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It is important that this list is carefully considered and correctly amended because all attendances (other than those finally listed) are to be provided by the sub-contractor. The Joint Fire Code is published by the Fire Protection Association,5 and it provides guidance on fire safety on site as well as the prevention and detection of fire. If the Joint Fire Code does apply, it will be the Joint Fire Code that was current as at the main contract base date (not the sub-contract base date). 2. If the requirements in respect of Large Projects are applicable to the Joint Fire Code, the contractor must also provide the service of an appropriate number of fire marshals.

If there is insufficient room on the entries provided in the sub-contract agreement for every required section, further sheets should be used and annexed to the subcontract agreement as appropriate. When agreeing to a period, the sub-contractor needs to take into consideration the information provided under item 3 of the schedule of information, which relates to site opening and closing times and periods. ) to manage and meet his or her obligations under the main contract. This being the more so because the generalised obligation being relied upon in a similar clause in the DOM/1 form of the sub-contract was considered by Judge Gilliland4 as not requiring: ‘The sub-contractor to plan his sub-contract work so as to fit in with either any scheme of work of the main contractor or to finish any part of the sub-contract works by a particular date so as to enable the main contractor to proceed with other parts of the work'.

3, which says that the on-site construction periods are subject ‘to receipt by the Sub-contractor of notice to commence work'. 4. 3 is 11 weeks. week 10 plus the five-week notice period required). Despite this, it must be noted that, although there is nothing to prevent a sub-contractor from commencing prior to the stated notice period, and despite the fact that this may frequently occur, the sub-contractor is not contractually obliged to commence prior to the stated notice period. The contractor must ensure he or she provides this notice at a time to suit the required start date on site for the whole or a section of the sub-contract works.

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