Personal Records

    1. The employee has a right to inspect his complete personal records (see para 3). He may exercise this right in writing by proxy. The written authorisation shall be added to his personal records.
    2. The employer may reject a proxy on official grounds.
    3. The right to inspect the personal records shall also include the right to produce copies in situ.
  1. The employee shall be heard on charges and factual statements, which are considered derogatory or detrimental, if such infor­mation is to be included in his personal records.
  2. Personal records are: Personal questionnaires, testimonials, medical reports, grading/classifica­tion documents, performance assessments, applications and written statements made by the employee.