Every employee and contingent worker is encouraged to raise concerns to their manager or supervisor. If an alternative avenue is preferred, the Employee Concerns Program (ECP) is an independent and confidential way to raise concerns without fear of reprisal.
- Concerns can be raised by:
- Contacting management
- Job sponsors
- Vendor agency
- Other alternative avenues include:
- Ethics Line for violations of company policies
- Human Resources for non-safety-related concerns
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission
- The Duke Energy Employee Concerns Program can be contacted by:
Employee Concerns Program Exit ProcessThe Employee Concerns Program (ECP) Exit Process affords the opportunity to all contingent workers to raise concerns before or after their exit from any Duke Energy facility. The is an independent and confidential process to raise nuclear safety and Safety-Conscious Work Environment (SCWE) concerns without fear of reprisal.
- The ECP Exit form can be printed from this site.
- If the exiting individual has a concern, the form can be completed and submitted to the ECP group through one of the following contact methods: