Terms and Conditions

NDC Global Auditors Ltd offer a free gap analysis in order to  review your current operational controls, procedures,  and policies to assess the level of support that is likely to be required should you decide to embark on ISO certification.

 

This service is charged at a pre agreed rate and an invoice will be raised under our normal terms and conditions (see below) for the services offered, should you elect to accept our proposal based upon the findings of the report and instruct NDC Global Auditors Ltd to act on your behalf as consultants,  then the cost of the report will be credited back in the form of a credit note.

 

Should you decide not to elect NDC Global Auditors Ltd as your acting consultant then you shall receive the gap analysis report within 14 days of any site vist and a charge will be made as detailed in our initial gap analysis proposal.

 

NDC Global Auditors Ltd has the right to withdraw this service at any time without notice, we also reserve the right to increase or decrease the cost of the gap analysis depending on the number of days required to accurately access the nature of your operations. We also reserve the right to increase our cost depending on your geographical location, and the number of sites your organisation may have in the UK. This service is only available in the UK and will exclude Northern Ireland, Scotland, and the Channel Isles,

 

Our standard terms and conditions are set out below:-

 

STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS

 

1. Interpretation

 

NDC Global Auditors Ltd offer a free gap analysis in order to  review your current operational controls, procedures,  and policies to assess the level of support that is likely to be required should you decide to embark on ISO certification.

 

This service is charged at a pre agreed rate and an invoice will be raised under our normal terms and conditions (see below) for the services offered, should you elect to accept our proposal based upon the findings of the report and instruct NDC Global Auditors Ltd to act on your behalf as consultants,  then the cost of the report will be credited back in the form of a credit note.

 

Should you decide not to elect NDC Global Auditors Ltd as your acting consultant then you shall receive the gap analysis report within 14 days of any site vist and a charge will be made as detailed in our initial gap analysis proposal.

 

NDC Global Auditors Ltd has the right to withdraw this service at any time without notice, we also reserve the right to increase or decrease the cost of the gap analysis depending on the number of days required to accurately access the nature of your operations. We also reserve the right to increase our cost depending on your geographical location, and the number of sites your organisation may have in the UK. This service is only available in the UK and will exclude Northern Ireland, Scotland, and the Channel Isles,

 

Our standard terms and conditions are set out below:-

 

STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS

 

1. Interpretation

 

 “The Company”
Means NDC Global Auditors Ltd

 

 “The Client”
Means the person or company with whom the Company is contracted to provide the Services

 

 “Client Information”
Means all information (including without limitation know-how technical data and information whether in written graphic or oral form or in the form of samples or materials) disclosed by the Client to the Company in connection with the provision of the Services and all information and Intellectual Property created identified isolated or developed by the Company in the provision of the services.

 

 “The Services”
Means the provision of services and expertise in management support and/or environmental and/or quality assurance and/or health and safety and/or environmental legislation and or training to be provided by the Company.

 

 “Conditions”
Means the terms and conditions set out in this document and any special terms and conditions agreed in writing between the Company and the Client.

 

 “Force Majeure”
Means an act of God including but not limited to fire, flood, earthquake, windstorm or other natural disaster, act of warfare or insurrection, damage to property by or under the Order of any Government or Public or Local Authority or imposition of any Government Sanction, embargo or similar action, Judgment, Order, Decree, Embargo, Blockade, Labour Dispute including but not limited to strike, lock-out or boycott, interruption or failure of service including but not limited to electric, power, gas, water or telephone service and/or Network

 

 “Intellectual Property”
Means all patent or letters patent claims in patent trade marks service marks registered designs copyright design right inventions and any similar rights

 

2. Recital

  • The Company will provide the Services to the Client for such sum as maybe agreed between them

3. The company’s obligations

  • The Company will provide the Services to the Client at such time and place within the UK as may reasonably be required by the client but at the Company’s reasonable convenience;

  • The Company will not cause or permit anything which may damage or endanger the Client Information or Intellectual Property or assist or allow other to do so;

  • The Company will provide the Services with reasonable care and skill and faith but shall not be liable to the Client for any loss or damage suffered or liabilities howsoever arising out of the provision of the Services save where arising directly due to the gross negligence of the Company but in any event the Company shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever to the Client or any third party for any loss damage or liability arising as a result of the interpretation or implementation of the Services by the Client or a third party.

4. The client’s obligations

  • The Client shall make available to the Company such of the Client Information as the Company may require for the proper performance of the Services;

  • The Client shall make its members of staff servants and/or agents available to the Company to provide such information as the Company may require for the proper performance of the Services

5. Payment terms

  • Any sum due to the Company for the provision of the Services shall be payable within 28 days of delivery of the Company’s invoice;

  • The Client shall make its members of staff servants and/or agents available to the Company to provide such information as the Company may require for the proper performance of the Services.

6. Consultancy information and data

  • Notwithstanding anything else set out in these conditions the intellectual property and copyright in respect of any electronic and written information and data prepared by the Company during the provision of the Services shall remain vested in the Company absolutely.

7. Force majeure

 

Neither the Company nor any of its employees, agents or subcontractors shall be considered in breach of contract or to be under any liability whatsoever to the Customer for the non-performance, part-performance, defective performance or delay in performance of any obligation performed or to be performed by the Company, its employees, agents or sub-contractors under the Contract which is directly or indirectly caused or is as a result of an event of Force Majeure and the dates and time scales (if any) directly agreed between the parties/or the performance of the Services shall be extended by a fair and reasonable period of time which is sufficient to enable the Company to perform or re-perform the relevant contractual obligation.

 

8. VAT

  • All sums payable to the Company unless otherwise stated are exclusive of VAT and other duties or taxes;

9. Termination

 

The Company shall be entitled to terminate all contracts between the company and the Client in the event of:

  • failure on the part of the Client to make punctual payment of all sums due to the Company;

  • failure on the part of the client to perform its obligations as set out herein;

  • the appointment of a receiver administrator administrative receiver or trustee in bankruptcy of the Client’s property or any assets or any part of them or if a Court Order is made or a resolution passed for the winding up of the Client or if the Client commits an act of bankruptcy or any bankruptcy petition is presented against the Client

10. Assignment

 

Any contract made between the Client and the Company is personal to the Client and may not be assigned to any third party without the formal written consent of the Company which consent shall be absolute discretion of the Company

 

11. Notices

 

Any notices to be given hereunder shall be sent by first class mail or facsimile transmission to the last known address of the relevant party.

 

12. Exclusion of waiver

 

In no event shall any delay, failure or omission on the part of either of the parties in enforcing, exercising or pursuing any right, power, privilege, claim or remedy arising under this Contract be deemed to be or construed as:

  • a waiver thereof of any such right, power, privilege, claim or remedy or

  • operate so as to bar the enforcement or exercise of any such right, power, privilege, claim or remedy in any other instance at any time or times thereafter

 

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 “The Company”
Means NDC Global Auditors Ltd

 

 “The Client”
Means the person or company with whom the Company is contracted to provide the Services

 

 “Client Information”
Means all information (including without limitation know-how technical data and information whether in written graphic or oral form or in the form of samples or materials) disclosed by the Client to the Company in connection with the provision of the Services and all information and Intellectual Property created identified isolated or developed by the Company in the provision of the services.

 

 “The Services”
Means the provision of services and expertise in management support and/or environmental and/or quality assurance and/or health and safety and/or environmental legislation and or training to be provided by the Company.

 

 “Conditions”
Means the terms and conditions set out in this document and any special terms and conditions agreed in writing between the Company and the Client.

 

 “Force Majeure”
Means an act of God including but not limited to fire, flood, earthquake, windstorm or other natural disaster, act of warfare or insurrection, damage to property by or under the Order of any Government or Public or Local Authority or imposition of any Government Sanction, embargo or similar action, Judgment, Order, Decree, Embargo, Blockade, Labour Dispute including but not limited to strike, lock-out or boycott, interruption or failure of service including but not limited to electric, power, gas, water or telephone service and/or Network

 

 “Intellectual Property”
Means all patent or letters patent claims in patent trade marks service marks registered designs copyright design right inventions and any similar rights

 

2. Recital

  • The Company will provide the Services to the Client for such sum as maybe agreed between them

3. The company’s obligations

  • The Company will provide the Services to the Client at such time and place within the UK as may reasonably be required by the client but at the Company’s reasonable convenience;

  • The Company will not cause or permit anything which may damage or endanger the Client Information or Intellectual Property or assist or allow other to do so;

  • The Company will provide the Services with reasonable care and skill and faith but shall not be liable to the Client for any loss or damage suffered or liabilities howsoever arising out of the provision of the Services save where arising directly due to the gross negligence of the Company but in any event the Company shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever to the Client or any third party for any loss damage or liability arising as a result of the interpretation or implementation of the Services by the Client or a third party.

4. The client’s obligations

  • The Client shall make available to the Company such of the Client Information as the Company may require for the proper performance of the Services;

  • The Client shall make its members of staff servants and/or agents available to the Company to provide such information as the Company may require for the proper performance of the Services

5. Payment terms

  • Any sum due to the Company for the provision of the Services shall be payable within 28 days of delivery of the Company’s invoice;

  • The Client shall make its members of staff servants and/or agents available to the Company to provide such information as the Company may require for the proper performance of the Services.

6. Consultancy information and data

  • Notwithstanding anything else set out in these conditions the intellectual property and copyright in respect of any electronic and written information and data prepared by the Company during the provision of the Services shall remain vested in the Company absolutely.

7. Force majeure

 

Neither the Company nor any of its employees, agents or subcontractors shall be considered in breach of contract or to be under any liability whatsoever to the Customer for the non-performance, part-performance, defective performance or delay in performance of any obligation performed or to be performed by the Company, its employees, agents or sub-contractors under the Contract which is directly or indirectly caused or is as a result of an event of Force Majeure and the dates and time scales (if any) directly agreed between the parties/or the performance of the Services shall be extended by a fair and reasonable period of time which is sufficient to enable the Company to perform or re-perform the relevant contractual obligation.

 

8. VAT

  • All sums payable to the Company unless otherwise stated are exclusive of VAT and other duties or taxes;

9. Termination

 

The Company shall be entitled to terminate all contracts between the company and the Client in the event of:

  • failure on the part of the Client to make punctual payment of all sums due to the Company;

  • failure on the part of the client to perform its obligations as set out herein;

  • the appointment of a receiver administrator administrative receiver or trustee in bankruptcy of the Client’s property or any assets or any part of them or if a Court Order is made or a resolution passed for the winding up of the Client or if the Client commits an act of bankruptcy or any bankruptcy petition is presented against the Client

10. Assignment

 

Any contract made between the Client and the Company is personal to the Client and may not be assigned to any third party without the formal written consent of the Company which consent shall be absolute discretion of the Company

 

11. Notices

 

Any notices to be given hereunder shall be sent by first class mail or facsimile transmission to the last known address of the relevant party.

 

12. Exclusion of waiver

 

In no event shall any delay, failure or omission on the part of either of the parties in enforcing, exercising or pursuing any right, power, privilege, claim or remedy arising under this Contract be deemed to be or construed as:

  • a waiver thereof of any such right, power, privilege, claim or remedy or

  • operate so as to bar the enforcement or exercise of any such right, power, privilege, claim or remedy in any other instance at any time or times thereafter

 

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