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The clinic on site will assist with first aid treatment if required. Should the employee require further medical attention, the emergency service provider will escort the person to the nearest hospital.
All surplus material and builder’s rubble must be removed from the premises on completion of the contract or as otherwise specified by the Safety Manager. Parliament reserves the right to remove such material against cost within three days after completion of the contract.
No employees of a Contractor shall be allowed to actively further the interests of any Trade Union on site.
The principle of security fences must be upheld at all times.
Parliament does not accept responsibility for the safekeeping of any material, tools or equipment brought on site.
All portable tools or equipment brought on site must be removed at the end of the day’s work.
PROCEDURE IN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENT / INCIDENT
The Contractor shall act as ‘The Employer’ in terms of Section 16 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
The Contractor shall report any injuries sustained by his employees to the Department of Labour and the Compensation Commissioner. The injuries and responsibilities are as defined in Section 24 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
All accidents / incidents shall be reported to the Safety Manager.
In the event of an accident causing the loss of a life or the possibility of the loss of a life, no person shall disturb the site at which the accident occurred or remove any objects involved in the accident before the arrival of an inspector from the Department of Labour.
Procurement of Catering Services forTaking Parliament to the People: T9/2/2010