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ANSI/ASSE Z15.1 - 2006

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  1. ANSI/ASSE Z15.1 - 2006 Secretariat American Society of Safety Engineers Approved February 15, 2006 Effective April 28, 2006 American National Standards Institute, Inc.

  2. ASSE Representatives • Carmen Daecher, Chairmen • William Hinderks, CSP, CPCU, ARM, Vice Chairman • Timothy Fisher, CSP, ARM, CPEA, Secretary • Jennie Dalesandro, Administrative Technical Support

  3. Abbott Laboratories Advanced Safety & Health, LLC American Automobile Association American Gas Association American Insurance Services Group American Public Transportation Association American Society of Safety Engineers American Trucking Association Bayer Material Science, LLC Baynets Safety Systems Brewington & Company Chubb Group of Insurance Companies Con Agra Foods, Inc. S. Thomas Filippi Consulting Greyhound Lines, Inc. HQMC Heath & Associates Marsh Risk Consulting Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Group Motor Freight Carriers Association National Association of Fleet Administrators National Safety Council National Safety & Transportation Institute Network of Employers for Traffic Safety NIOSH – Division of Safety Research Pilkington North America Risk & Insurance Management Company Safety Management Consultants, Inc. Safety System Technologies ServiceMaster Consumer Services Takai Consulting Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association XL Environmental Organizations Represented

  4. Construction of the Document • Foreword – not a part of the Standard • Standard • Left Column – Standard Requirements • Right Column – Explanation Information • Appendices – not a part of the Standard

  5. Scope, Purpose, Applications, Exceptions and Interpretations • Scope • Purpose and Application • Exceptions • Interpretations

  6. Purpose • Provide organizations with a document for development of policies, procedures, and management processes to control risks associated with the operation of motor vehicles • Assist organizations in defining and developing an effective risk management program for their motor vehicle operations • It is not intended to be a mandate for its use

  7. Application • Licensed motor vehicles designed to be operated primarily on public roads • The operation of organization-owned or leased vehicles, whether the vehicle is being driven for organizational business or for personal use • The operation of rental or driver-owned vehicles for organizational purposes • To persons working on behalf of the organization whose job performance requires the use of a motor vehicle

  8. Definitions • 16 definitions • Shall • Should

  9. Management, Leadership and Administration • Management Leadership and Commitment • Written Program • Program Elements • Safety Policy • Responsibilities and Accountabilities • Driver Recruitment, Selection and Assessment • Organizational Safety Rules • Orientation and Training • Reporting Rates and Major Incidents to Executives • Communications • Vehicle Specifications • Inspections and Maintenance • Regulatory Compliance Management • Management Program Audits

  10. Operational Environment • Occupant Restraints • Impaired Driving • Distracted Driving • Aggressive Driving • Operational Policies • Business Use Policy • Personal Use Policy • Driver Owned/Leased Vehicles Used for Business Purposes • Rental Car Policy • Routing and Scheduling

  11. Driver • Driver Qualifications • Job Description • Application Form • Background Checks • Reference check (at time of hire) • MVR (at time of hire and periodically thereafter) • Driver Management • Driver Training Program • Upon Hire • Continuing Education • Remedial • Record Keeping

  12. Vehicle • Vehicle Acquisition • Modifications • Emergency Equipment • Vehicle Inspection • Periodic Vehicle Checks • Vehicle Maintenance • Scheduled Maintenance • Repairs • Qualified Automotive Service Personnel • Automotive Service Facilities • Vehicle Replacement

  13. Incident Reporting and Analysis • Reporting of Motor Vehicle Incidents and Collisions • Organizational Responsibilities • Driver Responsibilities • Incident Review and Analysis • Analysis of Causal and Contributing Factors • Determination of Preventability • Incident Review Report • Corrective Action for Incidents Preventable by the Driver • Corrective Action for Other Factors • Data Analysis • Motor Vehicle Incident Reports • Reporting Periods

  14. FAQ’s • What about liability if the Standard is not used? • Can Online/web-based driver training be used? • Why not stronger guidance for cell phone use? • What about Regulatory Compliance? • What about the Standard being adopted by a Governmental Agency as a required practice? • Why are details regarding acceptable MVR’s, discipline, etc. provided?