The customer provides a MVR grading spreadsheet to HireRight which maps the point values they want assigned for each violation and the corresponding time period. Minimum and maximum time periods can be used to set different point values.
Sample MVR Grading (provided for example purposes only)
|HPC Code||Duration Minimum||Points||Duration Maximum||Points||Description|
|A10||1-24 mos.||4||25-36 mos.||3||Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol with BAC at or over .10|
|AC2||1-24 mos.||8||25-36 mos.||6||Accident Property Damage|
|AC4||1-24 mos.||15||25-48 mos.||10||Accident Fatality|
Once the MVR grading has been determined, the customer provides their threshold guidelines on how they want automated adjudication handled based on accumulated point totals and the types of violations found. Assigned adjudication statuses may be customized or may include any of the following: Meets Company Standards, Client Review Required and/or Pending-Potential Conflict.
Sample Adjudication Guidelines (provided for example purposes only)
|Sum of violation points 1-6 (automatic adjudication)||Meets Company Standards|
|Sum of violation points 7-10 (automatic adjudication)||Client Review Required|
|Sum of violation points 11+||Pending – Potential Conflict|
|Years licensed – 23 years old or more, less than 1 year of experience||Review by HR Adjudication Team|
Additionally, customers may choose to have motor vehicle records routed to HireRight’s adjudication team, after the automated scoring process, for a more in-depth review of special guidelines. Examples include:
Once an order is placed in the system and the MVR is received, HireRight will run the customer’s established violation point guidelines against the driver’s MVR records. Points will be allocated based on each violation and the adjudication status will be determined and reported to the customer.
For more information about HireRight’s MVR Adjudication Service, call or visit us online 800.400.2761 in the U.S. and Canada or +1 949.428.5800 worldwide.
Companies define their own set of rules for consistent assessments