Sample Company Policies And Procedures：
SAFE OPERATION OF VEHICLES
Employees may be asked to operate either their own or company-owned vehicles as part of their job duties for the company. In the course of such operation, employees are expected to exercise good judgment and safe-driving practices at all times, including avoiding any activity, which may distract their attention from the road or violate any law. Such activity includes speeding or other reckless driving, ingesting alcoholic beverages, or even unsafe use of a cell phone while operating a vehicle.
Employees operating a motor vehicle in performance of their work must maintain a safe driving record. One of the important indicators of a safe driver is an individual's Motor Vehicle Record (MVR). An MVR will be obtained for all employees operating a motor vehicle in performance of their work when the employee is hired, when the employee is involved in an accident while working, and for any other reason or at any time the company believes is necessary to assure safe vehicle operations.
Employees who fail to maintain a safe driving record (MVR) or operate a motor vehicle in an unsafe manner are subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.