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CSA 2010 Score/Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP Report)

The FMCSA's Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program was formerly Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA 2010). and their affiliates recommend that before you apply for a driving position, you find out what potential employers will see on your CSA 2010 Score/Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP) Report.

Information from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Motor Carrier Information System (MCMIS) is recorded on your PSP Report and includes the most recent 5 years of crash data as well as 3 years of roadside inspection data from the FMCSA MCMIS system which reflects your CSA 2010 Score. If a motor carrier does not accept you for employment based on your PSP report (CSA 2010 Score), you have the right to see a copy of the report from that carrier free of charge. and their affiliates are providing you with the opportunity to view your PSP Report (CSA 2010 Score) before you apply for a driving position so that you can confirm that the information is correct. Should there be inaccuracies within the report, we have provided a link below where you can find information on how to correct the inaccurate information.

We have also provided you with a link that will explain the Safety Measurement System on the PSP Weight/Point System and how violations are graded so that you will be able to fully understand the information contained within the report.