Safety. Consultant shall execute and maintain its work and Services so as to avoid injury or damage to any person or property. In carrying out its Services, the Consultant shall at all times be in compliance with all applicable local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations, and shall exercise all necessary precautions for the safety of employees appropriate to the nature of the Services and the conditions under which the Services are to be performed.
Safety. In relation to Safety Obligations:
Safety. Contractor shall execute and maintain its work so as to avoid injury or damage to any person or property. Contractor shall comply with the requirements of the specifications relating to safety measures applicable in particular operations or kinds of work. In carrying out its Work, Contractor shall at all times be in compliance with all applicable local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations, and shall exercise all necessary precautions for the safety of employees appropriate to the nature of the Work and the conditions under which the Work is to be performed. Safety precautions as applicable shall include, but shall not be limited to, adequate life protection and lifesaving equipment; adequate illumination for underground and night operations; instructions in accident prevention for all employees, such as machinery guards, safe walkways, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, gang planks, confined space procedures, trenching and shoring, fall protection and other safety devices, equipment and wearing apparel as are necessary or lawfully required to prevent accidents or injuries; and adequate facilities for the proper inspection and maintenance of all safety measures. Furthermore, Contractor shall prominently display the names and telephone numbers of at least two medical doctors practicing in the vicinity of the Project, as well as the telephone number of the local ambulance service, adjacent to all telephones at the Project site.
Safety. At the time of the Closing, the Vessel will be supplied with valid and up-to-date safety, safety construction, safety equipment, radio, loadline, health, tonnage, trading and other certificates or documents as may for the time being be prescribed by the law of the Republic of the Marshall Islands or of any other pertinent jurisdiction, or that would otherwise be deemed necessary by a shipowner acting in accordance with internationally accepted standards for good ship management and operations.
Safety. Contractor shall, at its own expense, comply with all specific safety requirements promulgated by any government authority, including, without limitation, the requirements of the Occupational Safety Health Act of 1970, the Construction Safety Act of 1969, the California Labor Code, all successions and amendments to the foregoing, and all standards and regulations relating to occupational health and safety which have been or shall be promulgated by the parties or agencies which administer the same. Contractor shall have and exercise full responsibility for compliance hereunder by itself, its agents, employees, materialmen, and subcontractors with respect to its portion of the work on this Project: and shall directly receive, respond to, defend and be responsible for any citation, assessment, fine, or penalty by reason of Contractor’s failure or failure of Contractor’s agents, employees, materialmen, and subcontractors to so comply. Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless Owner from and against any liability, loss, damage, cost, claims, awards, judgments, fines, expenses, including litigation expense, reasonable attorney’s fees, claims or liability for harm to persons or property, expenses incurred pursuant to or attendant to any hearing or meeting and any other applicable cost which may be incurred by Owner resulting from Contractor’s failure to fulfill covenants set forth in this paragraph.In the event Contractor fails to comply with any citation issued by the Secretary of Labor or of any other body responsible for the administration and/or enforcement of any statute, regulation or ordinance relating to occupational health and safety within the period specified in any such citation or order, Owner may, in his discretion, exercise the rights and remedies provided him under the terms of this Agreement, including, but not limited to, the rights and remedies provided.
Safety. 13:1 The Company and the Union recognize that there is a common interest in safety on the job and agree to cooperate in the development and promotion of this common interest. 13:2 Company reserves the right to draft reasonable safety rules for employees and to insist on the observance of such rules. A copy of the rules will be furnished to the Union. 13:3 Company shall hold safety first aid meetings for all employees at least once a month. The meetings shall be held at pre-designated locations during regular work hours, and shall be no less than one-half (1/2) hour in duration. Each crew shall have daily tailboard briefings on-the-job which shall outline the safe and proper methods of performing the day’s work. All trucks must be equipped with a proper first aid kit which must be kept fully stocked. 13:4 Upon request of the Union, Company shall meet with the Union at such times and places as may mutually be agreed upon. At such meetings, the Union may submit suggestions to Company concerning the revision and enforcement of safety rules. 13:5 The Electrical Safety Orders of the state where employed shall apply when employees are working in proximity of energized conductors. 13:6 The Company shall report to the Union any lost-time industrial injury which has been reported to Company. Said notice shall be furnished to the Union at the same time the Company reports the injury to its Workmen’s Compensation Insurance carrier. In the event the Company is self-insured for purposes of Workmen’s Compensation, then such notice shall be given to the Union within five (5) days after the injury has been reported to the Company. 13:7 Employees will be required on their own time to attend first aid and CPR training. Employees will be required to obtain and maintain a current card or certificate of completion of first aid and CPR training. Company will pay for the materials involved in the first aid and CPR training, upon employees’ proof of completion and receipt for materials purchased by the employee. Company and Union will cooperate in assisting employees in this program.
Safety. 6.1. The DTC shall be solely and completely responsible for conditions of the job site, including safety of all persons (including employees) and property during performance of the work. This requirement shall apply continuously and not be limited to normal working hours, Safety provisions shall conform to all applicable federal (including OSHA), state, county, and local laws, ordinances, codes, and regulations. Where any of these are in conflict, the more stringent requirement shall be followed. The DTC’s failure to thoroughly familiarize him/herself with the aforementioned safety provisions shall not relieve him from compliance with the obligations set forth therein.
Safety. Vendor shall, related to the services hereunder, fully observe any and all known federal, state and local safety performance standards and all additional applicable laws, ordinances, rules, regulations and orders of public authorities having jurisdiction over the work area. Without limiting the foregoing, Vendor shall also comply with Contracting Party’s Project Rules, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit A and made a part hereof. Compliance with such standards, laws, ordinances, rules, regulations and orders shall be at the sole cost of Vendor. Violations can and/or will result in immediate corrective and disciplinary actions being taken, including, without limitation, termination of this Contract. If this Contract is terminated pursuant to this paragraph 11, Contracting Party shall not be required to make any further payments to Vendor except for conforming goods and services rendered prior to such termination. A safety representative employed by Contracting Party or an insurer may, from time to time, conduct safety inspections and submit safety findings. Vendor shall, at its expense, implement any reasonable abatement procedures recommended by such safety representative or insurer related to the contracted services.
Safety. Subcontractor acknowledges and represents that he/she has made an on-site inspection of the Premises and the work area so as to be familiar with all conditions, which may affect the safety and health of its employees as well as those of its Subcontractors. Subcontractor and all of its employees shall follow all applicable safety and health laws and requirements pertaining to its work and the conduct thereof, but not limited to, compliance with all applicable laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, and orders issued by a public authority, whether federal, state or local, including OSHA and any safety measures required by Contractor. Contractor reserves the right, but not the obligation, to inspect the safety work performance of Subcontractors to ascertain their compliance with these applicable safety provisions. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Subcontractor, as an independent contractor, is solely responsible for controlling the manner and means by which it performs the Work pursuant to this Agreement. Unless otherwise agreed to by the parties in writing, Subcontractor shall provide all safety equipment, materials, tools and personal protection equipment necessary to perform the work in a safe and workmanlike manner. Subcontractor shall immediately report to Contractor all accidents, occupational injuries, and illness involving its employees or those of its Subcontractors, relating to the Work or which cause any injury to a third party or which cause damage to the property of Contractor or a third party. Subcontractor shall promptly furnish to Contractor copies of any worker’s compensation report of injury or illness forms filed by any of its employees or those of its Subcontractors and when requested, assist Contractor in any investigation it may conduct of any such accident, injury or illness.
Safety. All work shall be performed in conformity with applicable health and safety standards. Employees are encouraged to immediately report any unsafe working conditions to their supervisor. If the matter is not resolved satisfactorily between the supervisor and employee, either may involve the Union Steward and request a decision from a medical center’s Safety Officer, and/or the University’s Department of Environmental Health & Safety or the Department of Labor & Industries. No other employee may do the work believed to present an imminent risk to life and safety until a risk assessment has been done by the Safety Officer and/or the University’s Department of Environmental Health & Safety, or the Department of Labor & Industries, and it is confirmed that there is no imminent hazard. Once a risk assessment is completed and it is confirmed that there is no imminent hazard and conditions meet WISHA standards, the employee will be expected to perform the work.Employees are encouraged to attempt to resolve the matter first with the supervisor, then the Safety Officer and/or the University’s Department of Environmental Health & Safety prior to going outside the University.No employee shall be disciplined or retaliated against for reporting any such condition.