MVR Checks for Employee Drivers

Risk Research Bulletin | October 2005 | 0 Comments  Average 0 out of 5

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Not every accident involving an employee driver is foreseeable or preventable. But research has demonstrated a link between poor driving history and future driving performance, so regular motor vehicle record (MVR) checks are important to ensuring transportation safety. When establishing an effective MVR check policy, consider including these important components:

  • What positions require an MVR check
  • Minimum age and driving experience
  • Violations that disqualify a job candidate or an employee from driving on the institution’s behalf 
  • Continued monitoring of an employee’s MVR
  • Self-reporting traffic violations or accidents during employment
  • Discipline for traffic violations or failure to comply with the policy

For more information on developing an effective MVR check policy, read Steering Clear of Liability: MVR Checks for Employee Drivers.


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