1 UNIVERSITY of HOUSTON MANUAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES SECTION: Administrative Operations Number: AREA: General SUBJECT: Fleet Management Plan I. PURPOSE AND SCOPE This document outlines procedures to be used in operating a responsive fleet management service to support the mission of the University of Houston. Emphasis is placed on providing professional customer service, efficient economical solutions to transportation and maintenance issues, and efficient use of the university vehicle fleet. Additionally, this plan formally establishes fleet policies and procedures required to increase vehicle use, reduce fleet maintenance expense, and improve the overall operating efficiency of the University s fleet. This document is consistent with State of Texas Government Code , Restrictions on Assignment of Vehicles, and other applicable requirements established by the State Council on Competitive Government and the Office of Vehicle Fleet Management (OVFM) within the Texas General Services Commission (GSC). II. POLICY The university strives to manage its vehicle fleet in the most effective and efficient manner possible, consistent with the university s mission, state and federal regulations, and university policies and procedures. The university s Fleet Coordinator will serve as a point of contact for all fleet management responsibilities. III. DEFINITIONS A. Cap: The limit of fleet vehicles at an institution, governed by OVFM. Approval must be granted by OVFM prior to increasing the university s fleet cap or penalties may occur. B. Fleet Coordinator: A person, designated by the university, responsible for planning, directing, managing, coordinating and supervising programs for the acquisition, assignment, utilization, maintenance, repair, replacement and disposal of fleet vehicles. Also responsible for ensuring that basic preventative maintenance and repairs are performed and repair history is documented. C. Fleet Vehicle: Fleet vehicles governed by this policy are road licensed vehicles owned or leased by the University. This includes the electric and gasoline utility vehicles used by many departments. D. Pool Vehicle: A light duty on road or off road vehicle (car, van, station wagon, or pickup with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) under 8,601 pounds), not assigned to an employee or law enforcement/emergency service, suitable for providing basic transportation for any authorized driver. E. Vehicle Operator: A person authorized by the university, in writing, to drive university vehicles while on official business. September 10, 2001; Revised April 19, 2013 Page 1 of 9
2 IV. FLEET MANAGEMENT AND STRUCTURE A. The Director for Risk Management is responsible for setting minimum driver acceptability criteria for all employees using vehicles regularly as part of their job and for those who may occasionally drive a vehicle in work-related activities. 1. Screening potential new drivers through the Texas Department of Public Safety for driving violations and license status annually, and coordinate actions if individuals do not meet the university s acceptability criteria; and 2. Acquisition of appropriate insurance; and 3. Working with appropriate university departments to provide for alcohol and controlled substance testing for those positions requiring the possession of a class A Commercial Driver License. B. The Fleet Coordinator has overall responsibility for planning, coordinating, implementing, and enforcing the fleet management plan. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 1. Serving as the primary point of contact with OVFM, reporting vehicle use data, responding to queries about the university s fleet and fleet cap, preparing waiver requests, and ensuring compliance with statewide fleet management vehicle reporting and policies and procedures as they relate to the university, including staying current with software need as required by OVFM; and 2. Collecting and entering vehicle and vehicle use information into the vehicle fleet database monthly; and 3. Coordinating fleet vehicle purchases and replacement, maintenance and repair, vehicle assignments and utilization, and vehicle disposal; and 4. Reviewing vehicle acquisitions and their funding sources; and 5. Reviewing reported inappropriate use of state vehicles and supporting vehicle policy violation investigations; and 6. Coordinating fleet management efforts associated with the department vehicle managers and the Purchasing Department; and 7. Investigating accidents and assisting with the processing of insurance claims; and 8. Coordinating the distribution of vehicle insurance cards to department heads; and 9. Developing and/or assisting with vehicle-related training programs; and 10. Keeping informed regarding industry best practices and implementing such practices, where appropriate. C. The Vehicle Maintenance Shop is responsible for scheduling and providing routine maintenance for all fleet vehicles, including but not limited to: September 10, 2001; Revised April 19, 2013 Page 2 of 9
3 1. Performing basic maintenance such as oil changes, tire rotations/replacements, tune-ups, etc. Additional complex maintenance work will flow through the shop as well. 2. The Fleet Coordinator is responsible for tracking and coordinating warranty repairs in addition to maintenance agreements for outside repair in conjunction with the Purchasing Department. D. Departments with owned or leased vehicle assignments are responsible for controlling the use of the vehicle(s) to meet all university policies and procedures in addition, but not limited, to the following: 1. Ensuring vehicles are maintained in a clean, safe and serviceable condition and reporting vehicle malfunctions to the vehicle maintenance shop; and 2. Investigating misuse and damage of vehicles; and 3. Recommending and/or taking corrective action, which may result in the loss of authorized driver status and disciplinary action, up to and including termination. E. Vehicle operators are responsible for using university owned, rented or leased vehicles for official purposes only, as well as: 1. Complying with the no smoking policy while in the vehicle; and 2. Requiring that all passengers use proper vehicle safety devices when inside the vehicle; and 3. Identifying, documenting, and reporting all mechanical discrepancies to appropriate supervisors or the vehicle maintenance shop for prompt repairs; and 4. Ensuring all cargo is properly loaded and secured prior to moving the vehicle; and 5. Submitting copies of all fuel purchases and maintenance obtained off campus to the Fleet Coordinator; and 6. Notifying the direct supervisor and Fleet Coordinator of any change in their physical limitations or if a significant infraction of civil traffic laws incurred by them; and 7. Reporting all accidents or other losses in accordance with guidelines established by the Risk Management Department. V. OFFICIAL USE OF VEHICLES A. As required by state law, fleet vehicles may only be used to conduct official university business. Under no circumstances may a university-owned/leased vehicle be used for personal convenience or to conduct private business. Personnel authorized to use vehicles for domicile-to-duty authority must not use these vehicles to conduct personal business in conjunction with official university business or duties. B. Those employees having emergency or rapid response requirements, such as law enforcement personnel, may be authorized by university management to take a university-owned/leased vehicle to a local dining establishment. September 10, 2001; Revised April 19, 2013 Page 3 of 9
4 VI. VEHICLE OPERATOR RULES OF CONDUCT While driving a university vehicle, employees are engaged in an activity that represents the university to the general public. Therefore, all authorized drivers must convey a positive, professional image. To accomplish this, drivers are expected to comply with all applicable state laws and university policies. Failure to comply with the provisions of this section may result is the loss of authorized driver status and disciplinary action, up to and including termination. VII. VEHICLE USE REPORTS A. State law requires each driver of a state-owned vehicle to complete a daily report of use on the UH Monthly Vehicle Use Report Form excel spreadsheet available online at B. The report must show the number of trips, purpose for which the vehicle was used, miles traveled, amount and type of fuel purchased, oil added, passengers carried, and other information as may be required to provide a record of vehicle use and maintenance performed. Receipts for any purchases made for the vehicle by the driver from private sector vendors must be itemized and attached to the UH Monthly Vehicle Use Report Form. The vehicle operator is responsible for reporting these transactions in the manner prescribed by the university to the Fleet Coordinator. C. If the vehicle is used by more than one operator during the day, each operator must enter his or her name into the report. If more than one page is required per month, a continuation page may be used. D. After the close of the reporting period, the vehicle operator will review the report for accuracy and sign in the designated space. Then, the completed report will be sent to the university s Fleet Coordinator. This report must be submitted no later than the fifth day of the following month. VIII. VEHICLE USE AND DRIVER AUTHORIZATION A. A university vehicle may only be driven to accomplish a specific purpose or task for the university. If a university-owned vehicle is not available; the university, at its option, may provide an alternative form of transportation (the use of a pool vehicle) or reimburse an employee for the use of a personally-owned vehicle. Authority to drive a vehicle is restricted to faculty, staff, and students conducting official business for the university. Use is limited to accomplishing academic, research and/or administrative responsibilities of the department involved. B. To become an authorized driver, a vehicle operator must possess a valid Texas Vehicle Operator's License and submit a Motor Vehicle Record Evaluation Request to the Department of Risk Management to be added to the approved drivers list. Before being placed on the approved drivers list, the Department of Risk Management will verify an employee s driving record through the Texas Department of Public Safety or an alternative service provider. The Department of Risk Management is also responsible for conducting an annual driving records check on all approved drivers and providing each vehicle custodian s department contact with a document confirming their drivers status as authorized or unauthorized. C. All traffic citations issued to the driver of a university vehicle must be reported to their supervisor. If an authorized driver is convicted of a traffic violation that results in the loss of their Texas Vehicle Operator's License, the driver must notify their supervisor that they have lost their license and are no longer eligible to drive a university vehicle. Failure to September 10, 2001; Revised April 19, 2013 Page 4 of 9
5 comply with this requirement may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination. Additionally, if the employee s position requires a valid license, failure to maintain an excellent driving record may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination. D. To legally operate some heavy-duty university vehicles, state law requires the driver to possess a valid commercial driver s license. Vehicle operators, when driving heavy-duty vehicles, are subject to the provisions of the federally mandated program of Drug and Alcohol Testing for Safety Sensitive Positions Requiring a Commercial Driver s License. Failure to comply with the provisions of this program may result in the loss of authorized driver status and disciplinary action, up to and including termination. IX. HIGH PROFILE VEHICLES A. High profile vehicles are vehicles with a high center of gravity, including pick-up trucks, vans and sport utility vehicles. They are a particular safety concern because they are more susceptible to rollover accidents than most vehicles. B. All drivers of high profile vehicles must successfully complete the safety course for high profile vehicles available at Environmental Health and Safety s web site at C. 15-passenger vans are of particular concern as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been publishing advisories regarding these vans. There have also been a number of multiple fatality accidents attributed to the use of these vans. Therefore, the purchase or use of 15-passenger vans for university business is prohibited. X. ACQUISITION AND USE A. Fleet Cap: If the purchase of a vehicle exceeds the university s fleet cap, the cap must be increased by OVFM prior to the purchase of the vehicle. The Fleet Coordinator will provide assistance with this process. B. Alternative Fuel Program: The U.S. Department of Energy requires all vehicles purchased or leased by the university to be capable of using an alternative fuel. Alternate fuel vehicles reduce the dependency on imported oil by utilizing other fuels such as ethanol (E85), compressed natural gas, liquefied propane gas, hybrid electricity and gas, or electricity. The Fleet Coordinator will assist the department to assure that a new vehicle meets these federal requirements. C. Vehicle Purchase-Replacement Request Form: A department wishing to purchase a new vehicle will prepare and submit a Vehicle Purchase-Replacement Request form for each vehicle to the Fleet Coordinator. Justification must include, as a minimum, the following information: 1. Description of the primary purpose of the vehicle, such as transportation, education, or research; and 2. Total number of licensed and off-road vehicles currently assigned for department use; and 3. Type of vehicle and modification required to that vehicle; and September 10, 2001; Revised April 19, 2013 Page 5 of 9
6 4. Estimated number of passengers to be transported daily; and 5. Estimated pounds of cargo to be transported daily; and 6. Estimated monthly mileage; and 7. Source of funding; and 8. If the new vehicle is a replacement for an existing vehicle, the department must identify that vehicle. D. Vehicle Leasing and Rental Requirements: Vehicles may be leased or rented from outside sources when there are no appropriate vehicles available from the pool. A department wishing to rent or lease a vehicle will organize it within their department and notify the Fleet Coordinator. The department is also responsible for arranging insurance coverage for leased vehicles through the university s Risk Management Department. The optional liability and physical damage coverage must be purchased for leases under 30 days or from the car rental company for all rented vehicles. E. Use of Personally-Owned Vehicles: Whenever possible, employees should use vehicles assigned to their department, rent a vehicle through their department, or arrange to use a pool vehicle. When personal vehicles are used for university business, a Travel Request must be submitted and approved in advance, and the employee will be reimbursed per the state s mileage reimbursement rate. The reimbursement rate takes into account fuel cost, wear and tear on the vehicle, maintenance and insurance expenses. F. Purchasing Department Responsibilities: This department has responsibility for procuring all university-owned and leased vehicles in accordance with applicable state and university procurement requirements. No procurement actions will be taken without prior written authorization of the Fleet Coordinator. All vehicles must be delivered to the Fleet Coordinator or Vehicle Maintenance Shop before the department takes possession. G. Exceptions: Law enforcement vehicles, vehicles purchased with non-appropriated funds, and vehicles with a manufacturer s gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of more than 8,600 pounds are exempt from the requirements of the state s plan. All vehicles, regardless of funding source used to acquire them, are subject to the reporting and conversion requirements addressed in this document. H. Replacement Criteria: Vehicles purchased with appropriated funds and with a manufacturer s GVWR of less than 8,600 pounds will be replaced using the following criteria: STATE FLEET REPLACEMENT GOALS Vehicle Type Purpose Replacement Sedans and Wagons Staff or Client Transport Ten years/90,000 miles Light Trucks and SUVs Basic Transport, Light Hauling Ten years/100,000 miles Passenger Vans Staff or Client Transport Ten years/100,000 miles Cargo Vans Cargo Hauling Ten years/100,000 miles September 10, 2001; Revised April 19, 2013 Page 6 of 9
7 I. State Mandate Mileage Requirements: Departments with vehicles that do not meet the minimum use criteria of 11,000 annual miles established by the state will be required to submit a detailed written justification to Fleet Management. Vehicles may be designated as excess and subject to disposal from the fleet unless a lifetime or temporary exemption has been permitted through OVFM. Fleet Management will apply for such exemptions on the university s behalf. J. Titles and Registration: All original vehicle titles and registration receipts will be acquired and maintained by the Property Management Department. K. Due to increased insurance requirements and safety concerns, the use, purchase, lease or rental of 15-passenger vans is prohibited. Minivans, SUVs and buses are still options for official University purposes. XI. VEHICLE CONSOLIDATION AND ASSIGNMENT (see , Restrictions on Assignment of Vehicles) A. The university s motor pool will consist of all vehicles that have been purchased with state-appropriated funds and that are not otherwise assigned to an employee or individual. The university will identify opportunities for reduction or consolidation (when logical). B. Pooled vehicles will be available for check out on an as-needed basis by those individuals with a valid Texas driver license and who are currently employed by the university and have been cleared in accordance with applicable policies regarding motor vehicle record evaluations. C. A vehicle may be assigned to an individual administrator or executive employee only if the university makes a written documented finding that the assignment is critical to the needs and mission of the university and the finding is presented, in writing, to OVFM (via the Fleet Coordinator) as assignments occur. The documentation will include vehicle identification number, license plate number, year, make and model; the name and position of the individual to whom it is assigned; and the reason the assignment is deemed critical to the needs and mission of the university. XII. VEHICLE FUELING REQUIREMENTS All university vehicles will utilize the campus fueling facility or the appropriate fuel card when travelling range precludes refueling on campus. Under state contract, the university is able to bulk purchase gasoline at below retail prices. Unless specifically prohibited by manufacturer s warranty or recommendations, all university vehicles operating on gasoline shall use regular unleaded fuel. XIII. INSURANCE The Risk Management Department purchases liability insurance from private sources for all owned and leased vehicles and physical damage insurance when requested by the responsible department. Requests to have vehicles added, removed, or receive coverage from this insurance policy are to be sent to the Fleet Coordinator. September 10, 2001; Revised April 19, 2013 Page 7 of 9
8 XIV. REPORTING ACCIDENTS AND MISUSE A. All vehicle accidents should be reported to the employee s direct supervisor; the direct supervisor should contact the Fleet Coordinator and the Risk Management Department. Vehicles involved in accidents shall be promptly removed from service and delivered to the vehicle maintenance shop for repair estimates and/or repairs. A copy of the completed repair work order shall be forwarded to the Fleet Coordinator for inclusion in the accident case file. All repairs will be submitted to OVFM. B. University personnel have an obligation to report suspected cases of vehicle misuse to their immediate supervisor. The supervisor, in turn, will notify the Fleet Coordinator and other appropriate university officials in accordance with the Fraud, Waste and Abuse Program. XV. EXCESS VEHICLES Vehicles declared as excess by departments will be turned into the Fleet Coordinator, along with the completed Authorization to Move or Transfer Furniture and Equipment Form available on the Property Management web site at sfer%20request%20form.pdf, and a completed Vehicle Purchase and Replacement Request Form for vehicle disposal action. Vehicles will be sold by advertisement to other eligible state entities, sealed bid, auction or through other approved surplus property disposal processes. Property Management will coordinate these reassignment or disposal transaction(s). Appropriate reports will be filed with OVFM if necessary by the Fleet Coordinator. XVI. REVIEW AND RESPONSIBILITY Responsible Party: Executive Director, Facilities Management Review: Every three years on or before March 1 XVII. APPROVAL Carl Carlucci Executive Vice President for Administration and Finance President Renu Khator Date of President s Approval: April 19, 2013 September 10, 2001; Revised April 19, 2013 Page 8 of 9
9 REVISION LOG Revision Number Approved Date Description of Changes 1 09/10/2001 Initial version 2 06/18/2004 Applied revised MAPP template to meet current documentation standards. Changed Fleet Manager to Fleet Coordinator throughout procedure. Added definition of Fleet Vehicle to Section III. Revised documentation to reflect current operating requirements. Removed Section V.H table on State Mandated Minimum Mileage Goals. Changed responsible party to AVP for Plant Operations; changed review period from every two years on or before July 1 st to every three years on or before July 1 st 3 04/19/2013 Applied revised MAPP template and added new Revision Log. Revised entire procedure to reflect current operating requirements. Added Section IX on High Profile Vehicles. Changed the responsible party to Executive Director, Facilities Management. Changed review period from every three years on or before July 1 st to every three years on or before March 1 st. Removed Index terms September 10, 2001; Revised April 19, 2013 Page 9 of 9
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