If you’re unable to work because of a disability, surgery, hospitalization, illness (cold, flu, etc.) or injury that’s not related to your job, you may receive sick pay from the Short-Term Disability (STD) Plan.

Maternity leave is also paid through this plan, including absences during or following a pregnancy. Click here if your absence is an occupational injury or illness.

Notify your supervisor on day 1

You must notify your supervisor of an absence as soon as possible, but no later than 24 hours after the first absence. Enter your absence in SAP as “STD Employee Sick – 0220.”

Notify HR Connections on day 3

Call HR Connections at 877-812-7547 and you will receive information about the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). This unpaid leave provides job protection if you are unable to work in order to care for yourself or a family member with a serious health condition.

Submit medical documentation on day 7

Submit an Employee Health Report to verify your absence to ConocoPhillips Health Services via email to healthservices@conocophillips.com or fax to 918 662-6873 no later than the seventh consecutive calendar day of absence (consecutive calendar days includes scheduled time-off, weekends and holidays). See the STD Leave Process for more information.

30 days

Employee health report due every 30 days

Submit your next employee health report by day 30 and then every 30 days after that. If you’re out of work for more than six months because of an illness or injury, Long-Term Disability can protect your income and your family.