Contractor Guidelines (8/25/12).
These Guidelines cover any contractor, business, firm, company or individual (hereinafter “contractor”) doing work on Drew University property, as well as the contractor’s employees, agents, consultants, and others on campus in connection with the contractor’s work or at the contractor’s express or implied invitation.
The Contractor is responsible for his/her employees, agents, consultants and guests. If prohibited conduct does occur, the contractor will takes all necessary steps to stop and prevent any future occurrence. Any breach of these conditions will result in the removal of the person responsible from the University’s premises and prohibited actions could result in the termination of any contract or agreement with Drew University.
The contractor is responsible for designating a point of contact to be on call and available by phone and/or in‐person on an immediate basis to respond on behalf of the contractor in the event of an emergency or, as necessary, in the normal course of basis.
Accidents – Personal/Property Damage: The safety of any employee, agent, consultants, student, staff member or guest of the University or the contractor is a primary obligation of the contractor. The contractor is responsible for ensuring that any construction, renovation, maintenance or other work is managed in a safe and effective manner.
If an accident occurs that results in personal injury or property damage, the contractor shall immediately contact: For situations where people or property are at immediate risk, first:
Areas, materials, and tools should always be secured when leaving the area at any time during the day or at the end of the day. Contractor is responsible for loss of tools or materials.
Fencing will be used to protect trees in construction areas. No activity, traffic, or storage of materials under the “drip line” of trees will be allowed without approval of Facilities Services. Specific tree protection guidelines are available for those projects which may encroach on trees.
The contractor shall keep the premises and surrounding area free from accumulation of waste materials or rubbish. All Drew and local, state and federal recycling guidelines must be followed.