- Establish guidelines for reporting major violations
- Develop a company policy regarding driving accident and violations
- Check MVRs annually
- Develop a company policy for “occasional” drivers (for example, office employees who may drive to the bank or post office during the course of their work.)
- Complete a thorough background check on all potential employees
- Institute radium drug testing of all employees.
- Provide driver training programs
- Develop guidelines for the use of personally owned vehicles on company behalf.
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