22. The Société shall maintain, using the information reported to it, in particular the information transmitted by the police forces and the Commission or any other administrative authority, a file on each owner and each operator required to register and on each driver of heavy vehicles. The Société shall, in accordance with its administrative policy, identify the owners, operators and drivers whose conduct is exemplary as well as those who require special monitoring because of conduct that presents a risk. For that purpose, the Société shall consider, in particular, contraventions of the provisions of this Act, the Highway Safety Code (chapter C‐24.2), any similar legislation administered by other administrative authorities, and the Criminal Code (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter C-46), reports and statements of offence or convictions in respect of those persons and the drivers of the heavy vehicles owned or operated by those persons, including drivers whose driver’s licence was issued by an authority other than the Société, inspections and road check operations concerning them, even those that reveal no irregularity and any accident involving a heavy vehicle owned or operated by those persons. For the purposes of a driver’s file, the Société shall consider every accident in which the driver was involved while driving a heavy vehicle.
The Société shall consider only reports and statements of offence or convictions in respect of an act done by a driver of heavy vehicles in performing work as a driver.
1998, c. 40, s. 22; 2005, c. 39, s. 14; 2008, c. 14, s. 120.