- Employees who use handheld cellular phones while on company business should refrain from making or receiving business calls or texting while driving. If an employee needs to make or receive a business phone call or text while driving, the employee should make sure the vehicle is stopped and that he or she is parked in a proper parking area for the call.
- Employees using hands-free telephones must keep business conversations brief while driving and must stop the vehicle and park in a proper parking area if the conversation becomes involved, traffic is heavy, or road conditions are poor.
- Safety should be the first priority while driving for company business. In addition to safe cell phone use, employees should wear safety belts, follow all posted signs and speed limits, not eat while driving, and take sufficient breaks when driving for extended periods of time.
- Employees who are faced with an emergency, such as a traffic accident or car trouble, may find it necessary to make a phone call while driving. Extreme care and discretion should be used in this rare instance.
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