Members observing any violations of this policy and/or Chapter 15B-9, Florida Administrative Code; Wrecker Qualifications and Allocation System Rules, by the various wrecker companies on the FHP Rotation Wrecker list shall notify the District Supervisor in charge of Wrecker Inspections as soon as practicable.
Generally, for violations of the wrecker rules that do not pose an immediate threat to the safety, health and welfare of the public or for violations which do not have specific penalties stated in the rules, the violators will receive an Order to Show Cause for first offenses. The purpose of the Order to Show Cause is to formally advise the wrecker operator that action will be taken to suspend or remove the wrecker operator from the rotation list unless the wrecker operator complies with the wrecker rules. It also allows the wrecker operator an opportunity to prove that he/she has not violated the wrecker rules or had a valid reason for the violation.
If a wrecker operator fails to respond to the Order to Show Cause or continues to violate the wrecker rules, a request for suspension or removal of the wrecker from the wrecker rotation list is to be forwarded through the chain-of-command to the Director or designee with all supporting documentation.
In cases where a wrecker operator is immediately suspended from the wrecker rotation list per the emergency provisions of the wrecker rules, the Director or designee will be immediately notified via the chain-of-command of the action taken. A complete report and all supporting documentation are to be forwarded through the chain-of-command to the Director or designe
DISCIPLINARY ACTION FOR NON-COMPLIANCE
When a wrecker operator violates any provisions of the wrecker rules, it shall be grounds for denial of inclusion, removal or suspension from the rotation list.
Wrecker logs shall be Communications Center (RCC).
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