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Conditions and Procedures to be complied with as part of the Contract with Parliament.
All persons employed by the Contractor working within the premises of Parliament shall comply with the Regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Act No. 85 of 1993 as amended.
The Contractor shall designate, in writing, one of his full time employees in terms of the provisions of General Safety Regulations or Section 8 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act who shall be in charge of work on site.
The above designation shall be made before work commences on site. The appointed person, for inspection purposes, shall hold one copy on site and a duplicate copy shall be handed to NDPW / WSP employee in charge of that particular project.
The Contractor shall instruct his authorised site representative to report to the NDPW / WSP employee who is in charge of the project.
The Contractor shall submit a list of all portable electrical tools and equipment to security before permission is granted to enter or leave the premises. Vehicles will be subjected to a search before entry and when leaving the premises.
Contractors are not permitted to stay on the premises after their shift has been completed.
The Safety, Health and Environmental Manager (hereinafter the Safety Manager) must authorise any work, which could affect or interfere with normal activities of Parliament.
All excavation work must be railed off or barricaded, debris or material, which cannot be removed immediately, must be placed in such manner as to allow adequate and safe passage.
The Safety Manager will authorise areas where rubble and other material may be stored.
The Contractor will stay confined to the area of his work.
Procurement of Catering Services forTaking Parliament to the People: T9/2/2010