The Employer Pull Notice (“EPN”) program is a California DMV program that provides businesses with a quick method of tracking the driving records of employees who drive for their employers.
An employer who enrolls in the EPN program receives a requester code. The requester code is then added to an employee’s driver license (DL) record. When an employee’s DL is updated to record an action/activity, an electronic check is made to find out if a pull notice is on file. If the action/activity is one that is marked to be reported under the EPN program, a driver record is mailed to that employer.
The EPN program lets your organization monitor DL records of employees who drive on your organization’s behalf. This monitoring accomplishes the following:
The EPN program automatically makes a driving record for each employee upon registration of the employee into the program. Also, an employer has access to an employee’s driving record at any time:
Businesses that use the EPN program can also help improve public safety by keeping employees with hazardous driving records off the streets and away from company cars. This level of close study of employees by employers can also decrease traffic accidents and injuries.