20. The company acts in respect of the contractor, its workers in this agreement, through one or more representatives whose name or name is communicated to the contractor as an authorized representative.5 The company proposes to entrust the loading and unloading work of the companies` ship arriving in this port and the contractor has agreed to provide the work for this purpose under the following conditions recorded and agreed between the parties. 19. Whenever the contractor supplies the workers, the contractor must provide the company with a complete list of the address and the names of the workers. 22. It is the contractor`s responsibility to ensure that workers do not strike or stop work and, if they do, the company is authorized to carry out the loading or unloading work by another group of workers and the contractor is required to repair the damage suffered by the company in that name. When the contractor`s workers have a claim, an attempt is made to be settled out of court with the help of the company on agreed terms. 23. If a third party suffers losses or damages as a result of a commission or omission, fault or failure to perform a worker provided by the contractor, the contractor will comply with the same rule if the company is required to pay the same, the contractor will reimburse that loss or injury to the company. (7) Compensation for the benefits to be provided by the contractor, provided that the company pays the contractor on the following basis. 15. The contractor and the company keep these records and records containing the data relating to contract work that ends under the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act of 1970 or any other law, including, among other things, with regard to the type of work performed by contract work, and the wages paid to the worker. E.
When the authorities terminate the license of the contractor concerned. 21. When workers provided by the contractor for loading and unloading the cargo are required to work more than 8 hours, the contractor is required to pay overtime wages, as required by law. The company reimburses overtime wages. However, if workers are required to work less than 8 hours, the contractor is not entitled to assert a right against the company because he is required to pay the workers their wages for 8 hours of work. 29. This agreement is also subject to the provisions of the Dock Workers (Safety, Health and Welfare) Act 1986 and the applicable rules. The company as the main employer, contracting it as a worker and the workers it employs are bound by the provisions of the law and rules.