What Is A DAC Report?
Most often, when someone uses the term “DAC Report” they mean the employment history information submitted by former employers to HireRight & USIS Commercial Services Inc. (formerly called DAC Services, or “Drive-A-Check”). Among other things, a truck driver’s DAC Report contains the driver’s identification (Name, DOB, SSN), the name and address of the contributing trucking company, the driver’s dates of employment with that company, the driver’s reason for leaving that company, whether the driver is eligible for rehire, and comments about the driver’s work record (e.g. good, satisfactory, too many late deliveries, etc.). It will also indicate whether the company stored drug and alcohol testing information with USIS. A separate section of the DAC report contains incident/accident information.What Can Be Done About False DAC Reporting?
The purpose of this website is to collect information from drivers in hopes of identifying a group, or groups, of drivers with claims against a common trucking company that are sufficiently similar to be brought as a class action. If you have been injured by false information in your HireRight USIS DAC Services report and you are in favor of a class action to stop false DAC reporting, please Share Your Story
Also, please add your name to Allen Smith’s Petition to Stop False DAC Reporting
.How Long Does Information Stay On A DAC Report?
Drug and alcohol information stays on for 3 years. Other categories of information that could contain false and derogatory information stays on for 7 years. The driver’s employment history record from previous trucking jobs stays on for 10 years.How Do I Get A Copy Of My DAC Report? (Free)
You can obtain your free DAC report online and/or attempt to dispute the accuracy of your DAC record by contacting HireRight Customer Service directly. You can do so in writing either by email (save a copy in your sent mail folder), fax (save a copy of the fax confirmation sheet), or certified mail (with delivery confirmation). As a general practice, you should keep records of everything you send to or receive from past employers, HireRight, and prospective employers to whom you apply for work.
When contacting HireRight, include your full name, your current mailing address, your date of birth, your driver’s license number and the state where it was issued, and a phone number and email address where you can be reached.HireRight Customer Service
HireRight Consumers Department, PO Box 33181, Tulsa, OK 74153Phone:
1-800-381-0645 (Monday-Friday, 7am to 7pm Central Time)Other Questions?
Please visit Allen Smith at AskTheTrucker.com
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