Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors

Forms

Please note: From 1 July 2019, Yellow Card system fees will increase as per the annual indexation rate for fees and charges. 

The Disability Services Act 2006 outlines the criminal history screening requirements for people engaged by a Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors funded non-government service provider or a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) non-government service provider.

In order to carry out the screening process, the department will collect information through a range of forms.

The Disability Services Act 2006 outlines the use of approved forms for the collection of information to be used for a number of different purposes related to criminal history screening.

For further information in relation to forms for particular employment types, please refer to the Information Sheet: Screening scenarios for persons engaged in disability services (PDF, 345 KB) Information Sheet: Screening scenarios for persons engaged in disability services (DOC, 515 KB)

Alternatively, please email Criminal History Screening on criminalhistoryscreening@disability.qld.gov.au.

For service providers:

These forms are for service providers to complete on behalf of the applicant. 

For sole traders: 

Sole traders who are NDIS registered are required to undergo criminal history screening to deliver prescribed disability services to NDIS participants.

These forms are for sole traders proposing to start or continue to deliver services for people with disability under the Disability Services Act 2006 section 52.

For Yellow Card holders and applicants: 

These forms are supporting forms for Yellow Card holders and applicants.

Watch this space

We are making changes to criminal history screening web pages.

Fact

Criminal history screening is soon to be known as “NDIS Worker Screening”.