Risk Management & Internal Control

Driving on State Business

 

  Employees must do the following:

Be advised that  insurance on your private vehicle will be primary and the University's will be excess. There is no physical damage (comprehensive and collision) coverage.

*Defensive Driver Training is required for all employees driving state vehicles and/or driving privately owned vehicles on state business. University vehicles should only be used to conduct university or state business. Only university employees can drive university vehicles.

Complete Defensive Driver Training here: SkillPort

For technical issues SkillPort please log a Service Desk Ticket.

For complete driving guidelines refer to: Use of University and Private Vehicle Guide



In Case of a Vehicle Accident

  • Call 911 if immediate medical attention is needed for anyone involved in the accident.
  • If any police authority or highway patrol is present, obtain a police report number if a report is completed.
  • Report any accident immediately to Risk Management (510) 885-2743. Complete and submit the Standard Form 270 (Vehicle Accident Report) to your supervisor and Risk Management.
  • Immediately report any bodily injury or significant property damage to the State Office of Risk and Insurance Management (ORIM) at (916) 322-0459 or by fax at (916) 322-6006. Weekend voice mail messages can be left at (916) 322- 8967.
  • Submit Supervisor's State Driver Accident Review Form STD 274



Helpful Links

Policies/Procedures

Forms

CSUEB Motor Vehicle Use Procedures

Authorization to Use Privately Owned Vehicles (Std 261)

Defensive Driving Requirements

Vehicle Accident Report (Std 269)

Vehicle Accident Procedures

Accident Information Card (Std 270)

Explanation of Vehicle Report Forms

Use of Privately Owned Vehicles on University Business

Vehicle Liability Insurance Coverage

 Vehicle Repairs

 Use of Commercial Car Rental Contracts

 Comprehensive and Collision Insurance

 Medical Information

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