1 University Driver Policy Responsible Department: Risk Management Responsible Administrator: Director of Risk Management July 15, 2003 Revised: January 1, 2011 Date of Scheduled Review: January 1, 2014 I. PURPOSE To reduce liability claims, control insurance premium costs, and comply with our auto liability carrier s stipulations by establishing a driving policy that outlines safety standards, driving terms and conditions, and additional requirements to help mitigate potential risks. II. SCOPE This policy applies to all Employees authorized to operate University Vehicles or privately owned vehicles used in the course and scope of conducting University Business. All vehicle operators are subject to this policy and must comply with the guidelines herein regardless of where the vehicle is being operated. Portions of this policy may not be applicable to sworn ACUPD officers while operating police vehicles to conduct official duties. III. DEFINITIONS A. University Business is defined as any activity by an Employee that is determined to be within the scope of his or her assigned duties and includes University-sponsored or approved activities. B. Employee is defined as any individual currently classified as an employee by Human Resources and/or currently on the University payroll. C. Vehicle is defined as any motorized vehicle used to conduct business on behalf of the University, whether owned, leased, or rented by the University, by which persons or property can be transported. D. Routine Driver is defined as an Employee who is authorized to operate a Vehicle on a routine or regular basis (daily, weekly, or regularly scheduled) to conduct University Business.
2 IV. PROCEDURE A. Operating University Vehicles In addition to establishing a driving policy, our auto liability carrier requires Abilene Christian University (ACU) to maintain a current listing of all Employees who are designated as Routine Drivers. A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) check will be conducted on all Routine drivers on an annual basis. Refer to Appendix A for details on MVR check procedures, insurance coverage, and driver training requirements. 1. Employees must meet the following terms and conditions prior to operating a Vehicle: Use is for University Business; Must be at least 18 years of age; If under the age of 21, recommend supervisors only allow operation of a Vehicle within 50 miles of the campus; Maintain a valid U.S. driver s license; and Complete applicable training. 2. Refer to Appendix B for details on operating golf, utility cart-type, gator, or other off-road vehicles (ORVs). 3. Refer to Appendix C for detailed terms and conditions for operating passenger vans and buses. 4. The following safety standards must be complied with at all times while operating a Vehicle on University Business: Comply with all traffic safety laws; Enforce seatbelt requirements; No driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol; No use of speed/radar detectors; No speeding or reckless driving; No use of headphones or ear buds while driving; No texting while driving; and No use of cell phones while driving unless using a hands-free device. 5. The following uses are prohibited while operating Vehicles on University Business: Transporting of passengers or material for compensation; Pushing another vehicle; Towing w/o prior permission from the Risk Management and Transportation offices; Transporting dangerous chemicals, flammable items, firearms, or other hazardous materials w/o prior approval of Risk Management; and Operating University-owned, leased, or rented vehicles outside the U.S. without prior approval of the Risk Management office.
3 B. Maintaining University Vehicles 1. The following are required to properly maintain Vehicles. Vehicle inspection, registration, proof of insurance, and accident forms, must be current and maintained in each vehicle at all times. Operators should report damage or other concerns to the Transportation Office. Operators should monitor oil and other fluid levels and periodically check tire pressure and tread. 2. The following actions are recommended to secure Vehicles. Take all reasonable precautions to prevent damage or theft of vehicles when parked or not in operation. Roll up all windows and lock all doors. Where possible, park in lighted and/or protected areas. C. Operating Rental Vehicles When unable to procure a vehicle through the Transportation office, renting a vehicle to conduct University Business is preferable to using a personal vehicle. This helps control potential liability exposure to the University and/or the Employee. Operators must meet the vehicle terms and conditions described in section IV.A.1. The vehicle must be rented for University Business. Refer to Appendix D for details on obtaining and operating rental vehicles. D. Operating Personal Vehicles All Employees must meet the following terms and conditions to use their personal vehicle to conduct University Business: Meet the vehicle operator terms and conditions described in section IV.A.1; Meet the insurance prerequisites in Appendix A, section C; and The vehicle must be in good operating condition. E. Vehicle Accident Procedures 1. All vehicle accidents must be reported to the Risk Management office as soon as possible but not to exceed 24 hours. In the event of a serious injury or fatality, the vehicle operator will notify Risk Management at as soon as possible. If the accident occurs outside normal business hours, the vehicle operator will notify ACU Police at
4 2. Refer to Appendix E for detailed information concerning vehicle accident and reporting procedures. 3. For any demand, claim, or summons served to an Employee involved in an accident asserting liability, contact the Risk Management office immediately. V. COMPLIANCE Violations of these policies and/or procedures may result in disciplinary action or other action ACU deems appropriate under the circumstance. Furthermore, if an MVR check reveals that an Employee is uninsurable, the Employee s driving privileges will be revoked. The revocation period will be for three or five years, dependent upon the nature of the offense(s).
5 Appendix A MVR & Insurance Procedures Office of Risk Management These procedures provide guidance concerning the requirements for Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) checks, vehicle operator training, and insurance. A. MOTOR VEHICLE RECORD (MVR) CHECKS The Office of Human Resources conducts an initial MVR check on all employees before they are hired. In accordance with the University s auto liability carrier, Routine Drivers will have their MVR screened at least once every 12 months to ensure their driving record remains acceptable. Additionally, all Employees authorized to operate University-owned, leased, or rented vans or buses must consent to an MVR check. Furthermore, anyone who is not an Employee must consent to an MVR check before operating a University-owned, leased or rented vehicle to conduct University Business. 1. The Office of Risk Management will coordinate with department heads/supervisors to maintain a current listing of Routine Drivers. Personnel on the list will be contacted annually to complete an MVR Consent and Information Form to facilitate their annual MVR check. 2. Employees or other authorized drivers requiring an initial or annual screening will submit an MVR Consent and Information Form, Attachment 1 and the completed form to or fax it to Allow three business days for processing. 3. The MVR check will determine driver insurability. All Routine Drivers must meet the insurability standards established by the liability carrier to be eligible for auto insurance coverage and to operate Vehicles in the scope of their employment. 4. On those occasions that the results of the check preclude a person from being insurable, the Office of Risk Management will provide a copy of the report to the individual with an opportunity to review and dispute any inaccurate or incomplete information. The individual will be given three (3) business days to contact the Office of Risk Management and conclusively demonstrate the inaccuracy of the information, after which time the Office of Risk Management will make the final determination regarding the individual s insurability. The department or organization will be informed of the final determination and will be responsible for notifying the individual. 1/1/2011 Page 1 of 4
6 Appendix A A Type A driving violation in the last five years is unacceptable to our carrier and will not meet insurability standards for 5 years. Three or more Type B violations or two or more at-fault accidents or negligent collisions in a three year period is unacceptable and will not meet insurability standards for 3 years. Anyone amassing two moving Type B violations and one at-fault accident or negligent collision in a three year period will be monitored by the Safety Office and may require more frequent MVR reviews and/or training. Type A Violations Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs or while intoxicated Driving with an open container (alcohol) Refusing to take a substance test Reckless driving Hit and run Fleeing or evading police or roadblock Resisting arrest Racing/speed contest Driving with license suspended/revoked Vehicular assault Homicide or manslaughter or using a vehicle in connection with a felony Type B Violations Moving violations that include: - Speeding - Improper lane change - Failure to yield - Failure to obey traffic signal or sign Other: - Accidents - Collisions 5. Supervisors should encourage Employees to comply with vehicle safety policies and traffic laws and may temporarily suspend an Employee s driving privileges for the following reasons: Operating a vehicle in an unsafe manner; Failing to comply with traffic safety laws; or Failing to comply with ACU driving policies/procedures. 6. Employees are required to notify the Office of Risk Management within 24 hours if their driver s license is suspended or revoked for any reason. B. VEHICLE OPERATOR TRAINING 1. Once a determination is made that an Employee or volunteer is insurable, the Safety Manager will contact the person to coordinate the applicable vehicle operator training. 1/1/2011 Page 2 of 4
7 Appendix A 2. Routine Drivers will be required to complete a web-based driver course. All Employees and volunteers who are authorized to operate passenger vans for University sponsored activities will also be required to complete the Van Driver Certification program. 3. The Safety Manager will provide instructions to access the web-based training, coordinate passenger van proficiency testing, and notify supervisors/sponsors when their personnel have completed the required training and/or certification. 4. All authorized drivers will be required to complete recurring training as determined by the Office of Risk Management. 5. Employees who are placed on warning or those who have had their driving privileges temporarily suspended will be required to accomplish additional training. C. INSURANCE PROCEDURES 1. The Risk Management office is responsible for coordinating all issues concerning auto insurance on behalf of the University. Our auto liability carrier has stipulated that in addition to maintaining a listing of authorized drivers and conducting annual MVR checks, we must establish a driving policy that outlines: safety standards, driving terms and conditions, and additional requirements to help mitigate potential risks. Refer to the ACU Driver Policy for the specific requirements and driver qualifications to operate Vehicles. 2. Insurance coverage is extended to Employees and volunteers who are authorized to operate Vehicles to conduct University Business. The Office of Risk Management must be contacted prior to operating vehicles (whether owned, leased, or rented by the University) outside of the U.S. to ensure adequate coverage. 3. Department heads/supervisors are responsible for identifying Employees who are Routine Drivers and submitting these names to the Risk Management office so they can be added to the authorized driver list. Additionally, they must immediately notify the Risk Management office when personnel need to be added or deleted from the list to help maintain an accurate listing and ensure adequate insurance coverage. 4. The Risk Management office will disseminate Proof of Insurance cards and applicable departments will ensure they are maintained in all university-owned or leased vehicles. 5. Each vehicle category has unique and/or specific insurance procedures. University-Owned Vehicles The Risk Management office will be informed whenever a vehicle is purchased, transferred to another department, or sold. The following information will be provided for new vehicles: year, make, and model; date of acquisition; amount paid or value of the vehicle; vehicle identification number (VIN); and the license number. Proof of Insurance cards and Accident Report forms will be maintained in the vehicle. 1/1/2011 Page 3 of 4
8 Appendix A University-Leased Vehicles The Risk Management office should be informed prior to leasing a vehicle to conduct University business to ensure it is covered by our liability carrier. Additionally, Proof of Insurance cards and Accident Report forms will be provided and will be maintained in the vehicle at all times. Passenger Vans All individuals authorized to operate university-owned, leased, or rented passenger vans must complete the Van Driver Certification Program to meet the coverage requirements levied by the University s auto liability carrier. Refer to Appendix C for the unique operator and safety requirements. Rental Vehicles The University s auto insurance carrier provides liability coverage on rental vehicles used on University Business and rented in ACU s name. Refer to Appendix D for detailed requirements on how to obtain a rental vehicle. International Rental Vehicles The University has acquired foreign auto liability coverage and Employees should contact the Risk Management office to determine if rental insurance should be purchased. If a vehicle is rented on a short-term basis from a rental agency in a foreign country, the vehicle should be rented in the name of the University. If a driver s name is required on the rental form, it should be entered as Abilene Christian University/(driver s name). Personal Vehicles The vehicle owner s insurance policy provides the primary coverage for auto damage and liability. The University s coverage is secondary and for liability coverage only. This means that the University s insurance coverage will only pay claims made against the employee by third parties involved in an accident and only after the vehicle owner s insurance policy has paid its maximum benefit. Additionally, the University s coverage will not pay for damages to the owner s vehicle. Employees are responsible for ensuring the following prerequisites are met prior to using their personal vehicle to conduct University Business. o Meet all vehicle operator requirements in the ACU Driver Policy. o Possess current vehicle registration and state inspection. o Possess current auto insurance, with the following coverage limits: State minimum for bodily injury and property damage Under/Uninsured Motorist coverage recommended Please contact the Risk Management Office at if you have any questions concerning the information provided in these procedures. 1/1/2011 Page 4 of 4
9 ABILENE CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY MOTOR VEHICLE REPORT CONSENT AND INFORMATION FORM Employees (initial here) I understand and agree that in connection with my continued employment with Abilene Christian University ("ACU"), ACU needs to obtain motor vehicle record (MVR) information to confirm my eligibility or continued eligibility to drive ACU vehicles (whether owned, leased, or rented) or my personal vehicle in the course and scope of my employment. I understand that ACU has an established MVR review program and that my driving history will be reviewed to determine my driving eligibility. Volunteers (initial here) I understand and agree that ACU needs to obtain motor vehicle record (MVR) information as a prerequisite to determine my eligibility to drive ACU vehicles (whether owned, leased, or rented) for ACU-sponsored activities. I understand that ACU has an established MVR review program that my driving history will be reviewed to determine my driving eligibility. All Drivers '(initial here) I understand and agree that ACU may use an outside agency to research my motor vehicle and driving records and that the outside agency will provide an MVR report to ACU. Under the provisions of all applicable federal, state and local laws, I hereby authorize and permit ACU, without reservation, to obtain an MVR from any and all states in which I have held a driver's license. I also understand that ACU will comply with all applicable laws and will not release or distribute any MVR information to any outside parties unless legally obligated to do so. I agree that a copy or facsimile of this authorization shall be valid as the original. This authorization shall remain on file and shall serve as an ongoing authorization for ACU to obtain my MVR for lawful purposes at any time during my affiliation with ACU unless revoked in writing. I further understand that under the provisions of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, I have the right to receive a copy of the MVR report from ACU if the results preclude that I am not insurable and that I will be given three (3) business days to dispute any inaccurate information. I also understand that I must provide conclusive proof of inaccuracy and that disputing the results may not necessarily impact the final determination. I hereby agree to release, indemnify and hold harmless any person, firm or entity that discloses matters in accordance with this authorization, as well as ACU, its employees, agents and representatives, from any and all liability or damages of whatever kind or nature, whether known or unknown, which may at any time arise or result from the request for use of and/or disclosure of any information pursuant to this authorization, except to the extent that such liability or damages arises or results from a violation of any applicable law. I understand and agree that I am responsible for reviewing and complying with the University Driver Policy and Procedures. DRIVER INFORMATION Please circle applicable category: Faculty Staff Student Volunteer Department/Organization Address State / DL# (List all driver's license used in the last 3 years) DOB mm/dd/yyyy / / Print Address Print Full Name Signature Supervisor/Sponsor Signature (Exactly as it appears on driver's license) (Exactly as it appears on driver's license) Date Date 1/1/2011
10 Appendix B Off-Road Vehicle Procedures Office of Risk Management These procedures provide guidance for Employees and volunteers concerning the safe operation of all golf, utility cart-type, gator, or other Off-Road Vehicles (ORV) owned, leased, or rented by the University. Department heads/supervisors must create a process to ensure that personnel who operate ORVs receive training in accordance with these procedures and adhere to the guidelines herein. A. OPERATOR REQUIREMENTS Operators must meet the following terms and conditions to operate an ORV: 1. Must be 18 years of age; 2. Driver s license is not required; 3. Must receive training on ORV operating and safety procedures; and 4. Only Employees or volunteers with specific permission may operate these vehicles. B. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS Operators must demonstrate the following knowledge/skills prior to operating an ORV: 1. Explain prohibited operating areas and parking procedures; 2. Explain occupancy and cargo requirements and pedestrian considerations; 3. Demonstrate speed adjustments turns, crosswalks, and pedestrians; 4. Navigate on uneven grades/hills; and 5. Connect/disconnect trailers and maneuver (if applicable). C. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Operators must comply with the following safety terms and conditions to operate an ORV. 1. Operators must know where they are permitted to drive an ORV: Do not operate ORVs on off-campus streets or roadways; Avoid primary sidewalk routes during class changes; Avoid the campus mall area unless working/making a delivery in the area; and Avoid hilly, muddy, or other potential hazard areas. 1/1/2011 Page 1 of 2
11 Appendix B 2. Use headlights (if equipped) during hours of darkness/low visibility 3. Do not wear headsets/ear buds while operating vehicles unless operating in a noise hazard area. 4. Do not use cell phones without hands-free device or text while operating vehicles. 5. Reduce speed and sound the horn (if equipped) when turning around buildings or other blind spots. 6. Use cross walks when crossing streets, parking lots, or entrances. 7. Do not try to pass other ORVs or motor vehicles. 8. Do not operate ORVs from dusk to dawn without operational headlights and taillights. 9. Drivers and passengers must adhere to the following occupancy guidelines: Vehicles may carry only the maximum numbers of people the manufacturer permits; Keep arms and legs inside the vehicle; Remain seated until the vehicle has safely stopped; People are prohibited from riding in the utility bed of the vehicle; and All loads will be secured (bungee cord, rope, etc). 10. Operators must exercise the following when in close proximity to pedestrians: Slow down; Always yield the right of way to pedestrians; Do not try to pass pedestrians on the sidewalk; and Do not block the path or limit pedestrian s access to walkways or crosswalks. 11. Operators must comply with the following guidelines when parking an ORV: Remove the keys and set the brake and Do not block handicap access and/or parking spots. Please contact the Risk Management office at if you have any questions concerning these procedures. 1/1/2011 Page 2 of 2
12 Appendix C Passenger Van and Bus Procedures Office of Risk Management These procedures provide guidance for Employees and volunteers concerning the safe operation of passenger vans and buses owned, leased, or rented by ACU to conduct University Business. A. OPERATOR REQUIREMENTS Authorized drivers must consent to an MVR screening prior to operating a van or bus. Refer to Appendix A for more information concerning MVR checks. The University s liability carrier has recommended the following driving terms and conditions to operate passenger vans and buses: 1. Comply with the guidance and procedures outlined in the ACU Driver Policy 2. Maintain an acceptable MVR check 3. Possess a CDL to operate vehicles capable of transporting 16 or more passengers 4. Complete the ACU Van Driver Certification program to operate passenger vans B. GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. Notifications should be made to the Safety Office at least two weeks prior to requesting to use a van to validate that the operator meets all of the conditions listed above. 2. Reservation requests for passenger vans and buses should be made with the Transportation Office as soon as possible. C. PASSENGER VAN OPERATING REQUIREMENTS 1. Must be 21 years of age to operate a passenger van. 2. Have 3 years of driving experience in the U.S. 3. Must be an ACU sponsored trip/event. 4. An ACU employee of at least 21 years of age must accompany the group. D. PASSENGER VAN SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 1. Van Driver Certification Program: Operators must complete the certification program consisting of a web-based Passenger Van Safety Training video and demonstrate driving proficiency prior to operating a university-owned, leased, or rented passenger van. The 1/1/2011 Page 1 of 2
13 Appendix C certification program will be administered by the Risk Management Office. Refer to the Appendix A for more information concerning driver training/certification. 2. Van Signage or Markings: Signage should be place in University-owned vans stating the age requirements for driving in the local area and outside the city limits. The key ring should also indicate that only certified van drivers are authorized to operate the vehicle. 3. Driver Fatigue and Travel Time/Distance: Van and bus operators traveling to and from activities or events should obtain a minimum of six hours sleep before traveling and drive no more than 500 miles in a 24-hour period. Consider using multiple vancertified/cdl drivers or a charter bus for longer trips. 4. Navigator/Designated Driver Assistant: To reduce distractions, the front seat passenger should be designated to assist the driver by reading maps, caring for passenger needs, and operating radio, cell phones, etc. 5. Vehicle Loading and Towing: Nothing will be allowed on the roof. Luggage and equipment should be dispersed to help balance the weight. Items in the rear cargo area should be relatively light, not stacked above the seat back, and properly secured. Towing must be pre-approved by the Risk Management and Transportation offices to ensure proper precautions. 6. Safety Inspection: Conduct a visual safety inspection of the vehicle, including fluid levels, lights, wiper blades, and all tires. Ensure tires are properly inflated and the tread is not worn down. Worn or improperly inflated tires can cause handling problems on wet or slippery roads and lead to tire failures or accidents. Please contact the Risk Management office at if you have any questions concerning these procedures. 1/1/2011 Page 2 of 2
14 Appendix D Rental Vehicle Insurance Procedures Office of Risk Management These procedures provide guidance concerning the requirements for acquiring insurance associated with renting or leasing vehicles to conduct University Business. A. GENERAL PROCEDURES Rental vehicles may be procured to conduct University Business and are preferable to using a personal vehicle. Employees must be 21 years of age and have a current U.S. driver s license to be eligible to rent a vehicle for the purpose of conducting ACU business. B. RENTAL PROCEDURES 1. The University s automobile insurance carrier provides secondary liability coverage on rental vehicles used to conduct University Business and rented in ACU s name. 2. Employees should refer to the Travel and Entertainment Policy and University Purchasing s Rental Car procedures to obtain additional information concerning the procurement of rental vehicles. In order to clarify the varying coverage listed on most rental agreements, the following options are provided: Optional Damage Waiver: Accept if renting for university business. Optional Personal Accident Insurance: Deny if renting for university business. Personal Effects Coverage: Optional Coverage ACU s policy applies only to ACU owned property or equipment. If you are transporting expensive personal equipment, you accept this coverage at your own expense. Supplemental Liability: Deny if renting for university business. 3. Any vehicle rental agreement for University Business must be made in the University s name. Be certain to add For ACU after your signature on the rental agreement. 4. If you plan to combine vacation time with University Business, check with your personal automobile insurance carrier to select the appropriate coverage for your vacation. 1/1/2011 Page 1 of 2
15 Appendix D C. INSPECTION PROCEDURES 1. Inspect the exterior and interior of the rental vehicle for damage prior to leaving the parking lot. Make certain a written notation of the damage is made on the rental agreement by the rental agent before signing. 2. Inspect the rental vehicle at the time of return to the rental company. Make certain a written notation indicating whether or not there is any additional damage is made by the rental agent on the agreement. 3. Departments will incur a chargeback to repair vehicle damages claimed by a rental agency, but not to exceed $1000. Please contact the Risk Management office at if you have any questions concerning these procedures. 1/1/2011 Page 2 of 2
16 Appendix E Vehicle Accident Procedures Office of Risk Management These procedures provide guidance for Employees involved in vehicle accidents while in the scope of conducting University Business. Department heads/supervisors should ensure that their personnel are aware of and adhere to the guidelines herein. ACU Vehicle Accident Reporting procedures, Accident Forms, and auto Proof of Insurance cards will be maintained in all university-owned and leased vehicles. All vehicle accidents must be reported to the Office of Risk Management at as soon as possible but not to exceed 24 hours. In the event of a serious injury or fatality, the vehicle operator will notify Risk Management as soon as possible. If the accident occurs outside normal business hours, the vehicle operator will notify ACU Police at In the event of an accident, the vehicle operator will accomplish the following actions. A. PRIMARY ACTIONS 1. Immediately call to request applicable response (EMT, fire department, police) 2. Attempt to determine the status of injured and provide assistance 3. Do not move person(s) unless it is life threatening 4. Do not move vehicle(s) unless it is more dangerous to leave it where it is or if directed by fire department or law enforcement personnel to do so B. SECONDARY ACTIONS 1. Notify ACU Police Obtain the necessary information and fill out the Vehicle Accident Report, Attachment 2 3. Express no opinion as to who was at fault 4. Give no information except as requested by law enforcement officers 5. Do not sign a statement for anyone except a law enforcement officer Please contact the Risk Management office at if you have any questions concerning these procedures. 1/1/2011
17 Vehicle Accident Report Abilene Christian University ACU Vehicle Information Driver s Name Office Phone: Department Name: Supervisor s Name: Vehicle Name/Model: Vehicle License Plate: Other Vehicle Information Driver #1 Name: Phone: DL# Vehicle Make/Model Color: License Plate # Insurance Company: Agent/ID Number Insurance Policy number Accident Information Date of accident: Approx. Time: Were pictures taken? Yes No Street Address/Road City: State: Describe what happened: Describe other property damaged: Witness Information Witness #1 Name: Phone Number: Witness #2 Name: Phone Number: Witness #3 Name: Phone Number: Medical Information Were there Injured? Number of Injured: Was an ambulance required? Please return this form to: Office of Risk Management ACU Box Abilene, Texas Fax
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ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE 6530: Vehicle Use/Driver Authorization A. Driver Requirements/Authorization The district expects all authorized drivers to be conscientious and courteous drivers and understand
WESTMINSTER COLLEGE VEHICLE USE AND OPERATION POLICIES This policy applies to all faculty, staff, students, or volunteers who operate college vehicles or who operate non-college vehicles for college-related
BUSINESS CHAPTER # 2 Board of Trustees Approval: 08/14/2013 POLICY # 14.01 Page 1 of 1 I. POLICY Motor vehicles at Salt Lake Community College shall be purchased, operated, maintained and sold in accordance
COUNTY OWNED VEHICLE USAGE POLICY Effective January 1, 2009 Ohio Revised Code 307.72 states that motor vehicles purchased or leased as provided by section 307.41 of the Revised Code shall be for the use
Vehicle Use and Driver Responsibilities Policy Rev. 7/25/14 Office of Student Support Services (808) 735-4724, M-F, 8:30am-5:00pm Policy Administration Chaminade University Van Administration Contact List
UT System Administration Policy Library Policy UTS157 Automobile Insurance Coverage for Officers and Employees and General Requirements for the Responsible Officer: Executive Vice Chancellor for Business
ABC Corporate Vehicle Policy All recipients of a company car are required to follow the fleet guidelines regarding its maintenance and participate in web-based driver training or behind the wheel driver
Off Campus Trip LENS Check Packet The LENS check packet is required when a student is driving their personal car or driving a rental car to a University approved activity. Return the completed packet to
Page 1 UNIVERSITY OF MOUNT UNION FLEET VEHICLE POLICY UPDATED: February 2014 The University of Mount Union maintains a fleet of vehicles that are available for University-sponsored activities and functions.
Turning Points for Children SUBJECT: TRAVEL SAFETY POLICY DATE ISSUED: April 22, 2015 (Addition: June 1, 2015) REVISION: This Travel Safety Policy is inclusive of the following policies in TPFC Handbook
SKIDMORE COLLEGE MOTOR VEHICLE POLICY TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Title Page I. Purpose... 2 II. III. IV. Scope... 2 Sponsoring Department Responsibility... 2 Driver Eligibility... 2 V. Authorization Procedures...
310 Seymour Lansing, MI 48933 Telephone: (517) 487-6550 Fax: (517) 487-6977 Lansing Housing Commission Vehicle Standard Operating Procedure Vehicle Standard Operating Procedure The purpose of this Standard
Policy: Motor Vehicle Record Policy for Drivers of University Vehicles Financial Affairs Department Insurance and Risk Management Effective: June 2005 Revised: January 2014 I. PURPOSE The purpose of this
Risk Research Bulletin Steering Clear of Liability: Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) Checks for Employee and Student Drivers Those who drive on behalf of your institution both employees and students help expand
Villanova University Fleet Management Program A. INTRODUCTION Safe drivers know how to operate a vehicle properly. They do not make the common driving errors that cause most accidents. They also have learned
Motor Vehicle Operations Program July 31, 2008 Introduction The Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) is committed to providing a safe and healthful environment for its employees and visitors. All activities
Fleet Management Overview It is the policy of to safely operate company vehicles in adherence with all applicable laws and regulations. This fleet policy reflects the requirements and standards to effectively
College Vehicle and Driver Policy For College Vehicles - Fleet Van Usage The College maintains a small fleet of passenger vans as a service to College employees and students who are traveling on College
NYU Safety Policy Manual Page 1 of 8 PURPOSE To provide guidance for the implementation of New York University's (NYU) Fleet Safety Program, which includes selection of drivers who operate University vehicles.
Effective Date: July 1 st, 2015 Policies and Procedures Recognized Student Organization Vehicle Use Responsible Office: Responsible Official: Department of Student Activities Director of Student Activities
VEHICLE USE HANDBOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS General Vehicle Use Philosophy Statement. 2 Vehicle Use 2 College Vehicles 2 Smoking 3 Animals.3 Use of College Vehicles Reserving Vehicle.. 3 Faculty and Staff 4
NOTE: This policy applies to all Bannock County employees, volunteers, etc. who operate vehicles for Bannock County business (including those who submit mileage reimbursement request forms or are authorized
Driver selection: Who is driving your vehicles? Did you realize that your company s liability limits goes with each vehicle associated with your operations? Driver selection could be one of your most important
University Fleet Services Policies and Procedures May 2008 Contents Assignment and use of vehicles................. 2 Definition of personal use...................... 2 Driver requirements...........................
HM 680 April 1991 $ $$ Southern Selection AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE HOW MUCH COVERAGE DO I NEED? You may not realize how much you rely on your car until something happens and you are unable to use it. You cannot
Occidental College Authorized Driver Program Procedures Introduction In order to help promote the safety of persons who drive themselves and others while they are conducting College business or while they
DMV OREGON TRAFFIC ACCIDENT AND INSURANCE REPORT Tear this sheet off your report, read and carefully follow the directions. ONLY drivers involved in an accident resulting in any of the following MUST file
House Substitute for SENATE BILL No. 117 AN ACT regulating traffic; relating to transportation network companies, transportation network company services, regulation. Be it enacted by the Legislature of
THE TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM (TAMUS) FLEET VEHICLE USE GUIDELIINES Definitions System Fleet Manager Individual appointed by the Vice Chancellor for Business Services responsible for ensuring compliance
INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY VEHICLE GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES PURPOSE The purpose of this document is to clarify Indiana State University guidelines and procedures regarding use of University vehicles, which
Date of Request: Date Received: Contac t Information Student s Name: G Number: Contact Phone: Contact Email: Academic Advisor: Advisor Phone: Travel Request Advisor Email: Name of Conference/Competition
1. Definitions. Agreement means the Terms and Conditions on this page and the provisions found on the Face Page, and the General Rental Terms that you agree to on our website. You or your means the person
CHART OF MOVING VIOLATIONS The following chart lists the moving violations that are designated by the Texas Department of Public Safety pursuant to statutory authority. The violations listed are subject
Vehicle Use and Operation Approved By: Vice President for Finance and Administration Date Approved: May 17, 1999 Revised: August 2002 Date of Next Review: Related Policies: OAR 580-040-0030, ORS 184.305,
Washington County Board of Supervisors PERSONNEL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL FOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION EMPLOYEES ATTACHMENTS ATTACHMENT C Effective Date: January 1, 1998 PART 01. GENERAL SECTION 01-01
VetsWork Position Description Position Title: Natural Resource Intern Project Sponsor: Umatilla National Forest http://www.fs.usda.gov/umatilla Mt. Adams Institute Mission: VetsWork is a program of the
APPLICANT INSTRUCTIONS / INFORMATION Please print legibly. Answer all questions completely. Incomplete or illegible applications will not be considered. Use the abbreviation N/A if a particular provision
Insurance Indemnity Sections 1 through 6 must be completed for a quote indication. Sections 7 through 9 must be completed in order to bind. 1. General Information Applicant Legal Name Company Name (DBA)
The University of Alabama at Birmingham Issued: September 1, 2001 Revised: June 16, 2003 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page LIST OF APPENDICES... vi Summary of Driver and Department/Unit Primary Responsibilities...
I. Purpose Anne Arundel Community College Motor Vehicle Policy and Procedure Table of Contents II. Scope III. Definitions IV. Driver Requirements V. Use of Pool Vehicles VI. General Rules for Vehicle Use