Reports / Employment forms
Below are the forms that you can use for your employment process:
This is a standard application form for employment. You have the option to select an existing applicant or print empty forms.
This form is used to verify the safety history of an employee from their previous employers.
This form is used to record contacts with previous employers.
This form helps satisfy the driver qualification requirements by checking the driving record of an applicant.
This form is used to request drug and alcohol testing records of an applicant from their previous employer. You have the option to select an existing applicant or print an empty form.
The Employee Eligibility Verification (I-9) is the form required by the Department of Homeland Security - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to document eligibility for employment in the United States.
This form helps you satisfy the requirements of Section 604(b)(2) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. It states that a consumer reporting agency cannot give out your information to your employer or potential employer without your written consent. Written consent is generally not required in the trucking industry.
Commercial vehicle drivers have limitations on the number of hours they can drive. This form is used to record their on-duty hours.
This checklist helps satisfy the driver qualification requirements of 49 CFR Section 391.51.
Prospective employers are required to obtain accident and drug and alcohol testing history from all DOT-regulated employers that the driver-applicant worked for in the previous three years. The request must include a release form signed by the driver-applicant regarding their drug and alcohol testing information. Employers must provide this information to the requesting company within 30 days.
This is an employee certificate of compliance.
This is a certificate of driver training.
If the road test is successfully completed, the person who administered it should complete a certificate of the driver's road test. The original or a copy of the certificate should be kept in the employing motor carrier's driver qualification file of the person examined, and a copy should be given to the person who was examined.
At least once every 12 months, a motor carrier must review the driving record of each driver. A note stating the results of this review should be included in the driver's qualification file.