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 purpose of this program is to establish guidelines for employees who may encounter workplace hazards that require personal protective equipment (PPE) as prescribed in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) PPE Standard - 29 CFR 1910.132 and employer requirements under General Statute 95-148 and A

This program outlines safety procedures for employees who operate powered industrial trucks (PITs) as part of their job duties. These requirements have also been established under OSHA Powered Industrial Trucks, 29 CFR 1910.178.

This program can be utilized to assist agencies and universities with establishing a Safety and Health Committee for their agency or university. Safety and Health Committees are responsible for identifying and analyzing new or existing hazards, conditions, and/or operations in order to promote safety awareness and good safety practices across an agency or university. These committees work to establish annual goals and objectives in an effort to reduce workplace accidents and maintain a safe and healthy environment.

The Salary Plan for Local Classifications is an instructional package for local jurisdictions' use in preparing the salary plan for local government employees who are subject to the provisions of North Carolina General Statute 126, the State Human Resources Act.

This page provides resources and job aids for Workers' Compensation Administrators as they manage their agency's Workers' Compensation program.

Here you will find explanations of the roles, policies, and procedures as well as various forms and information to be utilized by agencies/universities to ensure the proper handling and management of workers’ compensation claims.

This handbook for employees, provides general information regarding workers’ compensation law as specified in NC General Statutes Chapter 97, the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act. The handbook instructs employees on how to report and file a claim and provides an explanation of available benefits when they have suffered an injury on the job or contracted an occupational disease. This document also includes a general explanation of workers’ compensation related rights and duties of the employee and employer.

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