1. The company designates the contractor as a contractor for the supply of labour who carries out the loading and unloading operations in a company vessel when it arrives in that port. (7) Compensation for the benefits to be provided by the contractor, provided that the company pays the contractor on the following basis. 3. After receiving information from the company that a vessel has arrived and is anchored at the dock, the contractor must bring the number of workers requested to the port at its own transport costs. 9. The company provides any worker provided by the contractor with an identity or identity card necessary to enter and go to the dock where the vessel is moored before entering the dock. The worker will hand over this plaque/ID card at the time of the accused`s exit from the box. 11. The contractor will make food, snacks and soft drinks available to these workers, and the company will not be responsible. 26.
This contract may be terminated by the company or is deemed terminated by the company in any of the following events; 5. It is not the obligation or responsibility of the contractor to supervise the work of the workers he has provided, but the company will do this work by the workers, and the workers will follow and carry out the instructions it gives him. 14. The company has the right to deduct from any payment made by the company that must be paid by the contractor in accordance with this contract or by law from all funds that the company is entitled to the contractor under this contract. 17. The holder pays wages in the rate prescribed by the 1970 Act, in particular. 28. The agreement is subject to the provisions of a system established u/s 3 of the Dock Workers Act 1948 and the rules applicable to it. If a provision of this agreement is contrary or inconsistent with a provision of such a system that applies to the use of dockworkers and applies to that agreement, that provision of the agreement is deemed to be null and forth to the parties. 21. When workers provided by the contractor for loading and unloading the cargo are required to work more than 8 hours, the contractor is required to pay overtime wages, as required by law.
The company reimburses overtime wages. However, if workers are required to work less than 8 hours, the contractor is not entitled to assert a right against the company because he is required to pay the workers their wages for 8 hours of work. E. When the authorities terminate the license of the contractor concerned. 18. Any worker to be provided by the contractor may not be less than 25 years of age and no more than 55 years of age, and the holder must receive a medical certificate for each worker and present to the company that he is not suffering from a serious illness and that he is physically fit to perform the prescribed work. 27. In the event of disagreement between the company and the contractor over this agreement and the implementation of the company manager`s decision, the contractor is definitively and binding. 13. The contractor is responsible for the payment of wages to any worker he employs for the company, when wages are due, the company may appoint a duly accredited representative who will be present at the time of payment of wages by the contractor and will certify the sums paid in the form of wages in the manner prescribed by law.