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  • Commercial Driver Orientation The first step in the orientation process that the driver understand certain policies and procedures based on employment with your company as well as the requirements as a commercial driver during employment. This information is usually covered in the Employees handbook, and explained to the employee during the orientation process.
  • Keep Track......
    • Create a checklist for each of your Packets, and begin with Checking all of your of Documents. That they have been received and signed by the applicant and company representative.
    • Here is an example of how you can do your checklists, depending on the paperwork and information that you require for your employees.
    • Checklist can include, but not limited too; Driver qualification, certification, payroll, previous employer, orientation .
  • Orientation Checklist
  • Driver Qualification Checklist......
  • Previous Employment Checklist
  • Commercial Drivers License verification
  • Payroll Checklist Information
    • Payroll and personnel paperwork necessary for processing and understanding company payroll policy
    • I-9 original and copy of SS card (to be placed in separate I-9 Folder)
    • W-4
    • Payroll information for driver (wages, paperwork due, pay period etc.)
    • Receipt of Employee hand book
  • Additional Orientations
    • Additional Orientations maybe necessary depending on your specific company and needs.
    • Here are a few suggestions on orientation per department.
    • Dispatch - ** (Have procedure in place for dispatch procedures – how loads, communication etc works in dispatch)
      • Dispatch Orientation if necessary
    • Shop area (if Applicable)
      • Shop orientation (reefer, trailer, dock)
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