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This policy outlines specific procedures and requirements that govern individuals who will serve in these capacities including: to whom this policy is applicable, guidelines on what these individuals may or may not do in the course of their assignment, a process by which these unpaid assignments must be requested and approved through the Office of Human Resources, and a requirement for background checks for unpaid assignments
This Policy applies to Procedures for Addressing Misconduct Involving a Carolina Community Academy Student as a Reporting or Responding Party.
This Standard document outlines minimum requirements necessary for a Covered Program to conduct an activity that includes Minors regardless of location, in-person or virtual. These minimum requirements include mandatory background checks, Covered Program staff training requirements, and personal conduct expectations.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill strives to create a welcoming and safe environment for all individuals visiting University property or participating in University programs.
This Policy on the Protection of Minors (“Policy”) reinforces this expectation by establishing standards, requirements, and procedures that specifically focus on protecting the safety of individuals who are under the age of 18 from Child Abuse, Neglect or Violent Offense by a parent, guardian, caretaker, peer, non-custodial adult or Covered Program Staff member.
The purpose of these guidelines is to outline and simplify the process of planning and executing film productions, other than those being done by news organizations for news purposes.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill welcomes news media representatives to campus. We encourage journalists who plan to visit to notify Media Relations so we can help connect you with sources, arrange logistics, and secure appropriate access to authorized locations.
The concern of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (“University”) for laboratory safety extends not only to employees but also to any persons visiting University laboratories, especially high school students and minors under the age of 18, who may potentially be exposed to hazardous materials. Laboratories are common sources of thermal dangers, compressed gases, electrical hazards, chemical, biological, and radioactive materials, lasers, and sharp objects.