Sgs Service Agreement
(a) system certification services: certification of quality, environmental, safety, health and other management systems in accordance with international or national standards; “Application” means a Customer`s request for services; “Offer” means an overview of the services to be provided by SGS to the Customer. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, all proposals, consulting, training, testing and inspection services (the “Services”) provided by any of SGS SA`s affiliates or one of its agents (each, a “Company”) to a person requesting the Services (the “Customer”) and all contracts or other agreements arising therefrom are subject to these Terms and Conditions and constitute the entire Agreement (the “Agreement”) between the Customer and the Company with respect to the object. Matter. Unless otherwise stated in the Agreement, no amendment to the Agreement shall be valid unless it is written and signed by and on behalf of the Client and the Company. (i) the date of provision by the Company of the service giving rise to the claim; or (d) No person who is not a party to the Contract (including an employee, officer, agent, agent or subcontractor, or any of the parties) has the right to enforce any provision of the Agreement that expressly or implicitly grants a benefit to that person without the prior express written consent of the parties whose agreement is to refer to this Article. 5.3 Without prejudice to clause 5.2, additional fees shall be payable at SGS rates from time to time in the event of urgent orders, cancellation or rescheduling of services or partial or total repetitions of the evaluation programme or operations required by the codes of conduct. “Force Majeure” means any cause beyond the reasonable control of the Party concerned, including (but not limited to) force majeure, maritime or air hazards, fire, floods, explosions, sabotage, accidents, embargoes, acts of terrorism or unrest, strikes, loss or lack of power supply, civil unrest or civil authorities, acts or omissions of telecommunications or cable operators; Operator or administration or other competent authority, the act or omission of an Internet service provider, war, delay or failure in the manufacture, production or supply of equipment or services by third parties. (g) If the Company is unable to provide all or part of the Services for any reason beyond its control, including the Customer`s failure to comply with any of its obligations set out in clause 3 above, the Company shall nevertheless be entitled to payment of: 4.7 The Customer shall promptly notify SGS of any change in its premises; that may affect its management system, department, products, process or capabilities. Any violation of this information obligation may result in the withdrawal of the certificate. In addition, the Customer is required to inform SGS of any material non-compliance detected during internal audits of the Customer, its partners or authorities.