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The Contractor shall inform the NDPW / WSP of any Sub-Contractors who may work on site.
The Contractor shall ensure that Appendix 1 is properly completed and submitted to NDPW / WSP prior to commencement of work.
The Contractor shall ensure that the Sub-Contractor complies fully with statutory and Parliament requirements.
USING OVERHEAD CRANES AND LIFTING TRUCKS
The following shall apply if the Contractor has to operate overhead cranes on site:-
The Contractor shall ensure that all his employees who have to operate a crane or lift truck to render services as stipulated in the contract, have had formal training as required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
The Contractor shall ensure that the training is valid in terms of the Act.
The Contractor shall present certificates of training to NDPW / WSP before work may commence.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH PROCEDURES
Failure to comply with the contents of this document could result in legal prosecution by the Department of Labour.
Non compliance by the Contractor with any of the requirements as stipulated in this document could result in any or all of the following actions being taken by the Safety Manager:
The Contractor could be requested to leave the premises and the contract for the project tendered for would become null and void. All costs incurred by Parliament for such actions would be borne by the Contractor.
A specific member of staff who breaches this contractual obligation could be requested to leave the premises without delay and would not be permitted to enter the premises in future. Any costs incurred would be borne by the Contractor.
Equipment which would be deemed as unsafe would be confiscated by NDPW / WSP / Parliament and returned upon completion of the specific contract. Any costs incurred would be borne by the Contractor.
Procurement of Catering Services forTaking Parliament to the People: T9/2/2010