Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Any University employee who operates a commercial motor vehicle, or who is required by state law to have a commercial drivers license (CDL) to perform his/her job duties, shall adhere to the provisions of this policy.
Any person who operates a commercial motor vehicle, or who is required by state law to have a commercial drivers license to perform his/her job duties, is covered by the Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration drug and alcohol testing requirements and by INLOCC policy. This includes, but is not limited to:
Any University department that has an employee meeting the above definition (Reason for Policy) must contact Mel Lane, 812-855-6341 to discuss the enrollment procedure into this program. The department must be knowledgeable of CDL requirements including when testing is required.
Our program consists of:
COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE: See IC 9-24-1-6.
COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE: Indiana code has definitions for "commercial motor vehicle" (IC 9-13-2-31) and "commercial vehicle" (IC 9-13-2-31.5) and either or both may be considered applicable to this policy.
Any driver who is required to but does not fully participate in this program is subject to the University's progressive disciplinary procedures and is barred from driving any vehicle that requires a CDL license until they are in compliance with this policy.
If any University department fails to meet the provisions of this policy the issue will be taken to their chain of command for action.