1 Mid Central Educational Cooperative Motor Vehicle Safety Policy Adopted 2010
2 Mid Central Educational Cooperative Motor Vehicle Safety Policy Mid Central Educational Cooperative is dedicated to protection all employee drivers, their passengers and the general public from injury arising out of the use of motor vehicles for company business. Our Motor Vehicle Safety Policy establishes minimum procedures and requirements that must be followed by management and employees when using motor vehicles for business purposes. Management Policy Statement Our company considers the safety and health of employees and the general public to be of prime importance. Safety contributes to the successful pursuit of our mutual goals and objectives. By implementing the following Motor Vehicle Safety Policy, our goal is to protect and preserve our vital resources. The operation of vehicles is a daily part of conducting our company business and providing vital services. However useful as an everyday tool of supporting our business, motor vehicles expose all of us to accidents, injuries, property damage, and direct/indirect costs. We have responded to these hazards with an aggressive Motor Vehicle Safety Policy designed to reduce our potential for accidents as much as possible. In order to achieve these goals, the policy mandates the active participation and support of us all. Vehicle accidents are a waste of our time, equipment and human resources, in addition to potentially causing human pain and suffering. As such, all employees, no matter what status or position, must play an active role in eliminating and controlling accidents. We have a moral obligation to each other and ourselves to support the aims of this Motor Vehicle Safety Policy. Director 1.
3 Responsibilities and Expectations Employees selected and given authorization to drive company vehicles will display a commitment to safe vehicle operation. It is our expectation that everyone work toward our common goal of zero accidents by taking individual responsibility for the safe business use of motor vehicles. Mangers are responsible for: 1. Implementing and managing the Motor Vehicle Safety Policy at their location. 2. Designating employees authorized to drive company vehicles. 3. Ensuring that designated drivers meet minimum driver qualifications outlined in this program. 4. Ensuring that employees provide proof of insurance (in the amount of at least $300,000 for bodily injury insurance coverage) on all personal vehicles used for company business. 5. Coordinating investigation of all accidents resulting from business use of personal use of company vehicles. 6. Coordinating driver training. 7. Ensuring that all designated drivers sign our "Vehicles Use Agreement" (appendix I) prior to driving on company business, and that a copy of the signed form is provided to (designated person in management). 8. Notifying (designated person in management) of all accidents involving the business use of motor vehicles. Drivers are responsible for: 1. Following and cooperating with the requirements of this program. 2. Maintaining a valid driver's license and following any license restrictions. 3. Informing your manager of any driver's license revocations, restrictions, or suspensions. 4. Driving at all times in a safe, defensive manner. 5. Assuring the safety of passengers and cargo. 6. Providing auto insurance with a bodily injury limit of at least $300,000 on all personal vehicles used for company business; and providing proof of this insurance to the manager. 7. Reporting all accidents and incidents to your manager and cooperating with investigations. 8. Attending and participating in all company-sponsored drivers training. 9. Wearing their seat belts when driving vehicles on company business and ensuring passengers in all such vehicles also wear their seat belts. 10. Signing and adhering to our "Vehicles Use Agreement" (appendix I). It is our hope that these driver responsibilities carry over to your personal vehicle use and driving habits. The need to be safe does not stop at the end of the work day. Driver Authorization to include qualifications and screening. 2.
4 Driver Authorization (qualifications and screening) Driver Authorization Only those employees meeting the minimum qualifications of this program, and authorized to drive on company business may do so. This authorization may be revoked if evaluations of drive performance are not to company standards. Minimum Drive Qualifications The first step in receiving authorization to operate a motor vehicle on company business will be to make certain that employee has a: 1. Valid driver's license, without suspension, from the state of their residence only. 2. Driving record (MVR) free of any convictions within the past three years for: Alcohol and/or drug related driving offenses. Refusal to submit to a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) test. Reckless driving. Leaving the scene of an accidents. A felony, manslaughter or homicide involving use of a motor vehicle. Driving while the driver's license is under suspension or revoked. 3. Driving record (MVR) free of any combination of three or more "at-fault accidents" or moving violations (e.g. speeding, failure to yield, improper turn, etc.) within the past three years. An "at-fault accident" is defined as an accident in which the drive may have prevented the accident by operating the vehicle in a reasonable and prudent fashion. This is to be determined by the person reviewing the MVR after the facts of the accident have been gathered from the accident and reviewed. 4. Clean background by checking with previous employers in accordance with applicable privacy laws. MVRs (Motor Vehicle Record) An MVR will be obtained yearly on all employees for whom authorization to drive on company business is being determined. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) requires that we notify the employee (prior to obtaining an MVR) that a consumer report (MVR) will be obtained. Therefore, the employee must complete and sign the Disclosure and Authorization form (Appendix III) and forward a copy to the Mid Central Educational Cooperative. MVRS will be obtained: When checking job application references. Prior to making an offer of employment. When a current employee transfers to a driving position. When a current position is revised to include driving. At least once a year on a regular basis to ensure the ongoing safety of drivers. Mangers must also provide the employee with a copy of "A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act" (appendix IV) prior to requesting a check of the employee's MVR. 3.
5 Vehicle Use Agreement A "Vehicle Use Agreement" (appendix I) serves as a formal means of authorizing employees to drive on company business. No employee is permitted to drive on company business until this form has been completed and signed by the employee and manager. Authorization to drive on company business may be terminated at any time in which Management becomes aware of a driver's failure to abide by this policy or to meet the minimum driver qualifications. Personal Use Personal use of vehicles provided or rented is prohibited without express consent of management. Communications Accident Reporting Minor incidents and accidents should be reported regardless of damage or cost. Motor Vehicle Incident Reporting procedures (see appendix VI) should be located in every company vehicle and to anyone driving their personal vehicle on company business. Employees involved in motor vehicle accidents while driving on company business should: 1. Immediately contact and report the accident to the authorities (Police, Highway Patrol, Sherriff) and ask that they provide you with a written report of the accident. 2. Exchange driver information (driver's license numbers, company telephone number & address, and the names of insurance companies). Do not make any statements or comments about the details of the accident or your contribution to its occurrence to the other driver, witnesses or passengers in the other vehicle. Never admit fault in an accident, that will be determined by the law and by the insurances claims department. 3. Report al accidents promptly to your manager, providing detail of the accident, named/address/telephone number/drivers licenses number for the other driver and name of their insurance company, names/phone numbers of all witnesses, etc. (See Appendix V - Telephone Report of Vehicle Accidents). Investigation All motor vehicle incidents and accidents will be investigated immediately by the supervisor of the driver/employee, as well as any other management people deemed appropriate, and the driver/employee (if able). Any pertinent supporting data such as witness statements, descriptions, and suggestions for correction must be obtained at this time. The use of appendix V will be the start of your documentation and investigation. 4.
6 Organizational Specific Vehicle and Driver Safety Rules 1. Be familiar with the vehicle and equipment before operating/driving. 2. Conduct regular vehicle safety inspections per company policy, keep the vehicle in good operating condition, and report any mechanical problems to management. 3. Practice defensive driving and courtesy to prevent accidents and traffic violations. 4. Observe all the rules of the road, including the use of turn signals, yielding the right of way, adhering to speed limits and maintaining safe following distances. 5. Use headlights (not parking lights) during times of reduced visibility, such as snow, rain, drizzle, fox, and twilight. 6. Allow only authorized persons to operate or ride in vehicles. 7. Use the vehicle only for authorized purposed (no personal use unless authorized in advance). 8. Never pick up hitchhikers. 9. Never leave the vehicle unattended with the key in the ignition and/or the motor running. 10. Always lock the vehicle when it's unattended. 11. Use seat belts at all times and ensure that passengers do so as well. 12. Report to the management immediately any moving violations, accidents, or changes in license status. 13. Never drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If medication is prescribed, the doctor or pharmacist should confirm that it will not affect the ability to drive. The same is true of over-the-counter medications, such as cold remedies containing antihistamine, which can cause drowsiness. 14. Eliminate or reduce distractions which could cause accidents to include: Cell phone use Eating or drinking while driving Grooming Smoking Reading Use of technology devices while driving 15. Do not operate the vehicle in an aggressive manger to include: Speeding Tailgating Failure to signal a lane change Running red lights and stop signs Weaving in traffic Yelling Making obscene gestures Excessive use of the horn 16. Firearms or offensive weapons are not allowed in company vehicles at any time. 17. Other rules as deemed prudent by company management. 5.
7 New Driver Orientation and Ongoing Training Policies All new drivers will be trained on a vehicle similar in size, power, configuration, and operation as the vehicle they will be using prior to being assigned the vehicle/unit, including any special equipment specific to the intended vehicle assignment. Training will include behind-the-wheel observations. Drivers will be expected to participate in ongoing driver training and safety programs as they are offered by the company. Driver training may also be required after at fault accidents, or as a result of violations. Vehicle Specifications, Inspections and Maintenance Vehicles will be assigned to drivers based on the suitability for the designated purpose. These will be vehicles with sufficient crash worthiness, cargo capacity, and equipment to safely fulfill the requirements of the designated purpose. Vehicle modifications should be made only at the discretion of management. Examples of such modifications could include: Stereo equipment Trailer hitches Window tinting Navigation systems Security systems Accessibility aids Cargo containment means or racks Material handling means Mobile telephone attachments Changing tire or rim size Changing body configuration Increasing the carrying/hauling capacity of the vehicle or trailer Vehicles will be equipped and supplies (as needed) with appropriate emergency equipment such as: First aid kit Flashlight Reflective safety vest Space blanket Light sticks Fire extinguisher Tire inflator/sealant Reflective triangles/flares Cold weather emergency items 6.
8 Vehicles and equipment will be inspected and serviced on a regular basis per the company policies and guidelines, but at a minimum per the vehicle manufacturer's recommendations, promptly after notice of a manufacturer recall, and in accordance with regulatory requirements and recognized standard practices. Visual checks will be made by drivers on a daily basis to include: Gauges Fuel and fluids Wheels and tires Mirrors and mirror adjustment Windshield, including wipers Lights, including headlights, directionals, and brakes Disciplinary Action for Inappropriate Operation of a Motor Vehicle In an effort to improve our driver performance, we have developed a strategy which will determine a course of action after the occurrence of a moving violation and/or "preventable" accident/incident. The system will provide for progressive discipline of a driver if the driver begins to develop a pattern of repeated traffic violations and/or "preventable" accidents/incidents. Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs) will be reviewed annually to determine the suitability of the driver to continue driving a company vehicle, and to establish remedial training needs. The following criteria will be utilized, which includes bother personal and business driving: 1. No more than 2 minor violations* in one year. 2. No more than 4 minor violations in three years. 3. No more than 1 serious violation** in the past five years. 4. No DUI or DWI in the past 5 years. 5. No suspensions or multiple licenses in five years. *Minor violations include, but are not limited to: speeding, overloads, and minor equipment problems. **Serious violations include, but are not limited to: stoplight/stop sign, 10+ mph over the speed limit, vehicular homicide, hit and run or filing a false accident report. The frequency of vehicle accidents should also be considered when evaluating driver experience and suitability. Criteria regarding the accidents is no more than 2 "preventable" accidents/incidents in 36 months. If the above driver performance criteria is exceeded, action will be taken ranging from revoking of driving privileges to remedial driver training. This may include, but not be limited to, defensive driver training, behind the wheel training observations, classroom, video, or other training methods. At any time prior to exceeding the criteria, management may put a driver on notice with a warning letter regarding a particular violation(s) or "preventable" accident/incident. At the discretion of management, this may also include the revoking of driving privileges. 7.
9 Regulatory Compliance Management Our company will comply with applicable regulations and compliance requirements for the vehicles and equipment in use. (Refer to Continental Western Group sample DOT Compliance Manual, available through your loss control representatives.) 8.
10 Appendix I Vehicle Use Agreement Employee Name: Drivers License Number: Location: Unit No: To be authorized to operate a motor vehicle on company business I agree to the following conditions. I will: 1. Follow and cooperate fully with the Mid Central Educational Cooperative Motor Vehicle Safety Policy. 2. Maintain a valid driver's license and remain fully insurable. 3. Operate the vehicle in a safe, defensive manner, and obey all traffic laws. 4. Wear my seat belt and require passengers to wear their seat belts. 5. Promptly report all motor vehicle accidents to Management. 6. Assume full responsibility for any traffic violations and fines arising out of the use of the vehicle. 7. Not use the vehicle for personal use, unless authorized by management prior to the use. 8. Not allow the company vehicle to be driven by anyone that has not received authorization to drive by company Management (except in the case of an emergency). 9. No alter the vehicle unless authorized by company management. Examples include: Installation of stereos, amplifiers, radar detectors Installation of trailer hitches for personal use Aftermarket accessories such as bug deflectors, window tinting, running boards and visors Personalized or vanity license plates 10. When driving my personal vehicle for business purpose I will sign and follow the companies policy on that as well. The company reserves the right to withdraw this privilege at any time. I,, have read and understand the Vehicle Use Agreement established by Mid Central Educational Cooperative. I agree to abide by the provisions of this policy. I understand that violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment. Employee Signature: Date: Witness (Manager): Date: 9.
11 Appendix II Driver Owned/Leased Vehicles Used for Business Purposes Policy There are situations where drivers use their personal vehicles for business purposes. This may occur on a regular or irregular basis; however there are policies and expectations that must be followed in these circumstances. For those drivers utilizing their personal vehicles on organization business, the following requirements apply: o Must have a valid driver license in their state of residence, and meet the same MVR and accident criteria as drivers of company owned vehicles. o Automobile liability and property damage insurance coverage must be maintained by the driver with at least $300,000 underlying limits. The company management should be provided with evidence of this insurance coverage, which clearly lists policy declarations and coverage limits. o In case of an accident and subsequent claim, the coverage provided by the employee's personal insurance will apply first. o The vehicle must be maintained in accordance with the same requirements as company vehicles. o Drivers must comply with all applicable state laws and regulations. o Motor vehicle records will be checked initially and periodically thereafter. The driver's authorization to operate their personal vehicle for business purposes may be revoked by management if the motor vehicle record discloses the following: The state motor vehicle driver license is revoked, suspended, withdrawn or denied Operating outside the limitations of a restricted license Driver refuses to undergo drug or alcohol testing in accordance with organization policies or as required by applicable state or jurisdiction A conviction for driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs o Regular occasional drivers (more than six times per year for business use) will be required to attend driver safety training and meetings. The company reserves the right to withdraw this privilege at any time. I,, have read and understand the Driver Owned/Leased Vehicles Used for Business Purposes Policy established by Mid Central Educational Cooperative. I agree to abide by the provisions of this policy. I understand that violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment. Employee Signature: Date: Witness (Manager): Date: 10.
12 Appendix III Disclosure In connection with your application for employment, we may procure a consumer report which may contain public record information such as your driving record on you as part of the process of considering your candidacy as an employee and/or in your continued employment with our organization. In the event that information from the report is utilized in whole or in part in making an adverse decision with regard to your potential or continued employment, before making the adverse decision, we will provide you with a copy of the consumer report and a description in writing of your rights under the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act. The Fair Credit Reporting Act gives you specific rights in dealing with consumer reporting agencies. You will be given a summary of these rights together with this document. Authorization By my signature below, I hereby authorize you or your representatives to obtain a consumer report(s) in order to be considered for employment or continued employment with this company. If hired, this authorization shall remain on file and shall serve as an ongoing authorization for this organization or its representatives to procure consumer reports at anytime during my employment. Applicant's Name: Applicant's Address: City/State/Zip: Signature: Social Security Number: 11.
13 Appendix IV A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is designed to promote accuracy, fairness, and privacy of information in the files of every "consumer reporting agency" (CRA). Most CRAs are credit bureaus that gather and sell information about you - such as if you pay your bill son time or have filed bankruptcy - to creditors, employers, landlords, and other businesses. You can find the complete text of the FCRA, 15 U.S.C u, at the Federal Trade Commission's website ( The FCRA gives you specific rights, as outlines below. You may have additional rights under state law. You may contact a state or local consumer protection agency or a state attorney general to learn those rights. o You must be told if information in your file has been used against you. Anyone who uses information from a CRA to take action against you - such as denying an application for credit, insurance, or employment - must tell you, and give you the name, address, and phone number of the CRA that provided the consumer report. o You can find out what is in your file. At your request, a CRA must give you the information in your file, and a list of everyone who has requested it recently. There is no charge for the report if a person has taken action against you because of information supposed by the CRA, if you request the report within 60 days of receiving notice of the action. You are entitled to one free report everyone twelve months upon request if you certify that (1) you are unemployed and plan to seek employment with 60 days, (2) you are on welfare, or (3) your report is inaccurate due to fraud. Otherwise, a CRA may charge you up to eight dollars. o You can dispute inaccurate information with the CRA. If you tell a CRA that your file contains inaccurate information, the CRA must investigate the items (usually within 30 days) by presenting to its information source all relevant evidence you submit, unless your dispute is frivolous. The source must review your evidence and report its findings to the CRA. (The source also must advise national CRAs - to which it has provided the data - of any error.) The CRA must give you a written report of the investigation, and copy of your report if the investigation results in any statement to your file. The CRA must normally include a summary of your statement in future reports. If an item is deleted or a dispute statement is filed, you may ask that anyone who has recently received your report be notified of the change. o Inaccurate information must be corrected or deleted. A CRA must remove or correct inaccurate or unverified information from its files, usually within 30 days after you dispute it. However, the CRA is not required to remove accurate data from your results in any change to your report, the CRA cannot reinsert into your file a disputed item unless the information source verifies its accuracy and completeness. In addition, the CRA must give you a written notice telling you it has reinserted the item. The notice must include the name, address, and phone number of the information source. o You can dispute inaccurate items with the source of the information. If you tell anyone - such as a creditor who reports to a CRA - that you dispute an item, they may not then report the information to a CRA without including a notice of your dispute. In addition, once you've notified the source of the error in writing, it may not continue to report the information if it is, in fact, error. 12.
14 o Outdated information may not be reported. In most cases, a CRA may not report negative information that is more than seven years old; ten years for bankruptcies. o Access to your file is limited. A CRA may provide information about you only to people with a need recognized by the FCRA - usually to consider an application with a creditor, insurer, employer, landlord, or other business. o Your consent is required for reports that are provided to employers, or reports that contain medical information. A CRA may not give out information about you to your employer, or prospective employer, without your written consent. A CRA may not report medical information about you to creditors, insurers, or employers without your permission. o You may choose to exclude your name from CRA lists for unsolicited credit and insurance offers. Creditors and insurers may use file information as the basis for sending you unsolicited offers of credit or insurance. Such offers must include a toll-free phone number for you to call if you want your name and address removed from future lists. If you call, you must be kept off the list for two years. If you request, complete, and return the CRA form provided for this purpose, you must be taken off the list indefinitely. o You may seek damages from violators. If a CRA, a user or (in some cases) a provider of CRA data, violates the FCRA, you may sue them in state or federal court. 13.
15 Appendix V Telephone Report of Vehicle Accident (For use by manager or fleet supervisor who receives the call from the driver.) Employee's Name Are you all right? (If not, describe your injuries.) Date of Accident Exact Location of Accident Time of Accident Description of Accident (What Happened?) Phone number where you can be called back. Address where you can be reached within the next several hours. Did you get the other driver's name, address, license number, and insurance company? Was anyone injured? (Names) Were there any fatalities? (Names) Were the injured given medical assistance? If so, give the name and address of hospital or doctor. Were the police called? If so, did you get their names, badge numbers, and departments? Were there any witnesses to the accident? Did you get the names and address of the witnesses? Can your vehicle proceed safely in its present condition? What is the extent of the damage? What assistance do you need? Time Date (Signature of Person Notified) Location Unit No. (Note any instructions to the driver on the reverse side) 14.
16 Appendix VI Motor Vehicle Incident Reporting: Instructions for Drivers and Incident Information Instructions for Drivers: In the event of an accident/incident, the on-scene instructions to be placed in the vehicle should include the following: o Phone number(s) to which incidents are to be reported. o Insurance carrier information that can be provided to other involved parties. o Instructions for contacting law enforcement and emergency personnel; and instructions for contacting roadside assistance services, if available. o Instructions for leaving the incident scene intact, securing the scene against further collision or injuries until emergency personnel arrive, and meeting regulatory requirements (if any) for blood alcohol testing. o A reminder to the driver that he or she should not admit fault for the incident. Materials to be placed in the vehicle may also include a disposable camera for documenting the scene, and a witness card for recording initial comments and contact data from potential witnesses. Incident Information: Recommended data elements to be collected in the event of a motor vehicle incident are as follows: o Name o Address o Phone Number(s) o Driver's license number o License plate number o Vehicle make and model o Name of insurance carrier o Insurance policy number o Name, address, and phone number(s) of all parties involved in the incident, including passengers in each vehicle o Name, address, and phone numbers(s) of all witnesses o Date and time of the incident o Location of the incident (intersection or milepost) o The party to whom the driver's vehicle was register (e.g., the organization, the driver, another individual, or a rental agency) o Name and phone number(s) of the investigating law enforcement office on the scene, if any as well as any citations issued o Any other entities responding at the scene (e.g., fire department, ambulance, hazardous materials unit.) o A detailed narrative of the incident o Space to allow the driver to make a sketch or diagram of the incident scene Note: Vehicles involved in the incident should be denoted by numbers in both the narrative and the corresponding diagram. Position of the witnesses should be noted in the same way. 15.
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