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Conditions générales des contrats

  • Autorisation De Travaux Commerciaux
    1. Dans le cas où FirstOnsite remet en état la propriété en remplaçant des matériaux endommagés ou détruits, il fera preuve d’efforts commercialement raisonnables pour que la rénovation corresponde à la couleur et à la conception des matériaux endommagés d’origine, sauf accord contraire des parties dans l’Énoncé des travaux. FirstOnsite ne fait aucune déclaration quant à l’adéquation des matériaux qu’il utilise à des fins spécifiques.
    2. Le Client s’engage à fournir à FirstOnsite un accès raisonnable à la propriété, tel que requis pour effectuer les Travaux selon l’échéancier prévu dans l’Énoncé des travaux.  Sauf indication contraire, l’électricité, l’eau et les toilettes du Client doivent être mis à la disposition du personnel de FirstOnsite sans frais supplémentaires.
    3. FirstOnsite fera preuve d’efforts commercialement raisonnables pour terminer les Travaux dans les délais prévus, mais ne fait aucune déclaration selon laquelle les Travaux seront terminés dans ces délais et ne pourra être tenu responsable des dommages causés par des retards, y compris, sans s’y limiter, les retards causés par (i) des grèves, catastrophes naturelles, émeutes, changements de lois, conflits de travail ou autres événements de force majeure, (ii) par les actions ou inactions du Client ou de tout autre tiers, y compris, sans s’y limiter, l’Assureur. FirstOnsite communiquera rapidement au Client tout retard éventuel prévu concernant l’achèvement des Travaux.
    4. Le Client reconnaît que souvent les dommages à la propriété seront dissimulés ou imprévisibles avant l’exécution de l’Énoncé des travaux. Toute modification de l’Énoncé des travaux, entraînant des coûts supplémentaires ou des retards importants, devra être convenue par écrit entre le Client et FirstOnsite (chacune, un « Ordre de modification ») et fera partie de la présente Autorisation de travaux commerciaux. Si FirstOnsite engage des coûts supplémentaires nécessaires à la réalisation des Travaux, qui n’étaient pas prévus dans l’Énoncé des travaux, le Client sera responsable du paiement de ces coûts supplémentaires, même si le Client et FirstOnsite n’ont pas conclu d’Ordre de modification. Lors de la signature de tout Ordre de modification, qui augmente le coût estimatif des Travaux, le Client paiera 50 % du montant par lequel l’Ordre de modification augmente le coût initial. Les 50 % restants seront dus à la fin des Travaux.
    5. Le Client sera responsable du remplacement ou du coût de tout matériel ou équipement de FirstOnsite perdu, volé ou endommagé si de tels dommages sont causés par les actions ou omissions du Client ou de ses représentants.
    6. Le Client reconnaît que FirstOnsite peut utiliser certains désinfectants, fongicides ou produits chimiques pendant la réalisation des Travaux et s’engage à décharger FirstOnsite de toute responsabilité, directement ou indirectement, connue ou inconnue, à cet égard.  Le Client peut demander des informations concernant ces produits à tout moment pendant la réalisation des Travaux.
    7. Le Client reconnaît que FirstOnsite ne peut anticiper tous les dangers ou conditions qui peuvent être présents sur la propriété et, par la présente, exonère, libère et décharge FirstOnsite, ses administrateurs, dirigeants, employés, consultants, agents, commanditaires et sous-traitants de toute responsabilité résultant de pertes, dommages ou blessures causés par l’évacuation ou l’élimination de polluants, irritants, moisissures, champignons, spores, amiante ou autres déchets contaminants présents sur le chantier avant le début des Travaux.
    8. FirstOnsite se réserve le droit de remplacer tout matériel ou produit par d’autres produits de qualité, d’utilité ou de couleur similaires, égales ou supérieures.
    9. Le Client (et s’il existe plusieurs propriétaires pour la propriété, alors conjointement et solidairement) s’engage à indemniser et à mettre FirstOnsite, ses administrateurs, dirigeants, employés, agents et sous-traitants à couvert contre toute perte, tout engagement de responsabilité, tout dommage ou toute dépense (y compris les frais juridiques) subis par ou résultant de négligence, actions ou manquements délibérés à la présente Autorisation de travaux commerciaux par le Client, y compris, sans s’y limiter, tous les coûts, dommages ou pénalités liés au non-respect du Client des lois ou règlements relatifs, entre autres, aux codes du bâtiment et de prévention des incendies.
    10. Le Client autorise FirstOnsite à prendre des photos de l’extérieur et de l’intérieur de la propriété.  Par la présente, le Client consent à ce que FirstOnsite divulgue des images, des diagrammes, l’Énoncé des travaux, des estimations ou toute autre information nécessaire à l’achèvement des Travaux aux experts et agents d’assurance, aux compagnies d’assurance, aux ingénieurs, aux sous-traitants, aux fournisseurs de matériel, aux prestataires de services, aux agences retenues pour le recouvrement des comptes en souffrance, aux autorités fédérales, provinciales et municipales et à d’autres, si nécessaire.
    11. Si le Client est inclus, ou est un signataire co-payable, sur tout paiement de l’assureur lié aux Travaux, le Client garantit d’endosser rapidement ce paiement directement à FirstOnsite.  Dans le cas où la propriété est grevée d’une hypothèque, le Client est responsable de coopérer avec sa compagnie hypothécaire et FirstOnsite afin de faciliter les paiements en temps opportun à FirstOnsite.
    12. Défauts de conception et de plan – FirstOnsite ne saurait être tenue responsable de la conduite négligente, frauduleuse ou délibérée d’un tiers, y compris des défauts d’ingénierie ou de conception architecturale à l’égard de la propriété du Client.
    13. Responsabilités du Client – Le Client s’engage à respecter au minimum les points suivants :
      1. Souscrire à une assurance couvrant les risques de perte pendant les Travaux. 
      2. Ne pas interférer avec les employés de FirstOnsite, ce qui pourrait retarder ou perturber les Travaux; ou effectuer tout travail, personnellement ou par l’intermédiaire d’un agent, sur la propriété, sans le consentement écrit direct de FirstOnsite.
      3. Ne pas conclure d’accord avec un commerçant, un sous-traitant ou un employé de FirstOnsite sans le consentement écrit direct de FirstOnsite
    14. Responsabilités de First Onsite – First Onsite s'engage à respecter au minimum les points suivants :
      1. Diriger et contrôler les TRAVAUX conformément à l’Énoncé des travaux et se conformer à toutes les lois applicables. 
      2. Maintenir une assurance responsabilité civile générale et de couverture environnementale, et veiller à ce que tous les sous-traitants disposent d’une assurance appropriée.
      3. Maintenir la propriété dans un état propre et sans danger, en fonction de la nature des Travaux réalisés.
  • Déclarations et garanties des sous-traitants

    Le sous-traitant certifie par les présentes qu’il est conforme à toutes les lois locales, provinciales et fédérales applicables sur les salaires et les heures et autres lois sur l’emploi, et qu’il va :

    • payer les employés pour tout le temps travaillé, y compris le temps de déplacement indemnisable, et interdire le travail en dehors des heures normales
    • calculer les salaires conformément aux lois en vigueur en matière d'heures supplémentaires
    • appliquer les politiques et pratiques des pauses-repas, périodes de pause et de récupération de chaleur conformes, y compris le paiement des primes pour les pauses manquées ou non conformes, comme l’exige la loi applicable
    • tenir tous les registres de paie nécessaires conformément à toutes les lois applicables, y compris les registres des heures de début et d’arrêt des quarts de travail et des pauses-repas
    • fournir aux employés des talons de chèque conformes à la loi
    • se conformer à toutes les lois relatives à l’utilisation de cartes de dépôt direct et de paiement
    • payer aux employés tous les salaires en temps opportun, y compris à la fin de la période de paie et au moment de licenciement ou de démission
    • ne pas verser de salaire ou de prime en espèces
    • rembourser par chèque toutes les dépenses professionnelles dûment encourues
    • s’assurer que tout plan de rémunération à la pièce est conforme à toutes les lois applicables et comprend la rémunération pour le temps non productif
    • classer adéquatement ses employés comme exemptés ou non exemptés conformément à toutes les lois applicables
    • s’assurer que ses entrepreneurs indépendants sont correctement classés en vertu de toutes les lois applicables
    • maintenir des politiques de lutte contre le harcèlement, la discrimination et la lutte contre l’intimidation et s’assurer qu’il a formé ses gestionnaires et/ou ses employés de supervision conformément aux lois applicables
    • fournir les politiques, y compris les politiques des pauses-repas et des temps de pause, des heures en dehors de travail et des politiques anti-harcèlement à ses employés en anglais et en Français
    • prévoir des congés de maladie appropriés conformément à la législation fédérale et étatique

    Le Sous-traitant déclare qu’il n’est pas actuellement, et qu’il ne l’a pas été au cours des cinq dernières années, l’objet d’un litige salarial et horaire, autre que comme prévu ci-dessous :

    • Nom de l'affaire :
    • Numéro de dossier :
    • Tribunal ou autre forum dans lequel l'affaire est en cours :
    • État d'avancement de l'affaire :

    Le Sous-traitant reconnaît que les déclarations et les garanties susmentionnées sont véridiques et exactes et reconnaît en outre que toutes réclamations contre FirstOnsite Restoration Limited découlant ou liées aux pratiques susmentionnées sont soumises au paragraphe 8.3 « Indemnisation » de l’Accord de Sous-traitant Limité.

  • FirstOnsite Conditions Générales

     1. Definitions:

    “Acceptance Criteria” means the criteria by which the Deliverable(s) or the Service(s) will be evaluated for
    purposes of determining acceptance by FIRST ONSITE which shall include the functional, technical, design
    and performance characteristics specifically set forth or incorporated by reference in the Purchase Order.
    If the Acceptance Criteria is not specified in the Purchase Order, then the Acceptance Criteria shall be
    based upon FIRST ONSITE’s reasonable determination that the Deliverable(s) or Services are satisfactory to
    FIRST ONSITE in all material respects.

    “Deficiency” means, with regard to any Service, or Goods or any Deliverables, information or materials
    provided by Vendor, a defect, failure, malfunction, or nonconformity in such Service, Goods, or
    Deliverables or information or materials, that prevents such Service, Deliverable or information or
    materials, from complying with, or operating in accordance with , the applicable Acceptance Criteria.

    “Deliverable(s)” means Service(s), Goods or any and all other expectations outlined in a Work Order,
    Purchase Order or Contract delivered to FIRST ONSITE by Vendor.

    “Goods” means any tangible commodities, wares or materials used by Vendor to complete a job or
    purchased by FIRST ONSITE.

    “Party” means either Vendor or FIRST ONSITE, individually as the context so requires; and “Parties” means
    Vendor and FIRST ONSITE, collectively.

    “Purchase Order” means a commercial document issued by FIRST ONSITE to Vendor indicating types,
    quantities and agreed upon pricing for products or Services that Vendor will provide to FIRST ONSITE.

    “Service(s)” means the Service(s) described in the applicable Purchase Order that are to be provided by
    Vendor to FIRST ONSITE.

    “Subcontractor” means any third party company or individual that Vendor utilizes to perform any Services
    (in whole or in part) outlined in the Purchase Order.

    “Subcontract Work” means the Services specified in the Purchase Order to be performed by the Vendor.

    “Terms and Conditions” means all provisions outlined in this document as well as those provisions
    outlined in a Purchase Order or Contract that are applicable to the delivery of Services and/or Goods to
    FIRST ONSITE by Vendor.

    “Vendor” means the Company, its employees, agents, officers, consultants or other representatives that
    have been contracted to provide any Services by FIRST ONSITE as specified in the Purchase Order.

    “Work” means the process of Vendor providing Services which results in the satisfactory completion of a
    Purchase Order.

    2. Entire Agreement: The Terms and Conditions contained herein shall govern any and all transactional
    activity between Vendor and FIRST ONSITE. These Terms and Conditions shall apply to any Purchase Order
    and/or Vendor Agreement with respect to the provision of Goods and/or Services (the “Services”)
    between FIRST ONSITE and the Vendor. In circumstances where a Vendor Agreement exists and the
    provisions of said Agreement differ from the Terms and Conditions contained herein, the Terms and
    Conditions contained within the Vendor Agreement shall prevail.

    3. Acceptance: Any and all Goods and/or Services specified in a Purchase Order shall be furnished by Vendor
    subject to all the Terms and Conditions set forth herein, which Vendor, in accepting a Purchase Order from
    FIRST ONSITE, agrees to be bound by and to comply with.

    4. Provision of Services and Subcontracting: Unless otherwise agreed to by FIRST ONSITE in writing, the
    Vendor shall furnish at its own cost and expense any and all necessary labour, machinery, equipment,
    tools, transportation and other inputs required to perform Services. FIRST ONSITE shall not be liable for any
    loss of or damage to machinery, equipment or tools furnished by the Vendor.

    Should Vendor wish to subcontract any item of the Services, Vendor shall notify FIRST ONSITE of such intent
    prior to engaging the Subcontractor, and shall not engage any such Subcontractor without FIRST ONSITE’s
    prior consent, which consent may be withheld at FIRST ONSITE’s sole discretion. All Services performed for
    Vendor by a Subcontractor shall be performed in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. Vendor
    shall only use Subcontractors approved by FIRST ONSITE, Vendor shall be solely responsible for the acts and
    omissions of its Subcontractors and FIRST ONSITE’s approval of any Subcontractor shall not change Vendor’s
    liability in this regard. Subcontractors shall obtain and maintain all insurance coverage that Vendor is
    required to maintain under these Terms and Conditions.

    As applicable, Vendor has inspected the place of the Services prior to the commencement of the Services
    to the extent it deems necessary to determine difficulties and hazards incidental to the Services (for both
    construction and design purposes) whether arising from the location of the Services, proximity of the
    Services to adjacent facilities, site conditions, equipment, and other building structures, or otherwise, and
    is reasonably satisfied with the nature and extent of such difficulties and hazards. No change to the
    Purchase Order price or Service milestones will be permitted due to Vendor’s failure to have investigated
    and determined the conditions affecting the Services of the Purchase Order.

    5. Conflict of Interest: Vendor shall not engage in any activity or provide any Services to FIRST ONSITE where
    to do so would create a real or perceived conflict of interest with the provision of the Work. Without
    limiting the generality of the foregoing, Vendor acknowledges and agrees that it shall be a conflict of
    interest to provide Work if Vendor is related in law to another person or entity that has bid on the Work,
    or if Vendor uses confidential competitor or FIRST ONSITE information to support the bid for the award of
    the Work, or if Vendor’s employees or Subcontractors are related by family or business relationship to
    FIRST ONSITE employees or Client employees where such relationship can be considered to impact the
    award of the Work.

    Vendor shall promptly disclose to FIRST ONSITE any actual or potential situation that may be reasonably
    interpreted as a real or perceived or potential real or perceived conflict of interest and shall comply with
    any Terms and Conditions subsequently prescribed by FIRST ONSITE resulting from the disclosure.

    Breach of these conflict of interest provisions may result in termination of the Purchase Order in addition
    to any other remedies that FIRST ONSITE has for such breach in contract, in law or in equity.

    6. Conformance: The provision of all Goods and the performance of all Services pursuant to a Purchase
    Order shall be free from defects, in accordance with the description which forms part of the Purchase
    Order, in conformance with any plans, specifications, standards, operating conditions and performance
    data referred to in the applicable Purchase Order, in conformance with all applicable laws, regulations,
    orders and permits, and in conformance with all applicable industry standards in the jurisdiction where
    same are delivered to, or performed for, FIRST ONSITE, and provided and performed in a timely, efficient
    and workmanlike manner.

    In the event the Goods or Services, or any portion thereof, do not, in FIRST ONSITE’s sole opinion, comply
    with any of the warranties set out in this Section 6, or if the Goods or Services, or any portion thereof, are
    in any way defective, FIRST ONSITE may, at Vendor’s sole risk and expense, elect to: i) reject or revoke
    Acceptance of the Goods or Services, or any portion thereof and receive a full refund for all the Goods or
    Services rejected or withhold payments for such Goods or Services if such payment has not been made; ii)
    require Vendor to repair or replace the Goods or Services; iii) recover the expense of such repair or
    replacement from Vendor.

    Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, where FIRST ONSITE has contracted Vendor for provision of
    construction related Services, and where Deficiencies noted by FIRST ONSITE have been communicated to
    Vendor in writing and where correction of Deficiencies have not been completed in a reasonably timely
    manner by Vendor, FIRST ONSITE may correct Deficiencies and obtain reimbursement from Vendor through
    reduction in amounts payable by FIRST ONSITE to Vendor or invoice Vendor for said Deficiencies. Vendor
    shall pay such invoices within 90 days of invoice date by FIRST ONSITE.

    7. Changes in Scope: Vendor shall not increase or decrease the scope of Work covered by a Purchase Order
    without written instruction from FIRST ONSITE. If the Purchase Order at any time during the progress of the
    Work requires any alteration or addition or omission, a new and separate Purchase Order will be issued or
    change to the original Purchase Order will be issued in writing.

    8. Price: Vendor warrants that prices shown in any Purchase Order shall be complete and no additional
    charges of any type shall be added without FIRST ONSITE’s express written consent.

    9. Invoicing: FIRST ONSITE requires the Vendor to submit all invoices for Services to the Central finance
    Department as detailed in the FIRST ONSITE Vendor Handbook, which can be found on FIRST ONSITE’s Website
    at: www.firstonsite.ca. It is the responsibility of the Vendor to receive a PO before starting Work. Any
    invoices submitted without a corresponding PO# will be rejected from the payment process and returned
    to Vendor.

    10. Payment and Taxes: FIRST ONSITE shall pay Vendor within ninety (90) days of receiving the Vendor’s
    correct, conforming and uncontested invoice, of which the value must exactly match the total value of the
    associated Purchase Order. Payment of Vendors invoices shall be made by electronic transfer of funds
    unless prior arrangements for payment by cheque have been made.

    Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, should a Deficiency in the Services of the Vendor prevent
    FIRST ONSITE from obtaining a Certificate of Satisfaction from the FIRST ONSITE customer and as a result delay
    invoicing by FIRST ONSITE, payment of Vendor may be delayed up to 90 days following correction of such
    Deficiency.

    Vendor shall be responsible for the remittance to the appropriate governmental authority of all taxes,
    levies, duties, assessments and deductions of every nature required by Applicable law in connection with
    the provision of the Services pursuant to any Purchase Order.

    11. Term: The term of any Purchase Order shall commence as of the effective date stated on the Order Page,
    or if no effective date is stated, then as of the order date of said Purchase Order and shall terminate when
    (a) all Goods covered by the Purchase Order have been delivered and accepted, or (b) all Services have
    been fully performed, unless earlier terminated.

    12. Termination: (a) FIRST ONSITE may at any time terminate a Purchase Order, in whole or in part, without
    cause, upon notice to Vendor. Upon any such termination Vendor shall, to the extent specified by
    FIRST ONSITE stop all Work related to said Purchase Order, and cause its Vendors and Subcontractors to stop
    Work. Charges for any such termination of said Purchase Order shall be limited to actual non-recoverable
    costs incurred by Vendor which Vendor can demonstrate were properly incurred prior to the date of
    termination. In no event shall such reimbursement include foreseeable loss of profits for undelivered
    Goods or unperformed Services.

    (b) FIRST ONSITE may immediately terminate this Purchase Order, in whole or in part upon notice to Vendor,
    if Vendor: i) fails to make delivery of or perform the Supply within the time specified as indicated in the
    Purchase Order; ii) fails to replace or correct defective Goods or Services in accordance with the
    provisions of said Purchase Order; iii) becomes insolvent, files or has filed against it a petition in
    bankruptcy, or makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors.

    (c) Any termination a Purchase Order by FIRST ONSITE shall not relieve Vendor from any liability hereunder.

    13. Insurance: Vendor shall fulfill the following insurance obligations:

    a) WCB/WSIB: Vendor must hold Workers Compensation insurance covering all employees engaged in
    the Subcontract Work in accordance with the statutory requirements of the province or territory
    having jurisdiction over such employees.

    Vendor must be in “good standing” with all provincial ministries and agencies with regard to health &
    safety, such as WSIB, Ministry of Labour, Ministry of Environment, WorkSafe, CSST, etc.

    A Clearance Certificate of “Letter of Good Standing” must be provided to FIRST ONSITE prior to
    commencing any Subcontract Work, and must be continuously updated per provincial regulations.

    b) CGL and Auto: Vendor must, at its own expense, carry and maintain during the performance of
    Services not less than (a) the minimum amount of insurance required to cover its indemnification
    obligations hereunder, and (b) the following minimum amounts of insurance: i) Workers’
    Compensation Insurance: Statutory; ii) Commercial General Liability Insurance (also sometimes
    referred to as Public Liability Insurance): $2,000,000; iii) Business Auto Liability Insurance:
    $1,000,000, unless the scope of Work includes the use of vehicle. In such instance, the limit shall be
    $2,000,000.

    14. Santé & Sécurité : Le fournisseur doit développer, maintenir et adhérer aux précautions et programmes de sécurité nécessaires
    : a) pour se conformer aux règles, lois, règlements et pratiques exigés par la législation applicable en matière de santé
    et de sécurité et d'environnement dans la juridiction du ou des lieux de service; b) pour se conformer à toutes les précautions, politiques et programmes de sécurité
    du client et de FIRST ONSITE, y compris ceux contenus dans
    la version actuelle du Guide du fournisseur et des lignes directrices sur la santé et la sécurité de FIRST ONSITE, qui se trouvent
    sur le site Web de FIRST ONSITE (https://firstonsite.ca/en/resource/subcontractor-information/), que le fournisseur reconnaît avoir lu et avec lequel il s'est familiarisé en signant un contrat ou en acceptant un bon de commande; et c) pour prévenir les blessures aux personnes ou les dommages aux biens sur les lieux des travaux en sous-traitance, aux alentours ou à proximité de ceux-ci.

    In addition to the above requirements, Vendor shall develop, maintain and adhere to a project specific
    health and safety plan for the Subcontract Work, and shall make such plan available for review and
    Acceptance by the Customer and/or FIRST ONSITE.

    Vendor shall immediately report any serious incident/accident to FIRST ONSITE.

    Vendor shall ensure that all Vendor and Vendor Subcontractor personnel have received all necessary
    training in respect of the matters covered by above. Training or implementation of additional health and
    safety measures appropriate for the Subcontract Work may be specified by FIRST ONSITE from time to time.
    If requested, Vendor shall provide FIRST ONSITE with written documentation verifying completion of the
    above.

    Vendor will allow the Customer and FIRST ONSITE access to any site of the Subcontract Work in order to
    inspect/audit Vendor’s compliance with the requirements of this Section 14.

    The Vendor will immediately report to FIRST ONSITE any incident or near incident involving Vendor
    personnel, the public, or property, arising from Vendor’s performance of the Subcontract Work. Vendor
    shall provide a written initial report to FIRST ONSITE of its investigation of said incident within 24 hours of its
    occurrence. The report shall provide a schedule for completion of the investigation including preparation
    of a final written report. Vendor shall provide to FIRST ONSITE a final report showing the cause of the
    incident as well as any and all corrective action(s) taken in accordance with such schedule.

    If Vendor does not comply with its obligations under this Section 14 and creates, in the sole discretion of
    FIRST ONSITE, a circumstance requiring immediate action to ensure the health and safety of persons present
    at any site of the Subcontract Work, FIRST ONSITE may take or require Vendor to take such reasonable
    precautions, including stoppage of Subcontract Work, required to remedy such circumstance. The taking
    of such action or actions by FIRST ONSITE (or its failure to do so) shall not limit Vendor’s liability or its
    obligations under the Purchase Order or any applicable Agreement. Vendor shall reimburse FIRST ONSITE for
    all reasonable costs incurred by FIRST ONSITE in taking such precautions and any costs incurred by Vendor
    for such precautionary action and any subsequent remedial action shall be borne exclusively by Vendor.

    FIRST ONSITE reserves the right to require the Vendor to remove from any site of Subcontract Work any
    personnel, whether of Vendor or any Vendor Subcontractor, not properly observing or complying with this
    Section 14.

    Notwithstanding any other provision herein and notwithstanding any health and safety measures
    provided by FIRST ONSITE, Vendor shall be solely responsible for the health and safety of any and all Vendor
    personnel and Vendor Subcontractor personnel as well as any person brought to the site(s) of the
    Subcontract Work by the Vendor or Vendor Subcontractors for any purpose relating to the Subcontract
    Work. Vendor specifically acknowledges that any information regarding specific risks provided by
    FIRST ONSITE to Vendor, whether contained in the Purchase Order or otherwise, is not intended to be
    exhaustive and shall not diminish Vendor’s overarching obligations under this Section.
    If required by FIRST ONSITE, Vendor shall provide a dedicated and qualified health and safety professional to
    monitor performance of the Subcontract Work under the Purchase Order.
    Unless FIRST ONSITE otherwise directs, Vendor and all Vendor Subcontractors shall attend the following
    health and safety meetings: (a) pre-job orientation; (b) an orientation prior to entering any site of Work;
    (c) daily tailgate briefings; and (d) such other meetings required by FIRST ONSITE from time to time to review
    the status of the Work and Vendor’s compliance with the requirements of this Section 14.

    15. Labour Laws: Vendor shall comply with all applicable labour laws, and with all health conditions and
    requirements, from time to time applicable to the Work.

    16. Warranty and Deficiencies: All workmanship is to be fully guaranteed by the Vendor for two (2) years
    after acceptable completion of the Services in accordance with this Purchase Order. Roof warranties are
    to be for a minimum of five (5) years workmanship, and ten (10) years on materials. A copy of the roof
    warranty is to be submitted to FIRST ONSITE in the customer’s name, upon completion. All manufacturer’s
    warranties that come with equipment (i.e. – fixtures, tubs, etc.) supplied by Vendor, all product data and
    all user guides and manuals, are to be given to the FIRST ONSITE Construction Manager or Project Manager
    upon completion of the project, and prior to submission of the Vendor’s final invoice.

    If workmanship or materials Deficiencies are found, the Vendor will be advised immediately. Vendor is
    liable for the costs of repairs which must be completed within three (3) days of notification of the
    discovery of Deficiencies or as agreed upon by both Parties. If FIRST ONSITE is required to engage another
    Vendor, FIRST ONSITE will have the right to pursue Vendor for all costs plus any additional amounts incurred
    to remedy the Deficiency. In accordance with Section 6, FIRST ONSITE may receive a refund or withhold
    payment for any amount owing to the Vendor.

    17. Confidentiality: The Parties agree to protect and keep all data and information disclosed by each Party in
    relation to any Agreement or Purchase Order between the Parties confidential.

    The provisions of this Section 17 shall survive the termination of this Work Order.

    18. Indemnity: The Vendor shall be liable to and shall indemnify and save harmless the Indemnified Parties
    from all Claims arising from safety infractions, infringement or alleged infringement of patents, injuries to
    property, injuries to persons including death, Vendor’s negligence, breach of Subcontract Work, a Default
    Event, Claims by employees or agents of the Vendor, construction liens against the Job in respect of the
    Subcontract Work, interference with or delays, any event caused or contributed to by the Vendor for
    which FIRST ONSITE is required to indemnify their Customer under the Job, or any other acts or omissions of
    the Vendor or any of its directors, officers, agents, employees, servants, material Vendors, Vendor
    Subcontractors or assignees with respect to the Subcontract Work. Without abrogating or waiving

    FIRST ONSITE’s other rights, in the event Vendor fails to promptly honour the Terms of this provision upon
    demand by FIRST ONSITE, FIRST ONSITE may set-off against any monies otherwise due to Vendor by
    FIRST ONSITE. Without limiting any other provision herein, FIRST ONSITE may set-off against any monies
    otherwise due to Vendor to the extent of any amounts charged to FIRST ONSITE by their Customer arising
    from the performance of Vendor’s Work.

    19. Assignment: The Vendor shall not assign a Purchase Order or Vendor Agreement without the prior
    written consent of FIRST ONSITE and any assignment made without such consent shall be of no effect.

    20. Criminal Background Checks: Vendor may be required to provide documentation evidencing that all
    Vendor employees whom Vendor intends to work on certain FIRST ONSITE jobs, have a completed criminal
    background check, which results must be acceptable by FIRST ONSITE. Vendor is responsible for the thirdparty
    fee to complete the background checks.

    21. Force Majeure: Notwithstanding anything to the contrary outlined in a Purchase Order or Vendor
    Agreement, neither Party shall be liable for delay or non-performance caused by any of the following
    circumstances when beyond its control: acts of God, explosions, riots, extreme natural disasters, wars,
    sabotage or terrorism (“Force Majeure”). Should an event of Force Majeure make it impossible for a Party
    to perform its obligations hereunder, the affected Party shall try to reduce or mitigate the adverse impact
    of the event. The affected Party shall notify the other Party that it considers an event of Force Majeure has
    occurred. If the adverse impact cannot be eliminated completely, such non-performance shall be excused
    for the duration of the event of Force Majeure. If, however, the event of Force Majeure lasts more than
    fifteen (15) days from the original notification, any applicable Purchase Order may be terminated in whole
    or in part by the non-affected Party.

    22. Applicable Law: These Terms and Conditions set forth shall be governed by and construed in accordance
    with the laws of the province of Ontario and the federal laws of Canada applicable therein. FIRST ONSITE
    and Vendor attorn to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of the Province of Ontario.

    23. Notices: Any notice, invoice, approval, consent or communication for a Purchase Order shall be in writing,
    and delivered in person or by mail, courier, facsimile or electronic mail to the addresses set forth on the
    Order Page.