The HSE is committed to the correct use and management of access controls throughout the organization. Insufficient access controls or unmanaged access to information could lead to the unauthorized disclosure or theft of this information, fraud and possible litigation. The purpose of this policy is to define the correct use and management access controls within the HSE.
This policy represents the HSE’s national position and takes precedence over all other relevant policies which are developed at a local level. The policy applies to:
- All information Technology (IT). Resources provided by the HSE;
- All HSE information systems and network domains;
- All users (including HSE staff, students, contractors, sub-contractors, agency staff and authorized third party commercial service providers) of the HSE’s IT resources;
- All connections to (locally or remotely) the HSE network Domains (LAN/ WAN/ WiFi);
- All connections made to external networks through the HSE network.
It is the Able Winner’s objective to establish and maintain a work environment free from the effects of alcohol and other drugs.The effects of alcohol and other drugs in the workplacecould undermine the productivity of the Able Winner’s workplace.The adverse effects of alcohol and other drugs create a serious threat to the welfare of fellow employees and to citizens.Able Winner’s,therefore,adopts the following policy and procedures to address alcohol and other drug problems in the public work force.
This policy applies to all positions whether full-time or part-time,or paid on a salaried or an hourly basis.
It is the NEGC’s objective to promote equitable and consistent human policies that specifically prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, sexual orientation, age, political affiliation, veteran status, or disability.
Department of Human Resource Management (DHRM): The department to develop and interpret human resources policies.
Policy Manual : Provides agencies the basis tools and resources needed to administer their agency’s human resource program.
The policy manual contains general statements of policy but not detailed procedural guidelines for each policy. These policies do not constitute a contract of any kind, expressed or implied.
DHRM may add to the policies in the manual, revoke or modify them from time to time. DHRM makes every effort to keep t is manual current but there may be times when policies will change before this material can be revised.
Procedures for implementing particular policies may exceed the scope of this manual.
National Energy Group will continuously strive to improve its processes by using the best available technology and employing competent personal in the basis of appropriate education, training, ability and experience. In the pursuit of its objective, NEGC will observe at all time the highest ethical standards and will have due regard for its clients, employees and the public at our large.
National Energy Group will provide a safe and healthy working environment for all company personnel, clients, and contractors and attempt to minimize risks associated with its activities which may impact on the environment on the environment or the border community.