CONTRACT LABOUR POLICY
All construction activities must be carried out safety and in compliance with the provincial Occupational Health and Safety Act and its Regulations. Laurier has developed a policy for all employees that are hiring contractors to follow. For further information, please contact Geoff Schwarz email@example.com. To view the Contract Labour Policy Click Here.
CONTRACT LABOUR PROGRAM
Advance planning and quality site preparations are important for a safer, environmentally conscious, well organized construction site. The following document is a program that applies to all contractors, general contractors and subcontractors that provide services to Laurier University. Laurierís Contract Labour Program outlines the specific requirements and documentation needed for contractors prior to beginning work at Laurier. To view the Contract Labour Program Click Here.
CONTRACTORS IN GOOD STANDING
In order to be considered a contractor in good standing, the following documentation must be received by SHERM and be valid:
- Proof of Insurance
- Valid WSIB clearance certificate (only valid for a maximum of 90 days)
- WSIB Safety Record
- Current Health and Safety Policy - (must be reviewed annually)
NOTE: A Contractor in Good standing does not provide approval for work at Laurier University.
In order to be approved for work at Wilfrid Laurier University all applicable documents outlined in the Contract Labour Program must be received by the Laurier Project Administrator and considered acceptable with respect to the specific project. The project administrator will review the documents taking into account the scope of the intended work. The Project Administrator will consult with SHERM as required. All documentation must be valid for the duration of the project or must be resubmitted. Should the scope of the project change, a review of the submitted contract labour documentation should be conducted by the Laurier Project Administrator to ensure it is acceptable.
If you have any questions specific to your project, please direct them to your Laurier Project Administrator.
For general inquiries regarding contractor required documentation please contact Geoff Schwarz firstname.lastname@example.org
CONDITIONS FOR CONTRACTORS WORKING ON LAURIER PROPERTY
This booklet is provided to contractors to inform them of Laurier's safety requirements.
To view the Contractor Safety Guidelines Booklet Click Here.
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