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Failure To Report Change In Driving Record Procedure
Physical Facilities, Physical and Capital Planning, and University Sustainability Departments
PHYSICAL FACILITIES FAILURE TO REPORT CHANGE IN DRIVING RECORD
Responsible /Issuing Office: Physical Facilities Human Resources
Original 5.1.2012/ Revised /Effective 5.1.2012
This procedure has been developed to allow us to have a consistent direction throughout PF, P&CP and University Sustainability and to operate within the University policy in the most efficient manner while meeting our business needs.
Related University Policies (access policies at www.purdue.edu/policies)
- Use of Vehicles for University Business (IV.A.1)
- Any individual who operates a vehicle on University business must report any change to his or her driving record if the change causes his or her driving record to fall in the “Conditional” or “Unacceptable” category as defined by the Risk Management Department. The individual must inform their supervisor or responsible Purdue management official the next time they report to work. If the individual is unsure if the change in his or her driving record changes his or her classification, it is his or her responsibility to review the Use of Vehicles for University Business Policy (IV.A.1) and/or contact his or her supervisor, Human Resources, or Risk Management for assistance in determining his or her driving record status.
- Failure to report a change in driving record as described above will result in disciplinary action of the next step up to and including termination.
- If a change to an individual’s driving record puts them in the conditional or unacceptable category and he or she operates a vehicle on University business prior to reporting the change, the individual is subject to additional disciplinary action up to and including termination.
- Upon notification the supervisor or responsible Purdue management official should follow reporting procedures described in the Use of Vehicles for University Business Policy.
According to the Use of Vehicles for University Business Policy (IV.A.1) some examples of items that change your driving record include but are not limited to: a moving violations; a seat belt infraction; an at fault crash; a speeding ticket; reckless driving; any felony crime committed with a vehicle; and while operating a vehicle refusal to submit to a blood alcohol test, leaving the scene of an accident, and any alcohol or drug related driving offenses.