Exceptional circumstances - Policy - UNITAF Force Manual (FM)




Exceptional circumstances
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Current Version (107 days ago)

Policy
FM/BP-254.V1.03 - Exceptional circumstances
Policy

It is not possible to contest FM/BP-251 - Late Cancellation Penalties (LCP) or FM/BP-252 - Late Arrival Penalties (LAP) under any circumstance except where an error has been made by the Field Leader in reporting it (for example incorrect lateness). In this case contact the Field Leader initially and escalate if required.

Any person incurring FM/BP-253 - No Show Penalties (NSP) can contact their Chain of Command with their reasoning and request removal of the reprimand, should their chain of command approve then the total penalty is reduced by 120 seconds once the NSP is removed.

The LCP penalty still applies as exceptional circumstances cannot be used to reduce or remove LCP fatigue. Only one NSP reprimand is permitted to be removed due to exceptional circumstances per 6 months per dossier.

Published by Maj James on 06/01/2024 at 01:22

Previous Versions

Policy
FM/BP-254.V1.02 - Exceptional circumstances
Policy

It is not possible to contest FM/BP-251 - Late Cancellation Penalties (LCP) or FM/BP-252 - Late Arrival Penalties (LAP) under any circumstance except where an error has been made by the Field Leader in reporting it (for example incorrect lateness). In this case contact the Field Leader initially and escalate if required.

Any person incurring a FM/BP-253 - No Show Penalties (NSP) can contact their Chain of Command with their reasoning and request removal of the reprimand, should their chain of command approve then the total penalty is reduced by 120 seconds once the NSP is removed.

The LCP penalty still applies as exceptional circumstances cannot be used to reduce or remove LCP fatigue. Only one NSP reprimand is permitted to be removed due to exceptional circumstances per 6 months per dossier.

Published by Maj James on 06/01/2024 at 01:21
Policy
FM/BP-254.V1.01 - Exceptional circumstances
Policy

It is not possible to contest FM/BP-251 - Late Cancellation Penalties (LCP) or FM/BP-252 - Late Arrival Penalties (LAP) penalties under any circumstance except where an error has been made by the Field Leader in reporting it (for example incorrect lateness). In this case contact the Field Leader initially and escalate if required.

Any person incurring a FM/BP-253 - No Show Penalties (NSP) can contact their Chain of Command with their reasoning and request removal of the reprimand, should their chain of command approve then the total penalty is reduced by 120 seconds once the NSP is removed.

The LCP penalty still applies as exceptional circumstances cannot be used to reduce or remove LCP fatigue. Only one NSP reprimand is permitted to be removed due to exceptional circumstances per 6 months per dossier.

Published by Maj James on 06/01/2024 at 01:21
Policy
FM/BP-254.V1.00 - Exceptional circumstances
Policy

It is not possible to contest LCP or LAP penalties under any circumstance except where an error has been made by the Field Leader in reporting it (for example incorrect lateness). In this case contact the Field Leader initially and escalate if required.

Any person incurring a No Show Penalty (NSP) can contact their Chain of Command with their reasoning and request removal of the reprimand, should their chain of command approve then the total penalty is reduced by 120 seconds once the NSP is removed.

The LCP penalty still applies as exceptional circumstances cannot be used to reduce or remove LCP fatigue.Only one NSP reprimand is permitted to be removed due to exceptional circumstances per 6 months per dossier.

Published by Maj James on 06/01/2024 at 01:16

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