If during the course of the contract, our Safety and Health Manager notes any situations of non-compliance with the contractor's safety and health plan or with our Company’s safety and health requirements, our Safety and Health Manager will bring them to the attention of our Project Compliance Officer and our Contracting Officer verbally (and will immediately follow-up in writing). Failure to correct the violation or continued violations shall be grounds for termination of the contract.
If after notifying the Project Compliance Officer and Contracting Officer in writing of deficiencies in any health, safety, or environmental requirements, and if our Safety and Health Manager finds continued violations of those requirements, or find actions that pose an imminent danger, an immediate order to stop work will be issued. Should this occur, our Safety and Health Manager will bring the matter to the immediate attention of the Project Compliance Officer and Contracting Officer. Such violations may result in the default of the contract.
Our Safety and Health Manager will document all violations brought to the attention of the contractor, Project Compliance Officer and Contracting Officer
The contractor must ensure that their Employee(s) have completed appropriate health and safety training when required by statute/regulation and our Company’s requirements and provide documentation of such training when required by the contract.
The contractor must ensure that their Employee(s) have appropriate medical clearance when required either by governmental regulations or by our Company’s requirements. Copies of medical clearance for contractor personnel are required to be presented as specified by the contract.
The Project Compliance Officer and our Safety and Health Manager shall, in conjunction with our Company’s requirements, determine if additional medical requirements (i.e., Blood serum samples, immunizations) are required for contractor personnel prior to the start of work.