DELIVERY OF BEHAVIOURAL SAFETY WORKSHOPS IN VARIOUS LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT SCOTLAND
The Forestry Commission is inviting tenders for the development and delivery of approximately 50 Behavioural Safety Workshops. The workshops will be based at Forestry Commission offices throughout Scotland and will be delivered to an audience of around twenty participants.
Each workshop will be a day in duration and will be attended by people working in a range of roles. Workshops will, however, need to particularly support managers and supervisors to understand their role in leading behavioural safety change.
The 1 day work shop delivered as 2 x ½ day sessions, outlined below, have been designed for Supervisors and Managers in the morning, who will then stay on for a further session delivered for all staff in the afternoon. The principle being that some of the material delivered in the morning in terms of language and best practice can be demonstrated in the afternoon.
Aim: To build confidence levels in Supervisors and Managers to locally lead and support the delivery of Health and Safety messages in the field.
By the end of the session, participants will be able to:
- Recognise their role in leading, supporting and delivering H&S messages
- Explain the benefits of line managers and supervisors locally leading the delivery of H&S messages
- Confidently deliver key H & S messages
- Identify and address areas for improvement
- Manage resource to deliver roll out of developing H&S policies and initiatives
Aim: To improve Health & Safety behaviours and develop confidence in delivering your roles and responsibilities in the workplace.
By the end of the session, participants will be able to:
- Describe their roles and responsibilities in workplace Health & Safety
- Outline the importance planning around H & S in the workplace
- Constructively challenge poor health and safety practice
- Recognise when you are challenged & respond positively to it
- Identify and know how to access additional information that will improve their technical knowledge
Interested parties will be required to attend a mandatory bidders day on the 31st of March 2014 at the Forestry Commission Offices, 231 Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh EH12 7AT. (Only one representative from each bidder may attend). Only bidders who have attended this day will be eligible to tender.
The estimated total value of the contract is £50,000
- Development of Training Workshop
- Delivery of a Pilot Course to the FC Scotland Safety Committee
- Delivery of Approx 50 Workshops
- Completion of Level 1 Evaluation
- Admin Support to trainers
- Travel and expenses
The estimated contract volume is 50 events over 6 months
The anticipated contract start date will be 12th May 2014 to be completed by10th November 2014
For further enquiries regarding this contract please contact Simon Wallis no later than 21st March 2014
To express your interest and to receive the bidders day details please contact Simon Wallis no later than 12.00 on the 21st March 2014
Express your interest via email to firstname.lastname@example.orgK no later than 12.00 on the 21st March 2014
THE PROVISION OF GROUND PREPARATION ON SITES THROUGHOUT GALLOWAY FOREST DISTRICT
The Forestry Commission seek to award two medium term Contracts to contractors who can demonstrate the experience, technical ability (all machine operators must have FMOCS), quality and reliability coupled with cost effective pricing to provide ground preparation through out Galloway.
The work is to be offered in 2 lots –
- LOT 1 – 3 Year Term Contract of approximately 200ha per year
- LOT 2 – 3 Year Term Contract of approximately 200ha per year
Specific Lot breakdown will be provided in the tender documentation.
Each contract will vary in value but will be in the region of £420000 per contract.
The estimated contract volume is
- LOT 1 – 200ha per year
- LOT 2 – 200ha per year
We anticipate that both Lots will commence in April 2014
For further enquiries regarding this contract please contact Chris Ross no later than 14th March 2014
To express your interest in this tender please contact Chris Ross no later than 14th March 2014 @1700.
Chris Ross, Galloway Forest District, 22 King Street, Castle Douglas, DG7 1Aa 01556 502973 email@example.com
ESTATES GALLOWAY FOREST DISTRICT INVITATION TO TENDER
The Forestry Commission is inviting quotes for, Glenside Farmhouse, Kirkmichael, Ayrshire, KA19 7JZ.
Full replacement of roof coverings to farmhouse, see enclosed specification and description of works.
The estimated total value of the contract is £24000
The anticipated contract start date will be 07.03.2014 and all works completed by 31.03.2014
Nicola DaPrato. Galloway FD, Creebridge, Newton Stewart, DG8 6AJ Tel. 01671 402420 Nicola.firstname.lastname@example.org
To express your interest and to request tender documents please contact Nicola DaPrato no later than 5.00 pm on the 06.03.2014
Express your interest via email to Nicola DaPrato no later than 12.30 pm on the 06.03.2014 so we can contact you should there be any relevant questions and answers which arise regarding the tenders; and
Download the attached Specification which details what is required to be delivered.
We require a price for completion of the work to be submitted by the closing date (7th March 2014).
All tenders must be returned no later than 4.00 pm on the 07.03.201
DP HARVESTING TENDER HARVESTING & EXTRACTION TO ROADSIDE IN GALLOWAY FOREST DISTRICT
The Forestry Commission is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced Harvesting and Extraction contractors for a Medium Term Contract (3 years).
The estimated total value of the contract is £1,400,000
The estimated contract volume is 120,000 m3 obs (approx. 40,000 m3 obs per year).
The anticipated contract start date will be April 2014 to be completed by April 2017.
For further enquiries regarding this contract please contact:
Graeme Cannon 01671 402420 email@example.com
To express your interest and to request tender documents please contact:
Graeme Cannon, Galloway Forest District, Creebridge, Newton Stewart, DG8 6AJ 01671 402420 firstname.lastname@example.orgK
No later than 21 March 2014
INVASIVE SPECIES REMOVAL AND CHEMICAL WEED CONTROL TAY FOREST DISTRICT INVITATION TO TENDER
The Forestry Commission is inviting tenders for invasive species removal and chemical weed control. This will involve cutting and subsequent chemical treatment of Sea Buckthorn, Rhododendron, conifer and broadleaf scrub. It includes chemical control of other notifiable weeds, nuisance species and control of grass and perennial weeds at recreational sites and around buildings.
The estimated total value of the contract is £75000 over four years
The estimated contract volume is 12ha scrub removal.
Approx 25 operator days of Rhododendron removal.
Approx 125 operator days of chemical control.
Approx 8 operator days of other weed control.
The anticipated contract start date will be 14 April 2014 to be completed by March 2018
For further enquiries regarding this contract please contact Simon Hirst email@example.com no later than 10th March 2014
To express your interest and to request tender documents please contact Simon Hirst firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 12noon on 10th March 2014
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF NEW ROADS AND UPGRADE OF EXISTING ROADS AT AUCHENTORLIE FOREST, SCOTTISH LOWLANDS FOREST DISTRICT
The Forestry Commission is inviting tenders for the upgrade of 3850m of existing forest road and construction of 790m new forest roads, turning points, passing places and harvesting facilities at Auchentorlie Forest, near Dumbarton. The work will include all quarry preparation, processing, loading, transportation, laying and compaction of stone to the appropriate specifications referred to in the contract.
The estimated total value of the contract is £98000.00
The anticipated contract start date will be 24th March 2014 to be completed by 27th June 2014
For further enquiries regarding this contract please contact Gordon McCheyne no later than 13th March 2014
To express your interest and to request tender documents please contact Simon Hirst email@example.com no later than 12:00pm on 7th March 2014
DEER MANAGEMENT PERMISSION AGREEMENTS
INVITATION TO TENDER
Forestry Commission Scotland invites tenders for the rights to shoot deer within three areas of the National Forest Estate land in the Central Scotland region.
This is an opportunity for individuals/groups/ organisations to rent the deer shooting rights on various areas of land managed by Forestry Commission Scotland for the purpose of protecting the forest environment on the National Forest Estate via the management of deer populations.
Guide price for each area is contained within the individual areas description documents.
Covering letter, Location map(s), permission area description(s), tender document(s) and Deer Management Permission Agreement to be viewed/downloaded by clicking on the following link - www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/INFD-9G4EWB
The anticipated commencement date will be 01 April 2014 with completion by 31 March 2015, with possibility of extensions of further one year period, but not totalling more than 5 years.
To protect the Permission area from damaging deer impacts such as browsing, grazing, fraying, bark stripping, trampling and soil erosion.
Annual minimum cull target to achieve FCS protection requirements for each area contained within the individual description document.
Closing date for registering an interest and arranging viewings is Friday 21st February 2014.
Site viewing will take place on:-
Tuesday 25th February 2014 – Letter/Torrie
Wednesday 26th February 2014 – Cruach Tairbert
Tenders should be returned no later than noon on Friday 7th March 2014.
To notify your interest and arrange a viewing please contact Deer Hub at Tay Forest District Office (preferably by email). See details below -
Deer Management Hub
Tay Forest District
Tel – 01350 727284
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