CONTRACTORS’ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS and EMPLOYEES:
Contractor shall purchase and maintain Commercial General Liability insurance, I.S.O. Form CGOO 01, or an equivalent form acceptable to the county. Such policy shall not be endorsed to exclude contractual liability and products or completed operations. A minimum each occurrence limit of $300,000 is required. Such policy shall name Santa Rosa County, its elected officials and employees as additional insureds.
Contractor shall purchase and maintain Business Auto Coverage, I.S.O., Form CA 00 Ol, written to cover all owned, hired and non-owned vehicles, using I.S.O. symbols 2, 8, and 9, or an equivalent non-I.S.O. form acceptable to the County. Limit required is $300,000 combined single limit, or split limits of 250/500/100.
Contractor shall purchase and maintain statutory worker's compensation coverage.
Any policies written with non-admitted insurance companies shall have a rating of B+ or better. Certificates of insurance with 30 day cancellation clause shall be provided to the County.
Contractor agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Santa Rosa County, its agents, elected officials and employees, from any and all claims arising out of the activities of the contractor in the performance of this agreement.
Contractors shall employee persons who are honest, capable, trustworthily, and drug free. The task of performing the duties as outlined in the scope of work are not to be taken with haste or disregard to Santa Rosa County’s property or its employees’ property. Santa Rosa County is expecting the contractor to perform the duties outlined in this contract with no disturbances and problems on the contractor’s behalf. All problems should be presented to County Building Maintenance Director or Supervisor.
SCOPE OF WORK:
Contract period will be for two years, with possibility of annual renewals.
All custodial/janitorial work to be performed under this proposal shall consist of furnishing
all equipment, tools, labor, supervision, and insurance necessary to perform this contract. The use of county equipment and cleaning supplies is strictly prohibited. Santa Rosa County will provide the paper products, trash liners, hand soap and the metered scent dispensers needed to supply the offices and restrooms. The cleaning equipment and chemicals should be to industry standards. The county reserves the right to require contractor