Should our customer request that you perform duties that are more extensive, or of a higher skill level, than discussed with you by CLP, please call us. We will ensure that the revised jobsite requirements are compatible with your skill level.
If you need to schedule personal time off, we need adequate notice to arrange your job assignments. We request that personal time off be scheduled between assignments whenever possible. If this is not possible, make sure to schedule time off at least one (1) week in advance.
Occasionally, CLP customers may impose special requirements and/or training demands before we can assign an employee to their jobsite. Examples include, but are not limited to, additional drug testing, driving record review or special safety training. If you choose not to comply with these types of special requirements, CLP cannot dispatch you to that special assignment.
CLP employees are not permitted to operate cars, trucks, backhoes, forklifts or other such motorized equipment on the job, even if you have the past experience or certification to do so. This includes using your own vehicle or the customer’s vehicle to run errands or to pick-up parts or materials. If a customer asks you to operate motor vehicles or equipment, you must politely refuse and immediately notify your CLP office. Exceptions concerning the operation of customer-owned vehicles and equipment may occur per written agreement between CLP and Customer. CLP employees will be notified if an agreement is in place.
CLP employees are not allowed to talk on their cell phones during work hours. Cell phones should be turned off prior to the start of the work shift and, preferably, left in your vehicle. This way, CLP customers cannot complain about cell phones ringing on their jobsites, and the phone will not be a distraction to you or your co-workers. Messages can be checked at breaks. If a special situation requires you to have your cell phone with you on the jobsite, you must notify CLP prior to the assignment so we can inform the customer.
Smoking and the use of smokeless tobacco products is prohibited in CLP offices and is allowed only in designated areas, during breaks and lunch when you’re on assignment at a CLP customer’s jobsite.
The consumption, sale, distribution, manufacture or possession of illegal drugs, controlled substances or alcoholic beverages during work hours, or at any customer’s jobsite or any CLP premises, is explicitly prohibited and may result in immediate termination.
CLP may require drug and alcohol screening, in addition to the preemployment drug screen where allowed by state law and when there is reasonable suspicion of drug or alcohol use during working hours at a customer’s jobsite or any CLP premises. Any employee found to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, may be terminated immediately.
CLP requires post accident drug and alcohol screening (when permissible by law) within 24 hours after any on-the-job injury or incident, whether or not medical treatment is sought. Any employee who refuses to submit to a drug and alcohol test when requested may be subject to immediate termination.
The consequence of any positive drug or alcohol test result, after review by an approved Medical Review Officer, may be immediate termination.
CLP has a policy of zero tolerance for violence. If you engage in any violence in the workplace, or threaten violence in the workplace, your employment may be terminated immediately for cause. No talk of violence or joking about violence will be tolerated.
It is everyone’s responsibility to prevent violence in the workplace. You can help by reporting what you see in the workplace that could indicate that a co-worker is in trouble. You’re in a better position than management to know what is happening with those you work with.
You’re encouraged to report any incident that may involve a violation of any of the Company’s policies that are designed to provide a comfortable workplace environment. Concerns may be presented to your local CLP office and/or CLP’s Human Resources Department at 800-216-4934.
All reports will be investigated and information will be kept as confidential as possible with only those on a need-to-know basis being involved.