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Ensuring requirements are met

Adherence to the following Standards and Policies are general requirements of consultants and contractors engaged on Interior Health construction projects:

  
  
  
CAD StandardsJune 2011
Hand Hygiene - MoH CommuniqueFebruary 2013
Hand Hygiene - MoH Infrastructure ChecklistFebruary 2013
Hand Hygiene for Construction, Renovation and Maintenance ActivitiesAugust 2016
Hand Hygiene PolicyMay 2015
IH Space Planning GuidelinesDecember 2013
IMIT Communications Infrastructure StandardsSeptember 2017
Infection Control - Construction and Renovation GuidelinesJanuary 2016
Infection Control - Construction ProjectsJanuary 2016
Influenza Prevention PolicyAugust 2016
Influenza Prevention Policy - Memo to Contractors and ConsultantsOctober 2016
KGH & VJH Contractor Requirements
Privacy and Management of Confidential InformationNovember 2016
Provincial Standards & Guidelines for Secure RoomsJune 2014
Purchase Order Terms and ConditionsJanuary 2017
Reimbursable Expense GuidelinesMay 16, 2018
Reimbursable Expense Worksheet
Staff Safety Guidelines for Healthcare Facility Design ProjectsJuly 2014
Substance Use Disorder PolicyMay 2013
Substance Use Disorder Procedural GuidelinesMay 2013
Workplace EnvironmentMarch 2010
Workplace Environment Procedural GuidelinesDecember 2013

These documents are provided for convenience.  It is the responsibility of the contractor and consultant to be aware of and adhere to all requirements outlined in the RFP/tender/contract documents.

Insurance and worker safety

All contractors and consultants working at Interior Health sites must be properly insured and must submit a Form F – Certificate of Insurance evidencing the required insurance specified at the time of hire and a letter of good standing from Worksafe BC.

Notice to consultants & contractors

Interior Health’s Capital Planning & Projects department is undergoing changes to streamline processes and reduce paper. This includes on-line processes and systems to submit invoices, specifications, submittals, communications or other project-related documents to Interior Health by its Consultants and Contractors.  Once new or revised processes or systems are implemented, it will be a requirement for all Consultants and Contractors to transition to these processes or systems that will be used for our projects.

 

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