Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of work-related fatalities. The environment in which these accidents occur involves numerous complex factors, many uncontrollable. The purpose of Crossing Rivers Health’s Driver Safety policy is to provide the means to reduce such factors to eliminate unnecessary injuries and fatal circumstances. We value our employees not only as employees but also as human beings crucial to the success of their families, the local community and Crossing Rivers Health.
Crossing Rivers Health encourages its employees to take a proactive approach in identifying potential hazards by promptly reporting them to their supervisor.
Employees may be asked for permission to obtain Motor Vehicle Records (MVR) from the state of Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Administration reserves the right to use its discretion in determining an unsatisfactory MVR. As a guideline, 3 violations in the past three years will be grounds for an unsatisfactory MVR and may be cause for termination and/or disciplinary actions.
Crossing Rivers Health conducts mandatory random drug and alcohol testing. Driving under the influence of alcohol or other illegal substances is grounds for termination.
All drivers will be supplied with an accident claims kit, (a pen, documentation form, and a disposable camera. Drivers are required to document all details of the accident: traffic flow, speed, stop lights/signs, weather conditions, citations issued, etc. Pictures should be taken to document the extent of damage to all vehicles involved. REPORT ALL ACCIDENTS IMMEDIATELY TO YOUR SUPERVISOR.
Personal use of company vehicles is prohibited without prior permission from management.
I have read and understand CRH’s Driver Safety Policy, and its requirements and expectations of me as an employee.