Insurance Requirements

A. Contractor shall provide at its expense the following minimum insurance coverages:

(I) Worker’s Compensation Insurance in accordance with the requirements of the applicable laws of the state(s) in which the work is to be performed.

(II) Employers Liability Insurance with limits of not less than $1,000,000 to any one person. USL&H if work performed on Lake or shoreline.

(III) Commercial General Liability Insurance, written on an occurrence form:

$1,000,000 Each Occurrence (BI & PD Combined Single Limit)

$2,000,000 General Aggregate

$1,000,000 Personal & Advertising Injury Liability

$1,000,000 Products/ Completed Operations Aggregate

$1,000,000 Contractual Liability to cover all liabilities assumed under this contract

$ 5,000 Medical Payments

(IV) Automobile Liability Insurance for bodily injury and property damage, with combined single limit of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence. Coverage shall insure all owned, non-owned and hired automobiles used in connection with the Contractor’s work. MCS-90 endorsement as required by law shall be included.

(V) Umbrella Liability Insurance in excess of the primary General Liability, Automobile Liability, and Employers’ Liability listed above; $5,000,000 per occurrence and aggregate for large contractors and $500,000 per occurrence and aggregate for small contractors as determined by the Purchasing Director.

(VI) Installation Floater - Contractor is responsible to cover tools, equipment or personal belongings that are owned or leased by the contractor or its employees. Contractor is responsible to cover property, material or equip- ment, until such property, material or equipment become a permanent part of the structure being renovated.

B. All policies providing the coverages required under this contract, with the exception of the Worker’s Compensation/Employer’s Liability and Installation Floater, shall (I) be endorsed to name The Culver Educational Foundation (CEF) as an additional insured (II) underwriters shall agree to waive all rights of recovery by way of subrogation or otherwise, against CEF, except for claims caused by CEF’s sole negligence (III) all policies shall be primary, without right of contribution of any other insurance carried by or on behalf of CEF with respect to its interest.

C. Contractor shall furnish to CEF, prior to beginning work, certificates of insurance confirming amounts and types of coverage required. Certificates shall specifically name The Culver Educational Foundation as additional insured, and specify coverage is primary non-contributory. Certificate must provide for 30 day prior written notice of cancellation to CEF.

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The Culver Educational Foundation Safety Requirements for all CONTRACTORS / VENDORS providing services/working on campus

• Safety Apparel and personal protective equipment must be furnished and used by the agent per job safety requirements.

• Safety Glasses must be worn when operating power equipment.

• All tools and equipment furnished and used by the agent must be in good and safe condition per OSHA requirements.

• Agent and employees thereof must follow safe work practices.

• Aisles must be kept clear of any and all materials at all times.

• Emergency exits, lighting panels and fire extinguishers must not be blocked or obstructed at any time.

• Unsafe conditions created by the agent must be clearly marked for danger.

• Proper Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures must be followed.

• Safety/Job related questions must be brought to the attention of the contact person.

• Contractor(s)/Vendor(s)/Agent(s) are fully responsible for their safety and that of their employees and any unsafe conditions which may have been created by these entities. Contractor is fully responsible for notifying any and all sub-contractors of CEF’s safety rules and will assume responsibility for compliance with these rules by all sub-contractors.

• Emergency conditions/accidents/mishaps must be reported immediately to the designated contact person.

Contractors and their employees/sub-contractors are not permitted to furnish tobacco products, alcoholic beverages or private transportation to Culver Academies students at any time.

They shall not fraternize with CMA/CGA students.

Any sexual harassment or discourteous sexual conduct toward another individual is strictly prohibited. This includes whistling, ogling and suggestive comments.

There will be no use of profanity or abusive language.

The Academies have adopted a no smoking policy and any use of tobacco products is strictly prohibited.

• Vendor selection criteria

Freight allowance
Competitive pricing

Consistent quality

On time
Fill ins without minimum quantities

Long standing vendor
No hassles
Values us as a customer

Past Performance of Bidder
Ability to meet specifications
Ability to meet delivery date
Pricing
Responsiveness to bid terms and conditions

The Culver Educational Foundation reserves the right to reject any or all bids and is not bound to accept the lowest bid if that bid is contrary to the best interests of the Foundation.

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