1. All personnel working airside shall hold a valid Security Pass issued by the Department of Civil Aviation.

  2. The Contractor shall carry this Work Permit and all other relevant permits at all times and shall produce them whenever requested by a representative of Hermes Airports and/or a Governmental body. Failure to produce this Work Permit or other permit upon request may result in the Contractor being instructed to vacate the premises immediately. 

  3. The Contractor and its staff shall carry out Works only in the location stated in the Work Permit. 

  4. Only persons and companies with established Health & Safety plans may work on or in the Airports premises. All contractor’s staff must be fully trained in safe work methods and handling of hazardous materials. The Licensees/Sub-Concessionaires and the Contractor shall be liable to comply with all regulations and applicable legislation on or about the worksite in order to secure the health, safety and welfare of persons who might be affected by the performance of the works.

  5. Only qualified persons may undertake work on Airport property. No work shall be carried out on, or changes made to, or any interference with any electrical, mechanical, plumbing or air conditioning plant or any other Airport equipment by an unqualified person. Qualifications should be presented to Hermes and be attached in the Work Permit application prior to commencement of any works. 

  6. All access equipment (e.g., Cranes, MEWP, mobile Elevating Working Platforms, boom lift, forklift, scissor hoists, cherry pickers, etc.) must be operated by persons trained as to the current health and safety standard and operating certification level, including training in use of safety harnesses. These persons should also hold a valid license from the Road Transport Department or any other certified training centre, for the operation of the access equipment.

  7. Specific works (such as usage of Crane and other Tall Equipment, MEWP, Mobile Elevating Working Platform, boom lift, forklift, scissor hoists, cherry picker etc, Work at Heights, Work in confined space, excavations, installation of scaffoldings, Hot Works, must be clearly described and stated in the Work description box of the work permit application. All required documents, training and inspection certificates for the aforementioned works and equipment must be submitted along with the Work Permit application. 

  8. When specific works ‘Hot Works’ is selected, then the Work permit requestor must complete and attach the relevant Hot Work form in the Work Permit application. The hot works must be carried out as per the submitted risk assessments, the Hot work form, the applicable airport standard operating procedure and as per the applicable laws and regulations. If Hot Work or work creating smoke or even dust will be done near smoke detectors, the detectors must be isolated & capped. 

  9. Tools/equipment must never be left unattended at any time and shall be removed prior to leaving work site. 

  10. The Licensees/Sub-Concessionaires and the contractor must be familiar with: 

  • Health and Safety Laws and regulations.

  • All other applicable standard operation procedures, rules and regulations of the Airport.

  • Airport construction requirements.

  1. Security access gates or doors shall be kept secure at all times. 

  2. All leads and power tools shall have current tested tags. 

  3. Residual Current Device (RCD's) must be used at all times to quickly disconnect current so as to prevent serious harm from an ongoing electric shock.

  4. Good housekeeping standards must be adhered to at all times. The worksite and surrounding area shall be kept free from the accumulation of excess dirt, waste materials, debris and rubbish caused by the contractor. All excess dirt, waste material, debris and rubbish caused by the Contractor and all tools, equipment, machinery, and surplus materials shall be removed from the worksite and surrounding area upon completion of the works. 

  5. The Licensees/Sub-Concessionaires and the contractor shall report any suspicious activity they observe to the Duty Manager of Hermes Airports. 

  6. Working areas must be properly isolated with solid hoardings. Cones and caution tape are not allowed to be used indoors. Presentable cones with reflective stripes could be used only outdoors depending on the requested works while construction sites and other works require proper and solid isolation hoardings. 

  7. Fire exits, fire extinguishers and firefighting equipment shall be kept clear and free from obstructions at all times. 

  8. Materials or equipment must not be taken on escalators or public lifts without permission. 

  9. The Licensee’s/Sub-Concessionaire’s contractor shall not carry out cabling through non-licensed spaces.

  10. The Licensee/Sub-Concessionaire and the contractor shall, at their expense, purchase and maintain in full force and effect such insurance to cover themselves and Hermes Airports Ltd (including its representatives, directors, officers, agents, and employees) from claims, such as for bodily injury, wrongful death and property damage, which may arise out of or result from their actions, whether such actions are done by any of them or by anyone for whom the licensee/sub-Concessionaire and its contractor may be liable for. The Licensee/Sub-Concessionaire should also make sure to maintain any insurances required by applicable laws. 

  11. The Licensees/Sub-Concessionaires and the contractor shall be liable for the actions of their contractors and employees.