Contractor Responsibilities. 19.1. Contractor shall perform national criminal history checks for Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky, and 10-panel drug screening tests on all prospective employees performing work under this RFP or coming onto a CMHA property and any resulting contract and provide summaries of the results to the Authority if requested. For the purposes of this section, the term “employees” includes contractor. Prospective employees whose criminal background check discloses a misdemeanor or felony involving crimes of moral turpitude, sexual offenses or harm to persons or property shall not be employed to perform work under this RFP or any resulting contract. Contractor is required to perform drug screening of all employees and to ensure acceptable test results. Criminal history and drug screening checks will be completed at the sole expense of the contractor. Any employee of the Contractor suspected of being under the influence of drugs and or alcohol will be reported to the appropriate personnel at CMHA and/or other local law enforcement. If the employee is determined to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol in any form or manner, or believed by proper authority to be dealing in illicit sale of alcohol or drugs they will be removed and shall not be allowed to return to any job site on the Authority’s property. The Contractor’s contract may be suspended and/or terminated should such a situation occur or if the Contractor fails to submit results pursuant to this section.
Contractor Responsibilities a) Contractor shall comply with all Federal and State eligibility and enrollment laws and regulations, including, but not limited to, the Affordable Care Act § 1411 et seq. (42 U.S.C. § 18081 et seq.), 45 C.F.R. § 155.400 et seq., Government Code §§ 100503 and 100503.4, and 10 CCR § 6400 et seq.
Contractor Responsibilities. 1. The Contractor shall provide medical/psychological consultant services (“Services”) to the Connecticut Department of Rehabilitative Services (“Department”), at the direction and under the supervision of the lead staff from the Department’s Disability Determination Services (“DDS”) division. Services shall include but not be limited to:
Contractor Responsibilities. In addition to all other obligations contained herein, Contractor agrees:
Contractor Responsibilities. Contractor shall be responsible for damage to TFC’s equipment, and/or the workplace and its contents, by its works, its negligence in work, its personnel, or its equipment by Contractor’s staff or subcontractors. Contractor shall be responsible and liable for the safety, injury, and health of its working personnel while its employees are performing work for TFC.
Contractor Responsibilities. 1. Notify the special inspector. The contractor is responsible for notifying the special inspector or agency regarding individual inspections for items listed on the attached schedule and as noted on the building department approved plans. Adequate notice shall be provided so the special inspector has time to become familiar with the project.