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Cell Phone Policy

 

A significant body of data indicates that cell phone usage (including hands-free phones) reduces reaction time and contributes to driving accidents. In light of this information, we are adopting the following policy:

On company business, drivers (of passenger vehicles) must not use cell phones (either hand-held or hands-free) to initiate, converse or accept calls while the vehicle is in motion (i.e. the car must be parked in a safe location.)  

 

BP Naperville Campus prohibits the use of cell phones, hands-free devices, and two-way radios while driving on site, regardless of whether the individual is driving to/from a personal appointment. This rule applies to everyone on site. Infractions of this rule will be enforced in a manner similar to other traffic violations (i.e., notification of line management). We will also continue to inform our contractors and visitors of this policy.



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