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Alert Level 4: Lockdown from midnight 19th December

All of Wales is at alert level 4, the national message is to stay at home and only venture out if it is essential, for example to access health care, for shopping, to exercise outdoors, to support someone who is vulnerable, or for work purposes.

You must now work from home. If your role doesn’t allow you to work from home, or it is deemed essential that you attend your place of work, the social distancing regulations remain unchanged – it is vitally important that you follow these regulations.

For the latest information on Coronavirus, please visit our Coronavirus guidance page.

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Recycling in the office (Working for us)

Recruitment (Working bilingually)

Religion and Belief (Equality & Diversity)

The Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 came into force on the 2nd December 2003. The Regulations prevent discrimination in employment on the grounds of religion or belief. The Equality Act 2010 replaces these regulations. The Council’s obligations as an employer remain largely...

Retirement (Leaving the council)

Redundancy (Leaving the council)

Recruitment (HR)

ResourceLink / MyView (HR)

We operate an integrated HR/Payroll system – ResourceLink which records all your details from the time you are appointed.  Your personal details, career history, pay, training, performance and other related information will be securely retained and updates on this system.  Keeping your personal det...

Restructuring (HR)

Reducing Alcohol Consumption (Lifestyle advice)

How much alcohol is it safe to drink?  The Chief Medical Officer’s guidelines recommends that adults, both men and women, drink no more than 14 units of alcohol per week. This is equivalent to approximately 6 pints of medium strength (4%) beer, 6 glasses of wine (13%, 175ml) or 14 measures of a spi...

Request a referral (Occupational Health)

Refusing a Health Surveillance (Health Surveillance)

Health Surveillance is about putting in place systematic, regular and appropriate procedures to detect early signs of work-related ill health for employees exposed to certain health risks; and acting on the results. The objectives of health surveillance are to: Protect your health by detecting a...

Remote Health Surveillance (Health Surveillance)

To ensure the safety of all our staff and in line with current HSE legislation, Occupational Health will not be undertaking your annual reviews in the usual way.  Instead, we require you to complete Health Surveillance Questionnaires. These are the questionnaires that you will have been through wit...

Risk Assessments (Health & Safety)

Risk assessments ensure all hazards in the workplace are identified and all risks are controlled. This ensures that your health and safety is protected in the workplace and accidents/incidents are kept to a minimum. This is a legal duty under the HSWA 1974 and the more specific requirements of the M...

Records Management (Information Governance)

Raising a debtors invoice (Finance & Payments)

If you need to raise an invoice (sundry debtor invoices) to be sent to be sent to a customer for services provided by or charges payable to Carmarthenshire County Council please complete our online form. This form is for external use only. If you are billing internally, please contact your accountan...

Rural Development Office (Carmarthen)

Rules and legal obligations (Procurement guidance)

Our Contract Procedure Rules have been written to set clear rules for the procurement of goods, services and works, so that we can obtain best value for money, whilst ensuring a system of openness, transparency and non-discrimination where the accountability of the procurement process is beyond repr...