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Subject: Motor Vehicle Operator Guideline

Date: 01/06/2014

Revision: 1

Page: 3 of 6

Medical Examiner’s Certification – the Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card necessary in conjunction with a Chauffeur license and/or a CDL. It must be carried with either license. DOT medical/physical requirements

RESPONSIBLITY:

Deans, Directors, and Department Heads

  • Actively support this Guideline within individual units by ensuring

there are appropriate resources to implement the procedures.

Supervisors

  • Implement all aspects of this Guideline by assuring all motor vehicle operators have obtained the proper licensing and training, received medical clearance, and operate vehicles in a safe manner.

  • Report vehicle malfunctions and accidents to the UM Parking & Transportation Services (P&TS) using a Vehicle Damage Report.

  • Comply with the P&TS requirements for University vehicle operation. Employees who have reached 7 points on their Michigan license will be restricted from driving University vehicles, per the P&TS policy.

  • Report all work related injuries and illnesses to the Work Connections office within 24 hours by submitting the Illness or Injury Report Form per the instructions.

Employees

  • Report all moving vehicle violations to your supervisor, both at work and away from work. Employees who have reached 7 points on their Michigan license will be restricted from driving University vehicles, per the P&TS policy.

  • Report to your supervisor any medication usage that could alter your driving ability including prescription and over the counter medication.

  • Assure all safety equipment is operational, i.e. turn signals, brake lights and fire extinguisher. Report faulty equipment to the supervisor.

  • Maintain the necessary driver license endorsements to operate assigned vehicles.

  • Report any job related injury or illness, or unsafe or unhealthy working condition to your supervisor.

OSEH

  • Maintain and administer the Medical Surveillance Program and the Drug and Alcohol Testing Program for University employees.

  • Collaborate with Occupational Health Services (OHS) Clinic to resolve any personal medical conditions that require follow up or a medical waiver issued by the State of Michigan.

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