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Company Safety Belt Policy (Sample)


It is (Company Name) policy that every operator of our equipment and all occupants of any vehicle must wear safety belts while on company business. This applies to all personally-owned, company-owned, leased, and rented vehicles.

Lap and Shoulder Belts

  • Drivers must wear lap and shoulder belts when operating a motor vehicle. (FMCSR, Part 392.16)

Sleeper Berth Restraints

  • For sleeper berths, occupant restraint systems installed by the manufacturer must be used, whether the system is at the entry point of the berth or incorporated as a belt-type restraint within the berth itself.
Last updated: Thursday, March 20, 2014