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Reporting Accidents and Vehicle or Equipment Damage

All employees shall report, in writing, any accidents or damage to vehicles or other equipment immediately upon occurrence, to their immediate supervisor. All employees shall keep the proper department of the Employer informed as to the condition of their truck or any equipment with which they work, and give Employer any information as to necessary repairs, alterations or maintenance.

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