Risk management

Toolkit by section

It is the goal that all vehicles in use for state business shall be used legally, courteously and safely. This toolkit provides agencies with an easy to use reference. It will help agencies develop a program with clear direction, uniform expectations and training programs specific to their needs.

VIPP applies to drivers who are authorized to operate vehicles on state business. This usually means state employees, agents, and volunteers. In certain circumstances, authorized drivers may also include temporary service providers, contract drivers (rarely permitted), or chauffeurs.
 
Citizen reports are performance issues directly related to the conduct of official state business particularly driving behaviors.
 
Essential vs. incidental driving.
 
What do you check, how do you check and reviewing driving records.
 
The why, who, what, when and how of the process.
 
Step by step forms and corrective actions ideas.
 
Checklist and signature for what obligations the driver agrees to follow.
 
Human resources involvement and hardship permit considerations.
 

Recommended conditions for transporting minors in state vehicles.