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Terms and Conditions

Health and Safety Policy

  • The Board of Director of S.E.A.L security Limited fully accepting their responsibilities to their employees to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, their health, safety and welfare and to:-
  • Provide and maintain plant and systems of work, which are, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risks to health.
  • Make arrangements for ensuring, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and absence of risk to health in connection with the use of, handling, storage and transport of articles and substances.
  • Provide information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety at work of our employees.
  • Maintain in a condition that is safe and without risk to health, so far as is reasonably practicable, any place of work under our control.
  • Provide means of access to and egress from any place of work under our control, which is, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risk to health.
  • Provide and maintain for our employees a working environment that is, so far, as is practicable, safe, without risk to health, and adequate as regards facilities and arrangement for their welfare at work.
  • Any employee who feels they have a specific issue relating to Health & Safety is at liberty to raise the point or points with the Managing Director, by telephone or in writing.
  • The company does operate within the current regulations relevant to the Working Time Directive. The Board of Director accepts that Health & Safety are management responsibilities, but they depend on the cooperation of all employees to make the policy successful. It is the duty of all employees to comply with the safety policy at all times to act responsibly and do everything they can to prevent injury to themselves and other workers.
  • The policy will be monitored to make sure that it is effective and it will be reviewed every twelve months and revised if necessary.
  • S.E.A.L security is following the New Zealand health and safety standards to implement their policy in the system.

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Contract Terms and Conditions:-

 

"The Company” is S.E.A.L Security Limited. "The Client” is the Client and any subsidiary company of The Client to whom The Company provides security services under the terms of this agreement.

 

1. Service

i) The Company will supply staff to provide the service in accordance with the schedule and instructions issued by the Client.
 
ii) In the event of no specific instructions being available for a site, the "minimum standards” of operations will apply. 
 

iii) S.E.A.L Security will supply all security officers with the minimum PPE requirements i.e. Safety Boots, High Visibility Jacket, Safety Hat, Gloves, Safety Glasses, Ear Protection (all PPE will be to rail standards), if there is a requirement for a higher standard of PPE Security can provide at a subsidised cost.   

 

iv) Were there is an unscheduled extension to the hours of service, The Client is charged for any hour or part thereof exceeding the first fifteen-(15) minutes.

 
2. Security Event Log
 
The Security Event Log will be available to the manager of the premises/site. These must be signed on a daily basis by The Client to ensure that all is in order. The Security Officer (s) on duty will then countersign the log.
 
3. Requirements on Site
 
The Client is required to provide a base for the Security Officer which is equipped with the basic amenities namely shelter from the elements, lighting, heating and bathroom facilities. Where necessary, these are to be supplied by The Company at an additional cost.
 
4. Health and Safety
 

Security Officers will observe and comply with any Health and Safety documents, which are in force at any site or premises where they are deployed. Please refer to the Health and Safety document.

 

5. Communication Equipment

 
Security Officer(s) will have a mobile phone on site, to be used for making "check calls” to the Control Centre and in cases of emergency only. The Company can supply additional communication equipment at an additional cost i.e. Radio’s 
 

6. Patrol Monitoring Systems

 
Where required, The Company can provide patrol monitoring equipment (Active-Guard real time patrol monitoring system) for the Client at specially subsidised rates.
 

7. Payment

 

Unless a separate arrangement is agreed in writing, invoices are prepared four (4) weeks in arrears. Payment should then be made within twenty (20) days of the invoice date. 

 
The Company reserves the right to charge interest at the prevailing base rate on all overdue amounts including any further amounts that become payable under the agreement. The interest will be calculated on a daily basis from the date the amount falls due until the full amount is received. The Company may also charge for any expenses actually incurred in obtaining payment of any sum overdue.
 

8.The Company’s Liability

 

i) The Company will at the written request and at The Clients expense increase the limit of insurance to such sums, as The Client shall specify.

 ii) Whilst our Security Officers are trained to the highest standards in detection and prevention of incidents, under no circumstances do The Company guarantee to prevent loss or damage to The Client’s property and premises. The Client accepts that Security Officers are provided as a deterrent to reduce the likelihood of incidents occurring. The Company cannot be held responsible for the actions or omissions of third parties. In such cases, The Company has its own internal procedures for dealing with site disputes. This does not interfere with The Client’s right to seek legal advice. Save for instances where it can be demonstrated the Security Officer has failed to meet the minimum standards, The Company can accept no liability for loss or damage to The Client’s premises and for the property of third parties left at The Client’s site.

 

9. The Client’s Liability

 
The Client undertakes to ensure to the best of its endeavours that The Company’s access to the premises shall not be impeded and in such circumstances such access is impeded, The Client shall release The Company from their duties under this agreement.
 

10. Termination

 
This agreement shall be terminable by either party giving to the other one calendar months notice in writing. Otherwise either party shall only be entitled to terminate this agreement forthwith in the event that;
 
i) There is a breach of the provisions of this agreement not being capable of remedy or if such a breach is not remedied within seven (7) days of written notice requesting the breach to be remedied, or
 

ii) If the other shall be declared bankruptcy, if a receiver shall be appointed or if a liquidation or winding-up procedure has been commenced.

 

11. Quotations

 
All prices and rates quoted by The Company remain valid for a period of 30 days unless otherwise stated in writing.