—(1) The whole of an employee’s time is at the disposal of the Board. Except as provided in paragraph (2), no employee may, without the written approval of the chief executive officer —
engage in any trade or business;
take part, directly or indirectly, in the management or proceedings of any commercial, agricultural or industrial undertakings;
undertake, directly or indirectly, for payment any work for an employer other than the Board;
furnish any report as an expert or give expert evidence, whether for payment or gratuitiously; or
act as executor, administrator or receiver.
(2) An application from an employee for permission to undertake part-time lecturing or teaching outside normal working hours and to retain the fees derived therefrom may be approved by the chief executive officer for a period not exceeding one year at a time provided that —
the period involved does not exceed 6 hours per week; and
the part-time work will not adversely affect the employee’s official duties, and if the employee is a probationer, or is to fulfil any examination requirements under the terms of his appointment, that part-time work will not adversely affect the passing of the examinations.
Note: Notes and other work relating to the part-time lectures shall not be prepared during normal working hours. When there is reason to believe that the employee’s part-time employment is adversely affecting his official duties, the approval given shall be withdrawn forthwith.