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Requirements and Procedures for the use of Student Team Vehicles Sedra Student Design Centre April 19, 2017 Introduction The Sedra Student Design Centre (SDC) has the responsibility to maintain and regulate student usage of University of Waterloo owned vehicles that are dedicated to use by the Engineering student teams, as follows: 2017 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck 2013 Toyota RAV4 2007 GMC Silverado pickup truck Various trailers, both enclosed and open This responsibility includes screening potential drivers, registering approved drivers and providing registration information to the University’s insurer, maintaining accurate usage schedules, providing access to vehicles, ensuring regular maintenance is performed, investigating and reporting when accidents occur and facilitating repairs for subsequent damages. The following are the requirements for the use of these University owned vehicles and the procedures that will be followed for student access to these team vehicles. Intended Purpose of Vehicles The SDC vehicles are to be used for transportation of team members and equipment to competitions, testing sessions, workshops, tradeshows, sponsor visits, or to purchase team project related items. The vehicles are not for personal use, such as shopping, personal travel, etc. or for “team building” events, such as bowling, camping, etc. Screening Drivers A form will be provided to a potential driver to assess their driver’s license level, experience level, and infractions / accidents, using the following questions: Do you have an Ontario class “G” driver’s license? If not, do you have a Canadian driver’s license that is equivalent to an Ontario “G” license? How long have you had an Ontario class “G” license (or equivalent)? How many km/year do you drive and when was the last time you drove? How many hours of experience do you have on any busy highways? (ie:401) What kind of vehicle(s) have you driven? Have you ever towed a trailer? Yes / No and how often and what type? Have you driven in heavy snow or rain? Yes / No and how often? Do you have any tickets? Yes / No If yes, what kind? Have you ever been charged with any vehicle related offenses? If yes, what? Have you ever been in an accident while driving? Yes / No If yes, were you at fault? Using the information provided in this form as discussed in an interview with one of the SDC staff, the following requirements are enforced in order to be eligible to drive the SDC vehicles: 1.
May 5, 2017 City of Seattle Department of Finance and Administrative Services Attn: Mr. Matthew Eng P.O. Box 94689 Seattle, WA 981244689 DriverRepresentation@seattle.gov Dear Mr. Eng: We, the undersigned drivers and community members of Drive Forward Seattle, submit the following public comments on the proposed rule changes released by your office on April 21, 2017. First, in general, we are increasingly alarmed by the City’s clumsy and unprofessional administration of this flawed ordinance. Not only was the ordinance originally passed with no public dialogue and no input from the very people it would affect most drivers but the City has ignored our voices every step of the way. Hundreds of us have offered comments, suggestions, and testimony during this process, but we have been ignored. The release of this latest set of rules only provides further confirmation the goal of this effort is not to help the drivers. This is not the progressive City we know that claims to be inclusive and to care about people like us. Second, we are extremely concerned by the Department of Finance and Administrative Services’ sudden decision to make changes to supposedly “final” rules several months after beginning implementation of the ordinance. How can the rules change after they were already final? How do we know they won’t change again? Even more disturbing, none of the new changes reflect the extensive feedback you have received from drivers. Where did these proposed changes come from? Whose interests are you protecting with these new changes? It certainly is not drivers. Third, now that you have reopened the rules, we would again implore you to listen to the voices of drivers like us and make the following changes to the rules that we have previously asked for on many occasions: ● Every driver affected by this ordinance should have a vote on union representation. The City has been working on this ordinance for nearly a year and a half, and we have not once heard the City offer any logical explanation based upon any reliable evidence or fact as to why only certain drivers get a vote on an issue that will impact their future. Why are you denying thousands of drivers this fundamental right? ● Every driver that would be bound by a resulting contract should get a final vote on whether to approve or disapprove that agreement. This has been a basic part of labor law for decades. Why won’t you guarantee drivers a final up or down vote on the contract. Why are you giving the right of approval or rejection to the Director? ● Drivers should have real protections from harassment and intimidation from any organization seeking to represent us. The rules currently include protections against harassment by other parties but not from the organization that has the most to gain from securing our signatures. Why won’t you provide us with these protections? Please do not ignore these objections both to the proposed rules and to the City’s flawed rulemaking process like you have done in the past. We cannot understand why the City didn’t offer ANY response to Drive Forward’s February 17, 2017, letter raising a number of major objections to approving the Teamsters’ QDR application. Our letter laid out the Teamsters’ massive conflict of interest in trying to represent independent drivers like us after years of fighting to stop us from earning money as drivers including fighting to keep us out of the airport, suing to kick TNCs out of Seattle entirely, and capping the number of drivers at 150. How could an organization whose interests directly conflict with the interests of the drivers they seek to represent be certified as a QDR? These are serious questions but we received no answers. The City’s defective process has clearly not put the interests of drivers first. In conclusion, we, the drivers and community members of Drive Forward Seattle affected by this ordinance, implore you once again to begin protecting the interests of drivers by listening to our concerns and revising the rules so that o ur privacy is protected and that e very driver gets a vote on representation and any final contract. Respectfully submitted, Ourang Ahdifard David Gilmore Steven Muskovits Belal Ahmed Immanuel Gitamo Yebeta Mwiba Greg Allan Jordan Goyne Mulugeta Negash Teshim Awalom Eric Grant Paul Nelwan Robert Baird Anthony Gray Ramon Nunez David Baker Ali Guireh Kari Olson Joseph Beaumier Jawed Hasham Mohamed Omar Kabir Bello Harry Hearns Gina Opacki Alejandro Bey Chuck Hinson William Parfitt Stephanie Bloom Larry Hirata Ryan Peart Kathryn Bohot Carl Hoffman Marianne Pence Elod Boromisza Jon Holley Bradley Peterson Leslie Braggs Jesse Itula Lao Phan Daniel Bretzke Leonard Jackson, Jr.
1) Contractor to verify location of remote ballasts/ drivers/transformers/power supplies with Architect.
1) It is each drivers individual responsibility to ensure they know, understand, adhere to and acknowledge the rules in the NZSW New Zealand Superstock Series, and respect and follow Admin's decisions and directions throughout the league.
UberX, the peer-to-peer ridesharing service, is an industry in which drivers use their own personal vehicles and are matched with passengers through simple and convenient GPS-enabled smartphone apps that allow for shared rides.
Considerations to penalize will include but not be limited to- • • • • • • location at the time of the incident in relation to the other car placement of the other car racing line taken by drivers involved location at time of incident on track damage sustained avoidability 3.2 - If a driver is deemed to have made deliberate contact with another driver during any session the driver at fault will receive a suspension for period of time as minimum punishment.
0815 Course opens for walking 0900 Novice Drivers Meeting -Mandatory for Novices only.
Drivers are still necessary in level 3 cars, but are able to completely shift "safety-critical functions"
twin Rohacell® bass drivers, a woven Kevlar® FST™ midrange driver and a metal dome high frequency driver.
Saturday the 2nd will start with the Drivers School #2 for the 2016 season.
________________________ or ☐ Do not feel safe measuring road lanes ☐ Drivers do not obey traffic signals ☐ Drivers seem to be speeding ☐ Speed limits are clearly posted along road ☐ Traffic calming devices present along roadway (School Zones, speed bumps, etc.) If yes, please describe:
MEMORY SETTINGS* An available memory system remembers two drivers’ seating preferences, recalling stored positions for the driver’s seat, outside mirrors, and power-adjustable steering column.