Yes, the college’s workers compensation insurance will cover the medical bills for the employee.
No. The insurance of the owner of a personal vehicle is the primary insurance when personally-owned vehicles are used for College business.
Renting a car on behalf of the College
No, the college’s insurance policy covers the use of rental cars.
Insurance cards can be obtained by contacting the Facilities Services Office Coordinator at 610-409-3246 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Director of Environmental Health and Safety & Risk Manager at 610-409-3221 or email@example.com.
For employees driving a college leased van or van rented through Facilities Services, insurance cards are located in the glove box of the leased van and in the envelope with the rental agreement for the rented van.
No, the college leased or rental vehicles are not registered with your EZ pass. Pennsylvania and Maryland have toll by plate. New Jersey, New York and Delaware still accept cash at most locations. Check the state(s) that you plan to travel for specific information.
Students and Volunteers
No, the college requires proof of medical coverage for each student prior to the start of the academic year. All costs associated with the injury fall to the student’s medical insurance.
No, only current faculty, staff, and students are permitted to ride in college vans.
Yes. Volunteers must have been vetted through Human Resources prior to driving on behalf of the college.
No. The parent’s homeowner’s policy or the student’s renter’s policy would cover the costs. For more information, view the Student Handbook.