Officers to work sites, where they carry out inspections and assess fines for regulatory violations. Inspections are planned for work sites in particularly hazardous industries. Inspections can also result in response to workplace incidents, worker complaints or referrals by other individuals.
The Environmental Protection Agency protects human health and the environment. This is their official website where you can find any information pertaining to EPA regulations.
This website allows companies to renew hazmat registration by mail or online. All Hazmat Companies must be registered to haul hazardous materials.
The Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) Program requires all motor carriers, brokers, freight forwarders and leasing companies who operate in interstate or international commerce to register their business and pay an annual fee based on the size of the fleet.
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is a national management association for the construction industry which actively promotes the merit shop form of construction. ABC actively promotes cooperative labor relations and a healthy, competitive work climate for all contractors, regardless of labor affiliations. Toward these goals, each of the ABC chapters across the country can advise and assist in any labor-related questions that might arise. In addition the ABC chapters are staffed with full-time executive directors who can offer additional on-site consultation, as well as contractor referral information and other valuable merit shop data.
The Mississippi Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association is a non-profit, statewide trade association representing the petroleum and food industries. Changing with the times, MPMCSA continues to develop new programs for members while meeting the many challenges of Petroleum marketing, all in an effort to ensure the viability of the independent petroleum industry in Mississippi.
The Mississippi Apportioned Tags website is where you can get your apportioned tags for your trucks. Apportioned registration, also known as the International Registration Plan (IRP), is a program for licensing commercial vehicles engaged in interstate trucking. Apportioned registration lets you obtain registration credentials in one jurisdiction, giving you the freedom of interstate travel without having to purchase trip permits.
The Mississippi IFTA website is your portal to registering for and receiving your IFTA tags. The International Fuel Tax Agreement (or IFTA) is an agreement between the lower 48 states of the United States and the Canadian provinces to simplify the reporting of fuel use by motor carriers that operate in more than one jurisdiction.