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Session Laws, 1982
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HARRY HUGHES, Governor

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employees. The head of a facility other than the
Baltimore or Annapolis State Office Building
Complex shall follow the procedure set forth in
Subsection C4 above.

4.   Other Circumstances

If circumstances other than those set forth
in Subsections D2 and 3 above, appear to cause an
emergency condition, an agency head shall contact
the Secretary of Personnel or his designee for a
determination of whether, in his or her judgment,
there exists an emergency sufficient to warrant a
declaration of an emergency condition and the
approval of emergency release time to affected
employees of the agency.

5.   Guidelines for Employees Release
Time and Approval

When, as a result of emergency conditions,
any facility is closed after the start of normal
work hours or shifts and the employees assigned
to the facility who have reported for work are
dismissed, there shall be no loss of pay or
charge to leave of any kind. Employees who have
not reported to work and are not on prior
approved paid leave, are to be given the option
of the use of annual, personal, or accrued
compensatory leave or approved leave without pay.

When any facility is closed prior to the
start of normal work hours or shifts, employees,
with the exception of those on prior approved
paid leave, are to be considered on release time
with no loss of pay or charge to leave of any
kind.

Employees who are required to perform
duties after an emergency condition is declared
shall be compensated by compensatory time or
additional pay as declared eligible and specified
under Department of Personnel regulation and/or
policy concerning work hours and overtime. Such
additional compensation shall be equivalent to
the release time of those employees who are
released from the same facility.

Employees reporting late to work because of
extreme weather conditions, dangerous traffic or
highway conditions, or civil disorders, not yet
declared an emergency condition, may be excused

 

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