The Job Hazard Analysis Program is designed to ensure that workplace safety, health, and personal safety are prime considerations in the development and planning of all tasks to be performed by employees. It is also intended to identify personal protective equipment necessary to protect employees from reasonably anticipated hazards associated with work activities.

This policy provides guidelines that will assist agencies in the development of work/life balance initiatives to support the wellness and health of employees of NC State Government.

Leave without pay may be granted for illness, education purposes, vacation, or for any other reasons deemed justified by the agency head. Special provisions for leave without pay for military, family and medical, and workers’ compensation are covered in respective policies. Parental leave without pay for employees not eligible for FMLA leave is covered at the end of this policy.

The Limitation of Political Activity Policy provides guidelines for employees related to political activity in compliance with Article 5 of G.S. 126.

 List of creditable state service employers.

Each employee must know that the purpose of the lockout/tagout procedure is to provide a system for the lockout and/or tagout of energy-isolating devices and thereby protect employees from potentially hazardous energy. Wherever possible, energy-isolating devices should be locked out. Before employee’s service, repair, or perform maintenance, the machine or equipment must be isolated from all potentially hazardous energy and the isolating energy device(s) for the machine or equipment must be locked out or tagged out.

The Longevity Policy defines eligibility for longevity pay, accruals, prorated payments, movement between agencies, and the effects of longevity while on leave and its effect on base pay. This policy also outlines agency responsibility in determining the quantity of qualifying service.

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