1. The Enterprise hereby designates the Contractor as the employment enterprise for the supply of labour carrying out the work of loading and unloading goods in a ship of the Enterprise when it arrives in that port. 20. The company acts in respect of the contractor, its staff in this Agreement, by the inter-two representatives whose name/name is communicated to the holder as authorized representative. 29. This Agreement is also governed by the provisions of the Dock Worker (Safety, Health and Welfare) Act 1986 and the rules applicable thereto. The enterprise, as the main employer, the contractor as a worker and the workers it employs are bound by the provisions of the law and the rules. (3) After receiving information from the company that a ship has arrived and is moored at the wharf, the contractor shall transport the number of workers requested to the port at its own transportation costs. 15.
The contractor and the undertaking shall keep such registers and registers containing information relating to temporary agency work provided for in the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970 or any other Act, in particular as regards the nature of the work performed by the temporary worker and the rates of pay paid to the worker. 8. This amount includes wages and other benefits to be paid to workers which it makes available to the undertaking from time to time and as provided for in the Labour Regulation currently in force, and the undertaking is not obliged to pay the same. However, if, as a result of a decree (including the rules or regulations set out therein), the enterprise is required to pay an amount to the worker as the principal employer, the contractor must reimburse it within fifteen days from the date of the enterprise`s invitation. The request must be made in writing. And the contractor shall establish an indemnity account which shall exempt the enterprise from such an amount and from all losses, expenses and expenses arising therefrom for the enterprise. 28. The agreement is governed by the provisions of a system established by the Dock Workers Act 1948 and the underlying rules. Where a provision of this Agreement is repugnant or incompatible with a provision of such a regime applicable to the employment of dockers and applicable to this Agreement, that provision of the Agreement shall be treated for the Parties in a manner of no null and void. 5. The company proposes to entrust the work of loading and unloading goods from the company`s ship that arrives in the said port, and the contractor has agreed to deliver the labor for this purpose under the conditions recorded below and agreed between the parties.
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