Driver Qualification Form

New & Existing Driver

Getting Started

Step 1

Gather the valid documentation required for registration listed on this page, as well as a valid email address for your Driver.

Step 2

Complete and submit the Driver’s Q-Form. It will be sent directly to our team for processing.

Step 3

Check your email for the activation key and test instructions. If you have requested that the email be sent directly to your Driver, please instruct your Driver to check their email. They can begin their test immediately.

Step 4

Track your email for notification of test completion. This update will be sent to you, our team, and the requested Terminals. The Terminals will need to review and approve the Driver’s file.

Step 5

Check your email for confirmation of access to the new Certification Card!

Study Material

As a professional petroleum driver, it is critical that your training and expertise is sufficient to ensure that safety is never compromised with respect to life, property, and our environment.

Professional Petroleum Driver's ManualColour-Coded System

Driver Information

First and last name, previous Canadian Fuels Card # (if applicable), date of completion for 10 supervised loads.

Driver’s License

Valid Provincial Driver’s License, including license number and province of issue.

TDG / TMD (Transportation of Dangerous Goods)

Valid TDG Certification, including date of issue.

TDG certification is valid for 3 years. These regulations prescribe safety standards and shipping requirements for thousands of dangerous goods to better promote public safety.

WHMIS / SIMDUT (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System)

Valid WHMIS Certification, including date of issue.

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System, or WHMIS, is a comprehensive labeling system providing information on the safe use of hazardous materials in the workplace. Drivers need to update their WHMIS if they change their position or company.

ERP – Emergency Response Plan

An Emergency Response Plan (ERP) describes what to do in the event of a release or anticipated release of certain higher-risk dangerous goods while they are in transport.

The Driver Certification Program requires Drivers to review the Land Transportation Emergency Response Guidelines (LTER) document every 3 years, including a review of the eleven elements of an ERP, listed on page 10 of the LTER document. This document is available in English and French under ‘Driver Certification Guidance Material’ at https://www.canadianfuels.ca/health-safety/driver-certification/