BBBEE and preferencing scheme Sample Clauses

BBBEE and preferencing scheme. Specify constraints which Contractor must comply with after contract award in regard to any Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) or preferencing scheme measures.
BBBEE and preferencing scheme. Where a change in the Contractor’s legal status, ownership or any other change to his business composition or business dealings results in a change to the Contractor’s B-BBEE status, the Contractor notifies the Employer within seven days of the change. The Contractor is required to submit an updated verification certificate and necessary supporting documentation confirming the change in his B-BBEE status to the Employer within thirty days of the notification or as otherwise instructed by the Employer. Where, as a result, the Contractor’s B-BBEE status has decreased since the starting date the Employer may either re-negotiate this contract or alternatively, terminate the Contractor’s obligation to provide the service. Failure by the Contractor to notify the Employer of a change in its B-BBEE status may constitute a reason for termination will be dealt with according to the NEC3 TSC penalty/termination clauses
BBBEE and preferencing scheme. BBBEE certificates to be submitted with the tenders, will be evaluated according to the PPPFA requirements as per matrix below: B-BBEE Status Level of Contributor Number of points (90/10 System) 1 10 2 9 3 8 4 6 5 4 6 3
BBBEE and preferencing scheme. Where a change in the Contractor’s legal status, ownership or any other change to his business composition or business dealings results in a change to the Contractor’s B-BBEE status, the Contractor notifies the Employer within seven days of the change Facilities to be provided by the Contractor N/A Title to material from excavation and demolition N/A Designs by the Contractor N/A Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) Requirements of the EPWP EPWP report must be completed for all staff working on electrification (households, schools and clinics), sub- transmission, minor reticulation and refurbishment projects. If no permanent or temporary people are employed; a zero figured report must be submitted. Reporting on EPWP The minor reticulation projects will require the contactors to submit this report along with each invoice submitted for payment. EPWP Audits Audits will be performed by DME on an ad hoc basis after the completion of a project. The clerk of works (cow) to verify that the data reported as per annexure A is in line with the safety register signed and this will be done on a spot check basis only. The contractor will be accountable for the information reported on. Requirements for the programme If required the program will be submitted on or as part of “works orderContractors will be requested to quote within 24 hours. The Contractor must visit the site, verify the designs and Eskom BOM and if the project can be executed. Failure to do so will result in project being withdrawn from the Contractor. • The program for the work must be submitted to the Employers Representative for acceptance two weeks before the commencement of the project. Any variance to the contract should be communicated to the Employer Representative before commencing with the task. • The required program submitted for acceptance should include the following data: • The starting datePossession datesThe completion date • For each operation, a method statement which identifies the services and other resources which the Contractor plan to use  The key dates for the Employer to provide “services and other resources  The Contractor must submit a project specific risk assessment with each quote.
BBBEE and preferencing scheme. Where a change in the Contractor’s legal status, ownership or any other change to his business composition or business dealings results in a change to the Contractor’s B-BBEE status, the Contractor notifies the Employer within seven days of the change. The Employer reserve the right to terminate the contract if the Contractor status change to
BBBEE and preferencing scheme. Where a change in the Supplier’s legal status, ownership or any other change to his business composition or business dealings results in a change to the Supplier’s B-BBEE status, the Supplier notifies the Purchaser within seven days of the change. The Supplier is required to submit an updated verification certificate and necessary supporting documentation confirming the change in his B-BBEE status to the Purchaser within thirty days of the notification or as otherwise instructed by the Purchaser. Where, as a result, the Supplier’s B-BBEE status has decreased since the starting date the Purchaser may either re-negotiate this contract or alternatively, terminate the Supplier’s obligation to provide the service. Failure by the Supplier’s to notify the Employer of a change in its B-BBEE status may constitute a reason for termination will be dealt with according to the NEC3 SSC penalty/termination clauses. The contractor will be required to maintain or improve their B-BBEE Recognition Level for the duration of the contract. Supplier Development Localisation and Industrialisation (SDL&I) Local Procurement Content Local Procurement Content Eskom Target Tenderer Proposal 100% Skills Development Tenderers are required to propose against the following training initiatives. Category Eskom Target Tenderer Proposal Bursary ( Hospitality ) 2
BBBEE and preferencing scheme. The Contractor is expected to maintained or improve its’ B-BBEE rating for the duration of the contract. Should the rating be change negatively, the Contractor would be expected to rectify that within 6-months of being made aware of negative change. The Contractor is expected to submit a valid B-BBEE Verification Certificate from a SANAS accredited Verification Agency each year. Failure to submit such a Certificate may be regarded as the breach of the contract by the Employer.
BBBEE and preferencing scheme.  As per clause Z3 within Contract Data. Indicate the percentage (%) that is allocated to: Price 80% BBBEE Status 20% Designated commodity (Yes/No) Yes
BBBEE and preferencing scheme. The Contractor complies with and fulfils the Contractor’s obligations in respect of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (as per clause Z3) and Supplier Development and Localisation Obligations.
BBBEE and preferencing scheme. The contractor shall maintain or improve the BBBEE status at the time of awarding, in an event that the BBBEE status becomes worse than the time of contracting, the supplier shall notify Eskom within seven days of the status having changed for the worse. The contractor shall be obliged to notify Eskom on what steps it is taking to rectify the situation within a specified time period by Eskom.