East Georgia State College employees may have work assignments that involve driving a vehicle to accomplish Institution business. The Motor Vehicle Use Policy was established to set driving qualification standards for USG drivers and requires annual training and other appropriate measures for those employees who may fall outside those standards. East Georgia State College employees are expected to perform their duties as safely as possible to insure the protection of themselves, their fellow workers and the general public, and to reduce the amount of lost time through injuries and accidents.
All employees, regardless of frequency of driving on Institution business, must complete sections 1 – 4. Employees who have been identified as driving on Institution business on a routine or frequent basis will be required to have a Motor Vehicle Record check.
- Motor Vehicle Use Policy
Videos - "Auto Liability Program" and "Driving Do's and Don'ts"
Employees must watch both videos and then register your participation for each one. Credit will not be granted if you do not register.
- Driver Safety Tips
Driver Acknowledgement Form
Complete form and submit to the EGSC Office of Human Resources.
Motor Vehicle Record Authorization Form
Employees who have been identified as driving on Institution business on a routine or frequent basis must complete the attached form and send to the EGSC Office of Human Resources.
Travel Request Form
This form must be completed and approved before travel is granted. The EGSC Business Office will verify employee driving privileges with the EGSC Office of Human Resources. Employees must submit a Travel Expense Statement within 60 days of travel to be reimbursed; failure to do so will result in lost of reimbursement.
Driver Notification Form
Employees are to use this form to notify their supervisor of activities that may affect their eligibility to operate a motor vehicle for state business. Supervisors must notify the EGSC Office of Human Resources of any employee notifications.
Supervisor's Accident Follow-Up Checklist
Supervisors are to complete this checklist and forward it to the Risk Management Services Division (RMS) and the EGSC Office of Human Resources within 2 work days of being advised of an on-the-job accident that occurred while driving on state business.