What are the District’s safety concerns?
The District's Risk Management Division is responsible for determining the minimum safety requirements for work performed on behalf of the District. The determination is based on job specific risk factors and potential liability exposure. At a minimum the contractor shall ensure that all employees have all OSHA required training and/or certifications prior to starting work for the District. The contractor shall also have in place, and ready for review, an Injury and Illness Prevention Plan and any applicable written safety programs for the work being performed. The contractor shall provide their own tools and equipment and ensure their employees have the appropriate personal protective equipment for the work being performed.

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1. What does the District do?
2. How do I become a vendor for the District?
3. Do I need a Business License to conduct business with the District?
4. How are purchases solicited?
5. How does the procurement process work?
6. Do I need a contractor's license?
7. I am a professional in “XYZ” field. Do I need a license?
8. What are Prevailing Wages and how does it affect doing business with the District?
9. What are the DIR registration requirements for work on any District public works projects?
10. What is an authorized purchase?
11. How will I receive a Purchase Order?
12. What do I do when I receive a purchase order?
13. What about gifts and gratuities?
14. How do I get paid?
15. Are there any insurance requirements?
16. What are the District’s safety concerns?