Conditions for Working Airside at Brisbane Airport

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Conditions for Working Airside at Brisbane Airport"

Transcription

1 1. Definitions The following additional definitions apply in these conditions: Aerodrome Manual Airport Airside Airside Works Airside Drivers Handbook Airside Security Zones Authority to Drive Airside Authority for Use Airside Aviation Security Identification Card or ASIC BAC the BAC s manual for the operation of the Airside parts of the Airport, as required by the Manual of Standards Part 139 Aerodromes (published by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority); Brisbane Airport, Queensland, being the site leased from the Commonwealth of Australia and operated by BAC; Means: that part of the Airport used for the surface movement of aircraft, as well as adjacent terrain and buildings (and any parts of those areas), access to which is controlled or which may directly or indirectly affect (or has the potential to affect) the operations or safety of aircraft movements; and any part of the site which is designated as airside ; all parts of the work which is carried out by the contractor (including remedial work, construction plant and temporary works) which are: within the Airside; to be executed in such a manner or location that they may directly or indirectly affect or have the potential to affect the operations or safety of aircraft movements; or designated by BAC to be airside works ; the Airside Drivers Handbook published for the Airport as in force from time to time; All of the area of the Airport within the Landside / Airside fence as designated under the BAC TSP, including EIA s and SRA s an authority issued by BAC, pursuant to the Airport (Control of On-Airport Activities) Regulations 1997, to a person allowing that person to take or operate a vehicle Airside; an authority issued by BAC, pursuant to the Airports (Control of On-Airport Activities) Regulations 1997, for a vehicle to be taken, and used, Airside; the security identification card issued by an authorised ASIC issuing body to a person with an operational need for unaccompanied access to an SRA, EIA or Sterile Area; Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Limited (ABN ), the operator of the Airport;

2 DAMP Enhanced Inspection Area or EIA Landside Security Zones Safety Legislation Safety Requirements Security Restricted Area or SRA Sterile Area VIC the drug & alcohol management plan prepared by BAC in accordance with the requirements of Part 99 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 dealing with the testing (for alcohol and other drugs) of employees and contractors working in Airside areas at the Airport; Those areas of the Airside to which access is restricted and entry into which requires the inspection of persons, vehicles and goods; Those areas of the landside designated as a security zone under the BAC TSP, including Sterile Areas. Means all applicable occupational health and safety legislation (including, without limitation, dangerous goods, electrical safety and fire legislation) and associated regulations together with any directions or notices issued by any relevant authority or any Code of Practice or compliance code appropriate or relevant to the work performed pursuant to this Contract. Means any and all direction, instructions, requests or requirements relevant to or associated with, or necessary for compliance by the Contractor or BAC with Safety Legislation and including any such matters of which the Contractor has been informed by BAC orally or in writing those areas of the Airport to which access is restricted and which are declared to be Security Restricted Areas by BAC; the departure areas within the passenger terminals at the Airport which can be accessed only after a person has been screened and cleared in accordance with the requirements under the Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005; the temporary visitor identification pass issued to a person: requiring access to any Landside or Airside Security Zone; and who is escorted/supervised by an ASIC holder at all times. 2. Conditions for work on Airport These conditions do not in any way derogate from or limit a contractor's obligation to be familiar and comply with all relevant legislative requirements affecting the Airside Works. To the extent that these conditions are inconsistent with any applicable legislative requirements, the provisions of the legislative requirements prevail. Contractors must ensure that all of their agents, employees and subcontractors performing the Airside Works are aware of the requirements of, and comply with, these conditions. Children and animals are not permitted on the site of the Airside Works or any Airside areas under any circumstances. 3. Environmental Provisions Without limiting a contractor's obligation to carry out work in accordance with all applicable legislative requirements, contractors must observe and comply with all environmental requirements applicable to the Airside Works. This includes complying with the conditions of any approval required for, and issued in relation to, the Airside Works. While operating on the Airport, contractors will be on Commonwealth land. The principal legislation in relation to environmental management is the Airports Act 1996 and the Airports

3 (Environmental Protection) Regulations Enforcement of these requirements is undertaken by BAC. (e) (f) In addition, contractors are required to observe the requirements of the Airport Environment Strategy, a document approved by the Australian Government under the Airports Act Notwithstanding the above, contractors must also carry out the Airside Works (including operating all plant and equipment) in accordance with any relevant Queensland legislation which applies to those activities, although the requirements of relevant Commonwealth legislation will prevail to the extent of the inconsistency with State legislation. Contractors must perform the Works in a manner which minimises noise, dust, airborne particles, vibration, smoke, odour and other pollutants. Contractors must dispose of all solid, liquid, gaseous and other wastes in a manner acceptable to: the relevant regulatory authorities; and BAC. (g) Contractors must not discharge waste to any waters unless they have: any necessary permit or consent; and BAC's written approval. (h) (j) Any activity or event that occurs during the performance of the Airside Works that contaminates or has the potential to contaminate the site should be reported to BAC immediately. Contractors bear the cost of containing, mitigating or removing any contamination arising out of its performance of the Airside Works. No new roads or tracks must be formed, existing roads or tracks altered, camps erected, trees or shrubs removed, fences, water, sewerage or power lines cut without the prior approval of BAC. Contractors must: not disturb any monitoring stations or other facilities set up in relation to environmental management; and allow BAC and its agents access to the site for environmental monitoring. 4. Precautions in carrying out work Contractors must take all necessary precautions against fire throughout the duration of the Airside Works. Contractors must not, at any time: use explosives in connection with the Airside Works; or store flammable, hazardous or noxious liquids or material at the Airport (or plant & equipment related to those things), without the prior written approval of BAC (which may be given subject to conditions).

4 Contractors must observe legislative requirements, industry standards and all directions by BAC relating to the storage, transport, handling and use of any flammable, hazardous or noxious liquids or materials, explosives, or plant and equipment involved in arc or flame cutting, flame heating and arc or gas welding operations. Contractors must ensure that any area where the Works are to be carried out: is suitably barricaded to fully protect occupants and users of the area (including the public), with necessary illumination provided where and as required, by means satisfactory to BAC; and complies with all applicable legislative requirements. 5. Construction in accordance with Method of Working Plan All Airside Works must be undertaken in accordance with Section 2-8: Aerodrome Works Safety of the Aerodrome Manual as amended from time to time. A copy of these provisions is available from BAC, upon request. Any program of Airside Works prepared by a contractor must be based on the applicable Method of Working Plan. Any deviation from the Method of Working Plan must be submitted to BAC for approval not less than 48 hours before commencement of the portion of the Airside Works it affects. 6. Safety Requirements The Contractor must: comply with, and ensure that any and all subcontractors comply with, all Safety Legislation and Safety Requirements; cooperate, consult and coordinate activities with BAC, and ensure that any and all subcontractors or other persons engaged to perform Airside Works cooperate, consult and coordinate activities with BAC, to enable BAC to meet its obligations under all relevant Safety Legislation; promptly notify BAC of: any incident of a type which BAC has notified the Contractor in writing is to be reported to BAC; and any incident which is required to be reported to any regulatory authority, and cooperate with BAC in relation to such incidents, including providing information and documentation to BAC as requested in relation to the incident; (e) provide, and ensure any subcontractor or other person engaged by the Contractor to perform work under this Agreement provides, BAC with all necessary assistance (including, without limitation, providing access to relevant documentation) to enable BAC to undertaken any audit, checks or observations of the Contractor and any subcontractors or other persons engaged by the Contractor,; implement and comply with all Safety Requirements of BAC. Safety Legislation means all applicable occupational health and safety legislation (including, without limitation, dangerous goods, electrical safety and fire legislation) and associated regulations together with

5 any directions or notices issued by any relevant authority or any Code of Practice or compliance code appropriate or relevant to the work performed pursuant to this Agreement. Safety Requirements means any and all directions, instructions, requests or requirements relevant to or associated with or necessary for compliance by the Contractor or BAC with Safety Legislation and including any such matters of which the Contractor has been informed by BAC orally or in writing. 7. Restricted Hours of Work Hours of work for the Airside Works may be restricted and may be subject to changes and interruptions due to Airport operations. BAC will notify the contractor of the permitted working hours applicable to the Airside Works. Working hours outside these hours is only permitted with the prior approval of BAC. 8. Access to Site Access to the site of the Airside Works will be by routes defined by BAC by notice and as defined in the Method of Working Plan. 9. Vehicle Restrictions Contractors must not take or operate a vehicle in Airside areas unless: the vehicle has a current Authority for Use Airside permit, and the driver of the vehicle holds a current Authority to Drive Airside; or the vehicle is escorted, by a person authorised to provide Airside vehicle escort services in accordance with the Airside Drivers Handbook. 10. Airport Security Requirements This section 9 applies to both Airside Works, as well as work activities carried out in a Sterile Area. Contractors must observe all rules and regulations and must comply with all instructions of BAC s duly authorised officers while on the Airport. Contractors are responsible for the strict control of all of their agents, employees and subcontractors, while they are in security zones and must ensure their compliance with the provisions of any legislative requirements relating to security and safety while on the Airport. Access to Security Restricted Areas of the Airport is only available to: ASIC holders; or persons issued with a VIC, if accompanied by an ASIC holder at all times. VICs may be obtained from BAC. (e) Within a Security Restricted Area, contractors must ensure that an ASIC holder is present on site and that the holders of VICs are under the personal supervision of an ASIC holder at all times. Contractors must ensure that the ASICs of its employees, agents and subcontractors are current, and are properly displayed at all times while those persons are in a Security Restricted Area or Enhanced Inspection Area.

6 Any personnel, engaged by a contractor or their agents and subcontractors who contravene Airport Security requirement or otherwise fail to comply with the provisions of this clause 10, will be dismissed from the site, and BAC may either refuse further access to the Airport by that person, or impose conditions on any future access to the Airport. Contractors must observe all rules and regulations in force in the areas in which the Airside Works is to be carried out. Contractors must also comply with the following BAC documents, copies of which are available on request from BAC: Standard operating Procedures for Working in Sterile Aras during Major Project, including Guarding Requirements; and Standard Operating Procedures for Working in Airside Security Zones during Construction or other Works; and Standard Operating Procedures for Prohibited Items (including Tools of Trade ) in Sterile Areas at Brisbane Airport. 11. Security Fences The integrity of the Airside security fence is of paramount aviation security importance. Accordingly, contractors must comply with any standards and requirements established by BAC for the Airside security fence. This includes the following: (iii) BAC s prior approval is required if additional openings in, or temporary re-alignment of, the Airside security fence is required to facilitate the execution of the Airside Works; the Airside security fence must be reinstated or new gates must be erected. Any new gates must also be kept locked or be manned continuously when open. Unless otherwise agreed by BAC, the Airside security Fence must be restored to its original condition on completion of the Airside works; the cost of all these activities will be the responsibility of the contractor. Contractors are responsible for the maintenance of the Airside security line or fence at all times. Security officers must be provided when necessary by (and at the cost of) the contractor to preserve the integrity of the security line, fence or gate. The security officers must only permit access to personnel who: hold a current ASIC; or hold a VIC and are accompanied by an ASIC holder. Contractors are responsible for ensuring that any security officer required for duties in any secure area of the airport are supplied with direct communications (radios) with BAC, all necessary OH&S provisions and access to shelter and toilet facilities, where appropriate; An exclusion zone of 3 metres landside and 2 metres airside from the security fence must be kept free of any obstacles at all times. 12. Directions by BAC BAC may (in its absolute discretion):

7 refuse any person access to the Airport; order the removal of any person from the Airport; or all persons to clear the Airport or any part of the Airport, for the purposes of the safe and secure operation of the Airport. Any direction issued by BAC must be complied with immediately. 13. Radio Communications Contractors must ensure that no equipment for which the contractor is responsible emits electronic or radio emissions which will interfere with, obstruct or adversely affect the operations of air navigation aids at the Airport or Airport radio communications. The use of approved radio or telecommunications equipment is allowed only as directed by BAC; All communication equipment used must have a licence approved by the Federal Australian Communication & Media Authority. 14. Lighting All lighting must be designed to ensure no light is directed above the horizontal or causes a hazard to aircraft or Airport operations. Without limitation, contractors must comply with the requirements of: regulation 94(1) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988; and section 9.21 of the Manual of Standards - Part 139 Aerodromes published by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, as in force from time to time. 15. Height Restrictions Height restrictions exist on the Airport. If any item of plant or equipment will exceed 3.8 metres in height, contractors will require BAC s written authorisation to bring that plant or equipment on to the Airport or the site of the Airside Works. 16. Drug and Alcohol Management Plan Induction and Test Requirements In accordance with: Part 99 - Drug and Alcohol Management Plans & Testing of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998; and BAC s DAMP, contractor s must meet the following induction and testing requirements: (iii) all personnel who are working Airside areas are required to complete the required BAC DAMP training; (iv) subject to paragraph, personnel who will be carrying out Airside Works on 2 or more occasions in a 90 day period must undergo pre-deployment drug and alcohol screening/testing.

8 personnel who either: carried out; or were available to carry out, Airside works for BAC prior to 23 September 2008 do not need to undergo pre-deployment screening/testing. Personnel seeking to rely upon this exemption will be required to provide to BAC a statutory declaration confirming that to be the case.

Contractor Health & Safety Guidelines

Contractor Health & Safety Guidelines Contractor Health & Safety Guidelines 002 of 008 Contents 1.0 The Knight Frank Australia (KFA) Contractor Health and Safety Guidelines 3 2.0 Introduction 3 3.0 Contractor Health and Safety Management 3

More information

Health and Safety for Contractors on Site

Health and Safety for Contractors on Site Health and Safety for Contractors on Site Severn Trent Services Ltd Arley Drive, Birch Coppice Business Park, Dordon, Tamworth, B78 1SA : 01827 266000 : 01827 266099 www.severntrentservices.com Severn

More information

This document must be read in conjunction with the Permit to Work and Service Interruption Notice policy.

This document must be read in conjunction with the Permit to Work and Service Interruption Notice policy. UNIVERSITY OF HERTFORDSHIRE HIGHER EDUCATION CORPORATION SITE RULES FOR CONTRACTORS The University s Site Rules for Contractors are issued on the authority of the Director of Estates, Hospitality and Contract

More information

1. GENERAL STATEMENT OF COMPANY HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

1. GENERAL STATEMENT OF COMPANY HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 1. GENERAL STATEMENT OF COMPANY HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY Dumfries Timber Co. Ltd. is committed to comply with our legal duties in order to provide a safe and healthy working environment

More information

Corporate Standard. Contractor Management

Corporate Standard. Contractor Management WORK HEALTH & SAFETY CORPORATE STANDARD Accountability Head of People and Culture Corporate Standard Contractor Management 14/6/12 TABLE OF CONTENTS Requirements\Controlled s - Restricted Access\5. Works

More information

Environment Management System. Consistent with AS/NZS ISO14001:2004 June 2009

Environment Management System. Consistent with AS/NZS ISO14001:2004 June 2009 1 Environment Management System Consistent with AS/NZS ISO14001:2004 June 2009 3 Table of Contents 1. Distribution List 4 2. Introduction 5 3. General Requirements (ISO14001: 2004 4.1) 7 4. Environmental

More information

Telstra Corporation Limited ABN 33 051 775 556 Standard Terms and Conditions of Purchase Order

Telstra Corporation Limited ABN 33 051 775 556 Standard Terms and Conditions of Purchase Order Telstra Corporation Limited ABN 33 051 775 556 Standard Terms and Conditions of Purchase Order APPLICATION These Terms and Conditions apply to the Purchase Order unless the Purchase Order refers to a formal

More information

Electricity Supply (Safety and Network Management) Regulation 2008

Electricity Supply (Safety and Network Management) Regulation 2008 New South Wales Electricity Supply (Safety and Network Management) Regulation 2008 under the Electricity Supply Act 1995 His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council,

More information

Work Health and Safety Regulation Explanatory notes for SL 2011 No. xx. made under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011

Work Health and Safety Regulation Explanatory notes for SL 2011 No. xx. made under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011 Explanatory notes for SL 2011 No. xx made under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 General outline Short title Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011. Authorising

More information

WRITTEN AGREEMENT ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

WRITTEN AGREEMENT ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY WRITTEN AGREEMENT ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY In accordance with the provision of Section 37(2) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 AS ENTERED INTO BY AND BETWEEN (hereinafter referred

More information

STANDING ORDER FOR WORKS, SERVICES OR GOODS

STANDING ORDER FOR WORKS, SERVICES OR GOODS CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT 1. Work Orders (a) (Issue of Work Orders) The parties agree at any time throughout the Standing Order Period, SunWater may issue to the Contractor Work Orders requiring the Contractor

More information

Moreton Bay Regional Council Local Law No. 3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2011

Moreton Bay Regional Council Local Law No. 3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2011 Moreton Bay Regional Council Local Law No. 3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2011 Contents Part 1 Preliminary...3 1 Short title... 3 2 Purpose and how it is to be achieved... 3 3 Definitions the

More information

Contractor Environment, Health and Safety Management Plan

Contractor Environment, Health and Safety Management Plan EHSMS10 Contractor and Supplier EHS Management Contractor Environment, Health and Safety Management Plan Purpose Guidelines Record Keeping This template provides an example to Santos Contractors of the

More information

WRITTEN AGREEMENT ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

WRITTEN AGREEMENT ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY WRITTEN AGREEMENT ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY In accordance with the provisions of Section 37(2) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 AS ENTERED INTO AND BETWEEN Eskom Holdings SOC

More information

Terms and Conditions of Offer and Contract (Works & Services) Conditions of Offer

Terms and Conditions of Offer and Contract (Works & Services) Conditions of Offer Conditions of Offer A1 The offer documents comprise the offer form, letter of invitation to offer (if any), these Conditions of Offer and Conditions of Contract (Works & Services), the Working with Queensland

More information

Road Manager s Best Practice Guideline for applying conditions

Road Manager s Best Practice Guideline for applying conditions National Heavy Vehicle Regulator Access Conditions Road Manager s Best Practice Guideline for applying conditions Version 1.0 March 2016 Page 1 of 12 201603-0316 Access Conditions Road Manager s Best Practice

More information

HEALTH & SAFETY AND SITEWORK HANDBOOK FOR CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS EDITION

HEALTH & SAFETY AND SITEWORK HANDBOOK FOR CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS EDITION HEALTH & SAFETY AND SITEWORK HANDBOOK FOR CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS. 2013 EDITION Health & Safety information for contractors and Sub-Contractors working for ECEX at client premises or grounds. INTRODUCTION

More information

WORKING IN CONFINED SPACES GUIDELINES

WORKING IN CONFINED SPACES GUIDELINES WORKING IN CONFINED SPACES GUIDELINES Contents 1 Introduction... 2 2 Scope... 2 3 Definitions... 2 4 Responsibilities... 3 4.1 Permit Authoriser... 3 4.2 Permit Receiver... 3 4.3 Responsible UOW Officer...

More information

Safe Work Method Statement

Safe Work Method Statement Safe Work Method Statement Disclaimer: Use of Master Builders Generic Safe Work Method Statements The Master Builders Association of Victoria expressly disclaim all and any liability to any person in respect

More information

18.0 Flying Training Authorisation on an AOC

18.0 Flying Training Authorisation on an AOC 18.1 Introduction Flying training, is a commercial purpose as defined by CAR 206(1)(a)(vi), and it is required by s27(9) of the Act to be conducted under the authorisation of an AOC. CAR 206(1)(a)(vi)

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRACTORS BE-Europe EHS Instructions for Contractors

ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRACTORS BE-Europe EHS Instructions for Contractors ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRACTORS 12-61-05.801.BE-Europe EHS Instructions Page 2 of 17 ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRACTORS ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND

More information

Corporate Standard. Contractor Management

Corporate Standard. Contractor Management Corporate Standard Contents Purpose... 2 Scope... 2 Definitions... 2 Background... 3 Specific Requirements... 4 Responsibilities... 11 Review Date... 11 References... 11 Date Issued July 2010 Management

More information

Excavation & Trenching Procedure

Excavation & Trenching Procedure Excavation & Trenching 1. Overview The will ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, that the conduct of work relating to excavation and trenching will not be harmful to the health and safety of employees

More information

By-law No. 1: Water Supply Protection

By-law No. 1: Water Supply Protection By-law No. 1: Water Supply Protection This By-law is made by the Melbourne Water Corporation pursuant to its powers as Water Authority under the Water Act 1989 TABLE OF PROVISIONS Regulation Page 1. Making

More information

Pollution Incident Response Plan

Pollution Incident Response Plan Pollution Incident Response Plan Introduction Schmidt Quarries is committed to ensuring all aspects of our quarrying activities comply with the environmental legislative requirements in NSW. This Pollution

More information

Subordinate Local Law No. 1.12 (Operation of Temporary Entertainment Events) 2015

Subordinate Local Law No. 1.12 (Operation of Temporary Entertainment Events) 2015 Redland City Council Subordinate Local Law No. 1.12 (Operation of Temporary Entertainment Events) 2015 Redland City Council Subordinate Local Law No. 1.12 (Operation of Temporary Entertainment Events)

More information

Drug & Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP)

Drug & Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) Drug & Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) Aviation Reference Number (ARN): 557249 Sydney Airport Corporation Limited Locked Bag 5000 Sydney International Airport NSW 2020 Central Terrace Building 10 Arrivals

More information

Local Law No. 16 (Licensing) 2008

Local Law No. 16 (Licensing) 2008 Local Law No. 16 (Licensing) 2008 Consolidated version Reprint No. 2 This and the following 23 pages is a certified copy of the CONSOLIDATED VERSION of made in accordance with the provisions of the Local

More information

Safety Management Plan

Safety Management Plan Safety Management Plan Dieback Mapping and Management Consultants TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN... 3 INTRODUCTION...3 OUR OH&S OBJECTIVES...3 OH&S MANAGEMENT PLAN...4 OUR CONSULTATION PROCESS...4

More information

Quality and Health & Safety Handbook for Contractors 2016 Edition

Quality and Health & Safety Handbook for Contractors 2016 Edition Version 6 Quality and Health & Safety Handbook for Contractors 2016 Edition Quality and Health & Safety information for contractors working for ECEX at client premises or grounds. INTRODUCTION This document

More information

SPECIFIC SAFETY OBLIGATIONS FOR CONTRACTORS ENGAGED WITH THE CITY OF BUNBURY.

SPECIFIC SAFETY OBLIGATIONS FOR CONTRACTORS ENGAGED WITH THE CITY OF BUNBURY. SPECIFIC SAFETY OBLIGATIONS FOR CONTRACTORS ENGAGED WITH THE CITY OF BUNBURY. The City of Bunbury acknowledges that it has a Duty of Care obligation under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 (Section

More information

13.0. Safety Management and Airspace Protection

13.0. Safety Management and Airspace Protection 13.0 Safety Management and Airspace Protection 13.1 Safety management 119 13.2 Security 119 13.3 Airspace protection 119 13.4 Airports (Protection of Airspace) Regulations 1996 120 13.5 Engine-out procedures

More information

CONTRACTOR HEALTH AND SAFETY INDUCTION CHECK LIST

CONTRACTOR HEALTH AND SAFETY INDUCTION CHECK LIST CONTRACTOR HEALTH AND SAFETY INDUCTION CHECK LIST Section Health and Safety Contact People and Organisational Development Last Review August 2014 Next Review December 2017 Approval University Health and

More information

Aerodrome Advisory Circular

Aerodrome Advisory Circular Aerodrome Advisory Circular AC(AD) NO-13 Integration of International Aviation Security (AVSEC) Measures into Designs and Constructions of New Facilities and alterations to Existing Facilities. CIVIL AVIATION

More information

Occupational Health & Safety Policy Injury & Incident Reporting

Occupational Health & Safety Policy Injury & Incident Reporting Occupational Health & Safety Policy Injury & Incident Reporting Policy number 46 Version 1 Approved by board on 6 June 2014 Responsible person President Review date June 2016 Introduction Living Positive

More information

CONTRACTOR INDUCTION HANDBOOK

CONTRACTOR INDUCTION HANDBOOK CONTRACTOR INDUCTION HANDBOOK POLICY The health and safety of all school employees and contractor employees is a vital concern at the school. Contract personnel will be treated in a manner consistent with

More information

HAMAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (RESTRICTED AREAS) REGULATIONS 2015

HAMAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (RESTRICTED AREAS) REGULATIONS 2015 HAMAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (RESTRICTED AREAS) REGULATIONS 2015 Hamad International Airport (Restricted Areas) Regulations Page 1 of 27 HAMAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (RESTRICTED AREAS) REGULATIONS 2015 Table

More information

New College, Oxford Health and Safety Policy Document

New College, Oxford Health and Safety Policy Document New College, Oxford Health and Safety Policy Document New College Health and safety Policy Document 2011 1 Statement of best practice endorsed by Conference of Colleges Meeting in May 1999 Health and safety

More information

Contractors Health and Safety Pre-Qualification Application

Contractors Health and Safety Pre-Qualification Application Contractors Health and Safety Pre-Qualification Application 1. Business Information Company Name: Address: Phone: Mobile: Email Address: Number of Employees: 2. Key Personnel Name of person in charge of

More information

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY: INCIDENT AND INJURY REPORTING ERJ 6.28.1

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY: INCIDENT AND INJURY REPORTING ERJ 6.28.1 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY: INCIDENT AND INJURY REPORTING ERJ 6281 INTRODUCTION The Edmund Rice Justice Aotearoa New Zealand Trust recognises that the health and safety of its employees is a

More information

Licence condition handbook

Licence condition handbook Licence condition handbook January 2016 Office for Nuclear Regulation page 1 of 24 The standard licence conditions attached to nuclear site licences Introduction This booklet has been produced as an aide-memoire

More information

THE QUEEN S COLLEGE OXFORD

THE QUEEN S COLLEGE OXFORD THE QUEEN S COLLEGE OXFORD THIS ACCOMMODATION LICENCE AGREEMENT together with the College s Information Booklet and College Regulations create legally binding obligations between the College and the Student.

More information

CONSTRUCTION FIRE SAFETY PLANNING GUIDELINES

CONSTRUCTION FIRE SAFETY PLANNING GUIDELINES CONSTRUCTION FIRE SAFETY PLANNING GUIDELINES Review the following information pertaining to Construction Fire Safety Planning: B.C. Building Code Sections 8.1 up to and including Subsection 8.2.3 B.C.

More information

Health and Safety at Work (General Risk and Workplace Management) Regulations 2016

Health and Safety at Work (General Risk and Workplace Management) Regulations 2016 2016/13 Workplace Management) Regulations 2016 Jerry Mateparae, Governor-General Order in Council At Wellington this 15th day of February 2016 Present: His Excellency the Governor-General in Council These

More information

PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED PAGES (1&2) BY FAX TO (07) Storer s Responsibility

PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED PAGES (1&2) BY FAX TO (07) Storer s Responsibility Storage Schedule This Storage Agreement represents the entire agreement between Gateway Container Sales & Hire (ABN 50 304 968 435) (Owner). PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED PAGES (1&2) BY FAX TO (07) 3893 0794

More information

WHS CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

WHS CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE 1. Overview The Port Augusta City Council as part of its commitment under its WHS Contractor Management policy, recognises its obligation to: Ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and

More information

Sample Property PSL Precedent

Sample Property PSL Precedent Sample Property PSL Precedent WARNING: This document is a sample Property PSL precedent. It contains clauses for inclusion in a transfer of part (e.g. easements, covenants etc.). This document is not the

More information

Your organisation s environmental responsibility leadership actions for company directors and officers

Your organisation s environmental responsibility leadership actions for company directors and officers Your organisation s environmental responsibility leadership actions for company directors and officers Guidance Publication number 1526 April 2013 Authorised and published by EPA Victoria, 200 Victoria

More information

WHS Contractor Management Procedure

WHS Contractor Management Procedure Wudinna District Council 1. Overview Wudinna District Council as part of its commitment under its Policy recognises its obligation to: Ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety

More information

Our Customer Relationship Agreement CO-LOCATION SERVICE DESCRIPTION

Our Customer Relationship Agreement CO-LOCATION SERVICE DESCRIPTION Our Customer Relationship Agreement CO-LOCATION SERVICE DESCRIPTION Internode Pty Ltd ABN 82 052 008 581 Phone: 13 66 33 1/502 Hay Street, Subiaco WA 6008 15 October 2013 Rules of interpretation and capitalised

More information

CO-LOCATION SPACE SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Schedule 1

CO-LOCATION SPACE SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Schedule 1 CO-LOCATION SPACE SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Schedule 1 1. THIS SCHEDULE - INTERPRETATION 1.1 The terms of this Co-Location Space Schedule of Services ( Schedule 1 ) apply together with, in addition to and form

More information

No. Name of Legislation Applicable Issues and Requirements Demonstration of Compliance 1. Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

No. Name of Legislation Applicable Issues and Requirements Demonstration of Compliance 1. Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 The Police Treatment Centres Health and Safety Legal Compliance Register No. Name of Legislation Applicable Issues and Requirements Demonstration of Compliance 1. Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 2.

More information

AAGSC Traffic Management Plan Template

AAGSC Traffic Management Plan Template AAGSC Traffic Management Plan Template Table of Contents 1.0 Overview Page 2.0 Objectives of the Traffic Management Plan 3.0 Traffic Management Safety Principals 4.0 Document Control 5.0 Pedestrian Management

More information

RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING

RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING AIRPORT STANDARDS DIRECTIVE 702 [ASD 702] RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING AIRPORT STANDARDS DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION MALAYSIA This Airport Standards Directive is published and enforced by the Director

More information

Specification for Easement Survey Works

Specification for Easement Survey Works Ergon Energy Corporation Limited Specification for Easement Survey Works This Material is made available on the basis that it may be necessary for a Registered Surveyor with an appropriate endorsement

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS REGISTER (ISO 14001)

ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS REGISTER (ISO 14001) ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS REGISTER (ISO 14001) 1. Scope The scope of this Environmental Aspects Register covers the following operational areas: Aberdeen Region (A); Cumbernauld Region (C); Warrington Region

More information

REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY REGULATION (CASR)

REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY REGULATION (CASR) REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY REGULATION (CASR) PART 173 INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURE DESIGN LAMPIRAN PERATURAN MENTERI PERHUBUNGAN NOMOR : KM 21 TAHUN 2009 TANGGAL

More information

THE USE OF PUBLIC ROADS FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES POLICY (Mobile Food, Icecream Vendors & Roadside Trading)

THE USE OF PUBLIC ROADS FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES POLICY (Mobile Food, Icecream Vendors & Roadside Trading) THE USE OF PUBLIC ROADS FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES POLICY (Mobile Food, Icecream Vendors & Roadside Trading) ADOPTED BY COUNCIL 9 MARCH 2010 1. POLICY PURPOSE The purpose of this policy is to ensure that no

More information

EXHIBIT A SUBCONTRACTOR SAFETY, HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENTAL MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MPS)

EXHIBIT A SUBCONTRACTOR SAFETY, HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENTAL MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MPS) EXHIBIT A SUBCONTRACTOR SAFETY, HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENTAL MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MPS) Panattoni Construction, Inc. ( Panattoni ) constantly strives to provide a safe and productive work environment.

More information

Pollution Incident Response Management Plan

Pollution Incident Response Management Plan Pollution Incident Response Management Plan POLLUTION INCIDENT RESPONSE MANAGEMENT PLAN 1. Introduction This Pollution Incident Response Management Plan (PIRMP) has been prepared to describe the processes

More information

INDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA STATUTORY INSTRUMENT. No 27 of Environment (Permits and Transitional) Regulation 2002

INDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA STATUTORY INSTRUMENT. No 27 of Environment (Permits and Transitional) Regulation 2002 INDEPENDENT STATE OF STATUTORY INSTRUMENT No 27 of 2002 Environment (Permits and Transitional) Regulation 2002 Being a Regulation relating to Environment Permits, MADE by the Head of State, acting with,

More information

CATERING CONTRACTORS General Code of Safety Practice

CATERING CONTRACTORS General Code of Safety Practice Residential & Business Services Director s Office CATERING CONTRACTORS General Code of Safety Practice CONTENTS 1 Introduction 2 2 Commencement of Work 3 3 Vehicles 3 4 Temperature control 3 5 Food hygiene

More information

Economic and Social Council

Economic and Social Council UNITED NATIONS Economic and Social Council Distr. GENERAL E Informal document No. 14 20 September 2002 ENGLISH ONLY ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE Ad hoc Meeting of the Multidisciplinary

More information

SAMPLE DRIVING-RELATED POLICY DOCUMENT.

SAMPLE DRIVING-RELATED POLICY DOCUMENT. SAMPLE DRIVING-RELATED POLICY DOCUMENT. VEHICLE AND DRIVER POLICY 1.0 POLICY STATEMENT Driving is the greatest risk faced by our employees in the UK and this policy covers the use of all vehicles both

More information

Rev. 1986] Petroleum (Exploration and Production) CAP 308 LAWS OF KENYA THE PETROLEUM (EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION) ACT CHAPTER 308

Rev. 1986] Petroleum (Exploration and Production) CAP 308 LAWS OF KENYA THE PETROLEUM (EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION) ACT CHAPTER 308 LAWS OF KENYA THE PETROLEUM (EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION) ACT CHAPTER 308 Revised Edition 1986 Sections CHAPTER 308 THE PETROLEUM (EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION) ACT ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS 1-Short title and

More information

Occupational health and safety pre-qualification for contractors

Occupational health and safety pre-qualification for contractors Occupational health and safety pre-qualification for contractors 1 Table of contents Notice to contractor 3 Wodonga Council occupational health and safety 3 Occupational health and safety Act (2004) section

More information

Guide Document for Development of WHS Management Plans

Guide Document for Development of WHS Management Plans DISCLAIMER: THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED AS GUIDANCE TO ASSIST CONTRACTORS IN MEETING THEIR OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE WHS LAW AND NTG CONTRACTS. NTG DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE CONTENTS OF CONTRACTORS

More information

WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES

WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES UOW SAFE@WORK WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES HRD-WHS-GUI-213.8 WHS Auditing Guidelines 2016 September Page 1 of 17 Contents 1 Purpose... 1 2 Scope... 1 3 Definitions... 1 4 Responsibilities...

More information

ASBESTOS REMOVAL LICENCE ASBESTOS NOTIFICATIONS

ASBESTOS REMOVAL LICENCE ASBESTOS NOTIFICATIONS GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS ASBESTOS REMOVAL LICENCE ASBESTOS NOTIFICATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION... 2 WHY YOU NEED A LICENCE... 2 WHY YOU NEED TO NOTIFY... 2 LICENCE TYPES... 2 SCOPE... 2 WHO MAY APPLY

More information

City of Belmont Contractor Induction Program

City of Belmont Contractor Induction Program City of Belmont Contractor Induction Program Page 1 of 17 14 March 2011 Source: OSH Date: 13/12/2013 City of Belmont Contractor Induction Program Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS... 1 INTRODUCTION...

More information

Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

Purchase Order Terms and Conditions Wilmar Sugar Pty Ltd (ABN 44 081 051 792) Wilmar BioEthanol (Australia) Pty Ltd (ABN 85 009 660 191) (each referred to as Wilmar in this document) 1. Electronically Transmitted Purchase Order Documents

More information

Health & Safety Policy For Locations Hosting Film Production Companies

Health & Safety Policy For Locations Hosting Film Production Companies Health & Safety Policy For Locations Hosting Film Production Companies Throughout this document, the location will be referred to as The Venue and the film production company as The Contractor. The following

More information

Construction and Civil Work Management

Construction and Civil Work Management STANDARD LME-12:001901 Uen Rev A Contents 1 Introduction... 3 2 Definitions... 3 3 Requirements... 4 3.1 General... 4 3.2 Responsibilities... 4 3.3 OHS Safety Plan... 5 3.4 Start of Construction Phase...

More information

PART 3: RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PART 3: RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES PART 3: RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES When program required OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAMS 3.1 (1) An occupational health and safety program as outlined in section 3.3 must be initiated and maintained

More information

CONTRACTOR S MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

CONTRACTOR S MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE CONTRACTOR S MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE S No Activity Responsibility 1 Pre-job meeting There shall be a pre-job meeting with contractor after award of contract in which following points shall be discussed and

More information

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT AN SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT May 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS S1. GENERAL... 2 S1.1 FORM OF CONTRACT... 2 S1.2 CONTINGENCY SUMS... 2 S1.3 STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS... 2 S1.4 GOODS AND SERVICES TAX... 2 S2.

More information

OH&S CONTRACTOR PROCEDURE

OH&S CONTRACTOR PROCEDURE OH&S CONTRACTOR PROCEURE Parent Policy Title La Trobe University Occupational Health and Safety Policy Associated ocuments Infrastructure and Operations ivision procedures Infrastructure and Operations

More information

REQUIREMENTS RESPECTING THE SECURITY OF OFFSHORE FACILITIES

REQUIREMENTS RESPECTING THE SECURITY OF OFFSHORE FACILITIES REQUIREMENTS RESPECTING THE SECURITY OF OFFSHORE FACILITIES Definitions 1. In these requirements: C-NLOPB means the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board; Chief Safety Officer means

More information

Health, Safety and Wellbeing Policy

Health, Safety and Wellbeing Policy Owned and maintained by: Date checked/created: Human Resources June 2015 Next review date: June 2017 Introduction This document sets out the occupational health, safety and welfare arrangements for all

More information

The Gold Coast Airport Security and Emergency Awareness Guide may only be valid for 6 months. Regular updates are made to this document.

The Gold Coast Airport Security and Emergency Awareness Guide may only be valid for 6 months. Regular updates are made to this document. OCTOBER 2013 GCA SEC 302 AIRPORT SECURITY and EMERGENCY AWARENESS GUIDE Keeping our Airport Safe and Secure Version 1.11 Implementation Approval Toni Limon Manager Security & Emergency Planning AVIATION

More information

Part 92. Carriage of Dangerous Goods. CAA Consolidation. 22 June Published by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand

Part 92. Carriage of Dangerous Goods. CAA Consolidation. 22 June Published by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand Part 92 CAA Consolidation 22 June 2006 Carriage of Dangerous Goods Published by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand DESCRIPTION Part 92 prescribes rules governing the carriage of dangerous goods

More information

CONTRACTOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

CONTRACTOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE CONTRACTOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE Version 1.0 TRIM file number Short description Relevant to Authority Responsible officer Responsible office Date introduced July 20, 2015 Date(s) modified June 11,

More information

Eligibility criteria and standard conditions for tyre recycling (ERA 59) Version 2

Eligibility criteria and standard conditions for tyre recycling (ERA 59) Version 2 for tyre recycling (ERA 59) Version 2 This document provides eligibility criteria and standard conditions for Environmentally Relevant Activity (ERA) 59 - Tyre recycling. Eligibility criteria Eligibility

More information

Chapter 3 ALARM SYSTEMS

Chapter 3 ALARM SYSTEMS Chapter 3 ALARM SYSTEMS Page Sec. 3.1. Definitions.... 3-2 Sec. 3.2. Penalty.... 3-2 Sec. 3.3. Findings.... 3-2 Sec. 3.4. Exceptions.... 3-3 Sec. 3-5. Prohibitions and Restrictions.... 3-4 Sec. 3.6. License....

More information

Aviation Legislation Amendment (International Airline Licences and Carriers Liability Insurance) Bill 2008 No., 2008

Aviation Legislation Amendment (International Airline Licences and Carriers Liability Insurance) Bill 2008 No., 2008 00 The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Presented and read a first time Aviation Legislation Amendment (International Airline Licences and Carriers Liability Insurance)

More information

ELECTRICAL SAFETY REGULATION 2002

ELECTRICAL SAFETY REGULATION 2002 Queensland Electrical Safety Act 2002 ELECTRICAL SAFETY REGULATION 2002 Reprinted as in force on 1 January 2004 (includes commenced amendments up to 2003 Act No. 63) Reprint No. 1F This reprint is prepared

More information

University of Sussex. Control of Hazardous Substances Policy. Contents

University of Sussex. Control of Hazardous Substances Policy. Contents 1 University of Sussex Control of Hazardous Substances Policy Contents 1.0 Introduction: 2.0 Definitions: 3.0 Objectives: 4.0 Application: 5.0 Policy: 6.0 Responsibilities: 6.1 Director of Health, Safety

More information

WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES

WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES WHS UNIT WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES Contents 1 Purpose... 1 2 Scope... 1 3 Definitions... 1 4 Responsibilities... 1 4.1 WHS Unit... 1 4.2 Auditor(s)... 1 4.3 Managers of Faculties

More information

MAJOR EVENT APPlication

MAJOR EVENT APPlication City of Victor Harbor MAJOR EVENT APPlication NAME OF THE EVENT Location of Event: Applicant s Name: Organisation (if applicable) Postal Address: Phone, Fax, E-mail and Mobile: Website Address (if applicable)

More information

Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act 1960. Permanent Residential Mobile Home Sites Licence Conditions

Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act 1960. Permanent Residential Mobile Home Sites Licence Conditions Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act 1960 Permanent Residential Mobile Home Sites Licence Conditions 1 Permanent Residential Mobile Home Site Licence Conditions Caravan Sites and Control of Development

More information

DRUG, ALCOHOL, AND SEARCH POLICY For Contractor s Controlled Substance and Alcohol Program Requirements

DRUG, ALCOHOL, AND SEARCH POLICY For Contractor s Controlled Substance and Alcohol Program Requirements DRUG, ALCOHOL, AND SEARCH POLICY For Contractor s Controlled Substance and Alcohol Program Requirements CONTRACTOR and its subcontractors shall comply with CHEVRON s Drug, Alcohol, and Search Policy as

More information

CORPORATE PROCUREMENT UNIT SITE & SECURITY PROCEDURES BOSTON SPA VERSION 9 SEPT12

CORPORATE PROCUREMENT UNIT SITE & SECURITY PROCEDURES BOSTON SPA VERSION 9 SEPT12 SITE PROCEDURES BSPA VERSION 9 PAGE 1 OF 9 CONTENTS PAGE 1. GENERAL INFORMATION 3 2. ACCESS 3 3. SECURITY 3 4. VEHICLE PARKING 4 5. PERMITS TO WORK 4 6. DELIVERY, UNLOADING AND STORAGE 4 7. HOURS OF WORK

More information

ROYAL HOLLOWAY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

ROYAL HOLLOWAY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON ROYAL HOLLOWAY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT POLICY (Version 2) This Policy defines the College s arrangements for the management of asbestos and the measures to be taken for the protection

More information

Plumbing and Drainage Act 2011 No 59

Plumbing and Drainage Act 2011 No 59 New South Wales Plumbing and Drainage Act 2011 No 59 Contents Part 1 Part 2 Preliminary Page 1 Name of Act 2 2 Commencement 2 3 Definitions 2 4 Plumbing and drainage work meaning 3 5 Responsible person

More information

B37: Managing Occupational Road Risk: Guidance. This document should be read in conjunction with Section B37: Managing Occupational Road Risk: Policy.

B37: Managing Occupational Road Risk: Guidance. This document should be read in conjunction with Section B37: Managing Occupational Road Risk: Policy. B37: Managing Occupational Road Risk: Guidance This document should be read in conjunction with Section B37: Managing Occupational Road Risk: Policy. 1. Introduction 1.1 This document outlines the mechanisms

More information

Health, Safety and Environment Requirements for Contractors. MISC Berhad. Health, Safety and Environment Requirements for Contractors

Health, Safety and Environment Requirements for Contractors. MISC Berhad. Health, Safety and Environment Requirements for Contractors MISC Berhad Health, Safety and Environment Requirements for CONTENTS PART I - GENERAL HSE REQUIREMENTS 1. Compliance with Laws / Regulations / MISC Requirements 2. CONTRACTOR Written Policy / Organization

More information

Contractors and Suppliers Code of Conduct. June 2013

Contractors and Suppliers Code of Conduct. June 2013 Contractors and Suppliers Code of Conduct June 2013 Owner: Facilities, Maintenance and Property Manager Page 1 of 8 Table of Contents 1. Purpose of this Document... 3 1.1. Non Compliance with Code... 3

More information

Company Header POLLUTION INCIDENT RESPONSE MANAGEMENT PLAN. For [site name] [EPL number]

Company Header POLLUTION INCIDENT RESPONSE MANAGEMENT PLAN. For [site name] [EPL number] Company Header POLLUTION INCIDENT RESPONSE MANAGEMENT PLAN For [site name] [EPL number] Pollution Incident Response Management Plan for [insert site name] Contents [need to check correct page numbers]

More information

Guide for applicants for asbestos removal and asbestos assessor licences and notifications

Guide for applicants for asbestos removal and asbestos assessor licences and notifications Guide for applicants for asbestos removal and asbestos assessor licences and notifications of asbestos removal work, asbestos fibres and emergency demolition of structures containing asbestos March 2013

More information

COLOCATION SERVICE SCHEDULE

COLOCATION SERVICE SCHEDULE COLOCATION SERVICE SCHEDULE 1. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION 1.1 Definitions Capitalised terms in this Service Schedule not otherwise defined here have the meaning given in the Standard Terms and Conditions:

More information