4) When an audit is initiated, a letter will be sent to the Licensee advising of the audit, identifying the areas of interest for the investigation, and the documents and records required to be provided.
5) Those documents may include trip sheets, dispatch records, daily time records, pay statements, T4 statements, cancelled cheques or banking clearance of the direct deposit, or any record or thing that may be relevant to the investigation. The documents provided may be originals or copies.
6) The records for Independent Operators paid by the trip will be expected to show the rate and the geographical zone for the origin/destination of each container moved.
7) The pay statements for all operators paid by the hour will be expected to show the hourly rate paid, the amount of gross earnings, the type of benefits paid and the hourly value of each benefit.
8) The letter from the Auditor will generally advise where the documents and records are to be delivered to, and the time frame for delivery (usually five to ten days).
9) Failure to comply with a direction by the Auditor may result in the Commissioner taking further steps deemed appropriate for the particular circumstances.