41 CFR 102-5.50 - May determinations be made in advance for employees who respond to unusual circumstances when they arise?

§ 102-5.50 May determinations be made in advance for employees who respond to unusual circumstances when they arise?
Yes, determinations may be made in advance when the Federal agency wants to have employees ready to respond to:
(a) A clear and present danger;
(b) An emergency; or
(c) A compelling operational consideration.
Note to § 102-5.50:
Implementation of these determinations is contingent upon one of the three circumstances occurring. Thus, these may be referred to as “contingency determinations.”

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