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. 11. The Contractor will arrange meals, snacks and soft drinks for these workers and the Company is not responsible for this. 10. Every worker is required to respect, during his working time, the rules and regulations of the port authority with regard to his movement, clothing and discipline. If there is a violation of that worker and the company suffers penalties, financial losses or other costs, the contractor is responsible for it and reimburses the company for such liability. 5. The agreement between the Contractor and the main employer may be downloaded free of charge and amended to meet the conditional and urgent requirements of the Contractor`s format. 6. If the undertaking finds that a worker provided by the contractor does not lose the work satisfactorily or that he is not physically able to carry out the work in question, the contractor shall withdraw that worker from the service and replace another worker in his place. The company`s appeal is final and is accepted as justified by the contractor or worker.
The main employer has no direct control or supervision of temporary agency work. They can direct the work to be done through contract work after the work has been assigned to them. Only the contractor, as the employer of the contract work, may assign the contract work to the main employer. . . .