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To qualify for an NCDOL annual safety award a company must meet the following requirements: (1) it must have had no fatalities at the job site during the calendar year for which the award is given and (2) it must have maintained either a perfect safety record for that year, or an incidence rate at least 50 percent below the average for its industry group.
The NCDOL has established a maximum two-to-one match for federal and state funds.
(101) The NCDOL recommends that each participating financial institution determine one branch per financial institution that will be responsible for setting up IDAs.
Each year the NCDOL compiles data relating to NCDOL IDA programs across North Carolina.
By 2005, the NCDOL reported that the number of participants in IDA programs had increased more than 300% since 2004, with a total of 1,084 IDA participants.
(154) Some program practitioners have ceased their involvement in IDA programs due to a "lack of funding" or "inadequate staffing." (155) While the 2006 map shows fewer participating practitioners and counties, Tina Morris Anderson, Director of Research and Policy of the NCDOL, indicates that interest in IDA programs in North Carolina is growing and in turn will make IDA programs more available.
(160) Further, she indicates that the NCDOL prefers that the program practitioner have prior experience with home buying, small business development, and career counseling.