Driver Qualification Program
The State of Georgia Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) set forth requirements for all State Agencies to follow regarding Driver Qualification Programs. These requirements were outlined by DOAS as part of the Comprehensive Loss Control Program (CLCP). The Georgia Legislature has empowered DOAS to set penalties for non-compliance including 10% surcharges on all insurance premiums, high co-payments on every claim and denial of coverage. The Kennesaw State University (KSU) Driver Qualification Program applies to all employees as defined below.
The KSU Driver Qualification Program includes two levels:
- Level 1 Mandatory Annual Vehicle Operator Training and Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Check
- Level 2 Defensive Driver Training
- Employee—All full-time and part-time faculty and staff, student assistants, occasional, seasonal and temporary employees, volunteers, non-paid affiliates and any others acting on behalf of KSU.
- Vehicle—Any vehicle used for KSU business. KSU owned and controlled vehicles, rental vehicles from fleet or an outside agency using the State rental program, golf carts, gators and personal vehicles used while on KSU business.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
FAQs for the KSU Driver Qualification Program are provided on this site to help answer the most commonly asked questions and concerns.