Appendix Agreement Sample

A30 miles earned (including monthly miles operated by individual carriers by vehicle number). Performance incentive standards (measured quarterly) Safety A ratio of less than or equal to 2.0 accidents per 100,000 miles total of Miles Courtesyâfewer than 5 complaints per month Serviceâ Ness of 5 minutes or less of waiting* and luggage assistance The cleanliness and external equipment of the inspected carriers comply with the standard (to be defined by the council before the first day of the contract) maintenance cannot exceed 30,000 miles between calls Road. Road operations are defined as a vehicle that cannot be continued due to a maintenance error requiring repairs to resume operation. *CTR conducts at least 20 punctuality checks per month at random periods of cash bonuses “The five measured standards are estimated at $2,000 per quarter, for a total of $10,000 per quarter. The contractor could receive $40,000 per year if all the targets of each category are met on a quarterly basis. Quarters are defined as three-month periods beginning with the date of termination of the contract. Environmental requirements The Contractor shall at all times maintain in a clean, orderly and safe condition and appearance the development of the airport, the parks and any other board land provided for in the Use Agreement. In addition, the contractor shall provide: ⢠The previously approved quantity of the necessary replacement carriers shall be stored at a pre-approved site at the airport of the Department of the Environment. ⢠There may be no maintenance, washing or maintenance of carriers on the airport site, unless this has been authorized by the Environment Department. Prepare a Best Management Practices (BMPs) plan and submit it to repair spills/discharges of inÂuse and backup vans while you are on the airport site. This best management practice plan must be included in the model manual submitted to the tender and must be submitted to the technical representative of the Board of Directors and must be approved by the Environmental Affairs Division. ⢠Provide a 24-hour contact phone number.

At all times, the Contractor shall carry out its activities in the application of prudent management practices and shall take all appropriate precautions to ensure that the Contractor, its representatives, collaborators, subcontractors, invited persons or other third parties, under the appropriate control of the Contractor, carry out the burial, release, introduction, contamination or pollution of dangerous substances by the Contractor, its representatives, collaborators, subcontractors, invited persons or by other third parties, under the appropriate control of the contractor, on the premises or in another place located on the site of the airport or of n premises or elsewhere, or at the airport, in the environment. including, but not limited to, soils, atmospheres or waters of the State of Texas or the United States within the meaning of applicable law, in violation of environmental requirements. In the event that the operation or activities of the contractor on or the use of premises or airports may significantly affect the operation of the airport, as reasonably foreseen by the environmental staff of the airport board of directors. The port may carry out periodic audits to assess compliance with existing waste reduction rules. ⢠It is necessary to develop appropriate incentives/deterrents to ensure that RCFs comply with the rules (behavioural changes) within a reasonable period of time. RACs will be charged US$600 for each regular waste audit, if it doesn`t meet the city`s recycling requirements. ⢠The port should take into account the advantages and disadvantages (congestion, ability to reduce costs, frequency of pick-ups, need for ten ants, control of the waste stream, simple evaluation of individual performance) several drops boxes compared to a single rolloff box with a large capacity…