- University of California Guidelines on Drivers and Drivers' Public Driving Record (PDF) issued July 24, 1989;
- Department of Motor Vehicles, California Driver License Classes.
II. GENERAL POLICY
The California Vehicle and Public Utility Codes require employers of drivers of certain types of vehicles to obtain reports of the driver’s public driving record from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). There are criminal penalties for employing or continuing to employ as a driver a person who has had a disqualifying action taken against the person’s license or certificate.
As an employer of drivers, UCLA participates in the DMV “Employer Pull Notice Program” (EPN), which is a process for providing the employer with a report showing each driver’s current public driving record and the status of any required certification.
Persons against whom a disqualifying action (suspension or revocation of license or certificate) has been taken by the DMV shall not be employed as drivers. Persons considered by the University to have a poor driving record or presumed to be a “negligent” operator by the DMV based on violation point counts shall not be employed as drivers.
Applicability to UCLA Employees
This procedure applies to all University employees in the following job titles without exception:
||Automotive Technician Supervisor
||Lead Automotive Technician
||Assistant Automotive Technician
||Principal Automotive Equipment Operator
||Senior Automotive Equipment Operator
||Automotive Equipment Operator
||Principal Automotive Equipment Operator Supervisor