Driving Requirements

Unacceptable Driving Records:

1) Three (3) moving violations and/or accidents (types A, B, or C) in the most recent three (3) years.

2) Two (2) moving violations and/or accidents (types A, B, or C) in the most recent year.

3) Drivers with a major conviction (type A) within the past three (3) years.

4) Drivers with a suspended or revoked license.

Violation Definitions:

A major or Type A violation includes (but not limited to):

• Driving while Intoxicated or Under the Influence (DWI, DUI, OWI, OUI)

• Refusing Substance Test

• Leaving the scene of an Accident (Hit and Run)

• Careless or Reckless Driving

• Manslaughter/Homicide or Assault through use of a Motor Vehicle

• Drivers who Currently have a Suspended or Revoked License

• Fleeing/Eluding a Police Officer

• Commision of a Felony

• Drag Racing

Accidents or Type B violations regardless of the fault of the accident. Most accidents have some degree of negligence on the part of the driver involved. Also, most states do not distinguish between at fault and not at fault accidents.

Minor or type C include most moving violations that are not classified Type A or B. These include (but are not limited to):

• Speeding

• Running Red Light or Stop Signs

• Failure to Yield

• Improper Lane Change

This also includes driver’s license suspensions reported as violations.

5) Record of good judgement/decision making. Applicant must be able to successfully pass comprehensive security background screenings so as to service all AIS customers who are federally regulated by TSA, DOD, DOJ, DHS, etc.

6) Typical 9-10 hour shift to include sitting, walking, and standing, with occasional computer usage. May also climb, bend, kneel, reach, squat, stoop, and twist. Must be able to carry, lift, pull, and push between 10-100lbs., with repetitive movement of both hands. May be required to wear a respirator.

7) You must read and write well enough to understand written rules and instructions and fill out paperwork.

8) You must be able to pass a DOT physical.

9) You must be able to pass a pulmonary function test. A pulmonary function test determines your physical ability to use respirators.

10) You must be physically fit enough to climb ladders, enter confined spaces, work in extreme temperatures, and wear full protection equipment.

11) You must maintain a working phone number through the duration of employment.

12) You must have reliable transportation.

13) You must be able to be on call after hours and on weekends.

14) You must be able to report to work within 45 minutes of being dispatched.

15) You must be able to travel.

16) You must have/wear steel toed boots.