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(2) Department of Personnel;

(3) Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning;

(4) Department of Transportation;

(5) Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services; and

(6) Department of Licensing and Regulations.

G. Each department, independent agency, or other designated unit of State
government is required to designate or appoint a coordinator to assist in carrying
out the intent of this Executive Order.

H. There is a Statewide Employee Risk Management Committee, comprised of
designated coordinators of each department, independent agency, or unit of State
government. This Committee shall interact with the Council and the Fund, and
shall serve to further ensure compliance with the intent of this Executive Order.

I. All departments, independent agencies, or other designated units of State
government shall annually conduct a Risk Assessment Survey ("RAS"), which
shall include all facilities and worksites, as well as an identification and
assessment of those jobs considered as having a high degree of risk or potential for
occupational injury.

J. This Executive Order on managing occupational injuries in Maryland State
government shall be interpreted and implemented consistent with the efforts of
established State health and safety programs. Agency and department heads shall
utilize existing management functions and programs to expand and improve their
efficiency in managing risks within their respective units.

K. Each State department, independent agency, or designated unit of State
Government shall develop written guidelines including policy and necessary rules
and regulations covering specific program elements that are considered essential
to standardize accident prevention and loss control programs.

L. This Order and resultant programs, policies, and procedures require the
cooperation and support of all State employees as the State moves towards a
healthy work environment.


Governor's Task Force on Self-Esteem

WHEREAS, Self-esteem is an essential building block in an individual's healthy growth
and development; and

WHEREAS, The State of Maryland needs and encourages responsible and productive
citizens who can contribute to the quality of life in our State; and

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