NASA Official Fleet Management Handbook
of Accident Procedures
The following process will be followed for personnel
involved in accidents in Government vehicles:
immediately and provide assistance to the injured.
leave the scene of an accident.
moving seriously injured persons unless essential for their
other motorists of any existing highway hazards and use flares or
reflectors during hours of darkness or where visibility is poor.
civil and NASA authorities.
accident report, SF 91 (and SF 94, witness report, if possible); and
NF 1627, NASA Mishap Report, if individual is unable to complete,
then the next person responsible for equipment operations will
complete the report.
expressing opinions regarding liability.
copy of SF 91, SF 94, and NF 1627 to supervisor, GSA FMC or AMC for
GSA vehicles, the CTO, and other parties as deemed necessary.
with state and local laws pertaining to accident reporting and the
rules of this handbook.
to drive or tow vehicle for repair estimate and subsequent repair.
Government-Owned Vehicles. The expeditious completion of accident
claims and subsequent investigation is a critical part of risk
Vehicles. Users must work closely with GSA to process claims and
properly investigate accidents.
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