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Employment Screening Resources Achieves Background Screening Credentialing Council Accreditation

March 04, 2014 posted by Steve Brownstein


Employment Screening Resources Achieves Background Screening Credentialing Council Accreditation

The National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS®) Background Screening Credentialing Council (BSCC) announced today that Employment Screening Resources® (ESR) has successfully demonstrated continued compliance with the Background Screening Agency Accreditation Program (BSAAP) and will continue to be formally recognized as BSCC-Accredited.

“Our firm is pleased to have the opportunity to participate in this vital industry program,” stated Attorney Lester Rosen, the Founder and CEO of Employment Screening Resources® (ESR), currently located at 7110 Redwood Blvd., Suite C, in Novato, CA 94945. “The auditing process for continuation in the accreditation program provided yet another opportunity for ESR to examine in detail all of its processes and procedures.”

Each year, U.S. employers, organizations and governmental agencies request millions of consumer reports to assist with critical business decisions involving background screening.  Background screening reports, which are categorized as consumer reports, are currently regulated at both the federal and state level.

Since its inception, NAPBS has maintained that there is a strong need for a singular, cohesive industry standard and, therefore, created the BSAAP.  Governed by a strict professional standard of specified requirements and measurements, the BSAAP is becoming a widely recognized seal of achievement that brings national recognition to background screening organizations (also referred to as Consumer Reporting Agencies).  This recognition will stand as the industry “seal,” representing a background screening organization’s commitment to excellence, accountability, high professional standards and continued institutional improvement.

The BSCC oversees the application process and is the governing accreditation body that validates the background screening organizations seeking accreditation meet or exceed a measurable standard of competence. To become accredited, consumer reporting agencies must pass a rigorous onsite audit, conducted by an independent auditing firm, of its policies and procedures as they relate to six critical areas:  consumer protection, legal compliance, client education, product standards, service standards, and general business practices.  In addition, accredited companies must successfully demonstrate continued compliance after three years of accreditation through an interim surveillance audit.


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