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OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH GUIDELINE

Subject: Motor Vehicle Operators Guideline Date: 01/06/2014

Revision: 1

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Section Summary

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Scope Reference Regulations Definitions Responsibility

Deans, Directors, Department Heads Supervisors Employees OSEH Occupational Health Services (OHS) Clinic Parking & Transportation Services Provisions Procedures Technical Support

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This Guideline is issued by the Department of Occupational Safety & Environmental Health to provide guidance and consistency in management of the licensing program for operators of

University of Michigan motor vehicles.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

SUMMARY:

This Guideline provides standard procedures for the licensing and medical requirements for the operation of motor vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating or combination weight greater than 10,001 pounds at the University of Michigan. This includes passenger buses and vehicles used to transport hazardous materials, regardless of the vehicle weight and all commercial motor vehicles. These requirements apply to all personnel operating designated University vehicles, including contractors.

SCOPE:

It is important to note this Guideline only includes the requirements of the laws as they pertain to vehicle operation at the University of Michigan. The State of Michigan has adopted the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Regulations (FMCSAR) and the Federal Hazardous Materials Regulations (FHMR) into State law.

REFERENCE REGULATIONS:

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Regulations Michigan Secretary of State – Chauffeur License Information Michigan Secretary of State – CDL information Michigan Vehicle Code Michigan Trucking Safety

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