NONPERSONAL JANITORIAL SERVICES FOR THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE (WFO) ATLANTA (PEACHTREE) GEORGIA
Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) | Published June 15, 2015 - Deadline June 29, 2015
The preliminary notice does not commit the Government to an extension.
(b) If the Government exercises this option, the extended contract shall be considered to include this option clause.
(c) The total duration of this contract, including the exercise of any options under this clause, shall not exceed 5 years.
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FAR 52.232-19, Availability of Funds for the Next Fiscal Year (APR 1984)
Funds are not presently available for performance under this contract beyond 8/31/2016. The Government's obligation for performance of this contract beyond that date is contingent upon the availability of appropriated funds from which payment for contract purposes can be made. No legal liability on the part of the Government for any payment may arise for performance under this contract beyond 8/31/2016, until funds are made available to the Contracting Officer for performance and until the Contractor receives notice of availability, to be confirmed in writing by the Contracting Officer.
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FAR 52.223-1, BIOBASED PRODUCT CERTIFICATION (MAY 2012)
FAR 52.223-2, AFFIRMATIVE PROCUREMENT OF BIOBASED PRODUCTS UNDER SERVICE AND CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS. (SEP 2013)
FAR 52.223-3, HAZARDOUS MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION AND MATERIAL SAFETY DATA (JAN 1997)
FAR 52.223-5 POLLUTION PREVENTION AND RIGHT-TO-KNOW INFORMATION (MAY 2011)
FAR 52.223-10, WASTE REDUCTION PROGRAM (MAY 2011)
FAR 52.223-15 ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN ENERGY-CONSUMING PRODUCTS (DEC 2007)
FAR 52.223-17 AFFIRMATIVE PROCUREMENT OF EPA-DESIGNATED ITEMS IN SERVICE AND CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS (MAY 2008)
FAR 52.225-25, PROHIBITION ON CONTRACTING WITH ENTITIES ENGAGING IN CERTAIN ACTIVITIES OR TRANSACTIONS RELATING TO IRAN-REPRESENTATION AND CERTIFICATIONS (DEC 2012)
52.228-5, INSURANCE - WORK ON A GOVERNMENT INSTALLATION (JAN 1997) A COPY OF YOUR CERTIFICATE MUST BE INCLUDED WITH YOUR QUOTE
FAR 52.232-40, Providing Accelerated Payments To Small Business Subcontractors (DEC 2013)
FAR 52.237-2, Protection of Government Buildings, Equipment, and Vegetation (APR 1984)
FAR 52.242-15, Stop-Work Order (AUG 1989)
FAR 52.252-5 AUTHORIZED DEVIATIONS IN PROVISIONS (APR 1984)
(a) The use in this solicitation of any Federal Acquisition Regulation (48 CFR Chapter 1) provision with an authorized deviation is indicated by the addition of "(DEVIATION)" after the date of the provision.
(b) The use in this solicitation of any Commerce Acquisition Regulation (48 CFR Chapter 1352) provision with an authorized deviation is indicated by the addition of "(DEVIATION)" after the name of the regulation.
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FAR 52.252-6 AUTHORIZED DEVIATIONS IN CLAUSES (APR 1984)
(a) The use in this solicitation or contract of any Federal Acquisition Regulation (48 CFR Chapter 1) clause with an authorized deviation is indicated by the addition of "(DEVIATION)" after the date of the clause.
(b) The use in this solicitation or contract of Commerce Acquisition Regulation (48 CFR Chapter 1352) clause with an authorized deviation is indicated by the addition of "(DEVIATION)" after the name of the regulation.
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RFQ FAR DEVIATION - REPRESENTATION BY CORPORATIONS REGARDING AN UNPAID DELINQUENT TAX LIABILITY OR A FELONY CONVICTION UNDER ANY FEDERAL LAW (CLASS DEVIATION) (MARCH 2015)
(1) In accordance with Sections 744 and 745 of Division E, Title VII, of the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015 (Pub. L. 113-235), none of the funds made available by the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015 funding may be used to enter into a contract with any corporation that-
(a) Was convicted of a felony criminal violation under any Federal law within the preceding 24 months, where an awarding agency is aware of the conviction, unless the agency has considered suspension or debarment of the corporation and has made a determination that this further action is not necessary to protect the interests of the Government, or
(b) Has any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the authority responsible for collecting the tax liability, where the awarding agency is aware of the unpaid tax liability, unless the agency has considered suspension or debarment of the corporation and made a determination that this further action is not necessary to protect the interests of the Government.
(2) The Offeror represents that, as of the date of this offer -
(a) It is [ ] is not [ ] a corporation that was convicted of a felony criminal violation under a Federal law within the preceding 24 months.
(b) It is [ ] is not [ ] a corporation that has any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the authority responsible for collecting the tax liability.
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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE CLAUSES - FOR FULL TEXT OF A COMMERCE ACQUISITION CLAUSE OR PROVISION YOU MAY GO TO THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE, http://www.osec.doc.gov/oam/acquistion_management/policy/default.htm:
CAR 1352.201-70, Contracting Officer's Authority (APRIL 2010)
CAR 1352.209-73, Compliance with the Laws (APRIL 2010)
CAR 1352.209-74, Organizational Conflict Of Interest (APRIL 2010)
CAR 1352.237-71, Security Processing Requirements - Low Risk Contracts (APR 2010)
CAR 1352.233-70, Agency Protests (APRIL 2010)
(a) An agency protest may be filed with either: (1) the contracting officer, or (2) at a level above the contracting officer, with the appropriate agency Protest Decision Authority. See 64 Fed. Reg. 16,651 (April 6, 1999)
(b) Agency protests filed with the Contracting Officer shall be sent to the following address:
Suzanne A. Romberg-Garrett
NOAA/AGO Western Acquisition Division-Boulder
325 Broadway SOU6
Boulder, CO 80305
(a) Agency protests filed with the agency Protest Decision Authority shall be sent to the following address:
Senior Procurement Executive and
Director, Office of Acquisition Management
U.S. Department of Commerce
Herbert C. Hoover Building
14th Street and Constitution Avenue, N.W.
Washington DC 20230
(d) A complete copy of all agency protests, including all attachments, shall be served upon the Contract Law Division of the Office of the General Counsel within one day of filing a protest with either the Contracting Officer or the Protest Decision Authority.
(e) Service upon the Contract Law Division shall be made as follows:
U.S. Department of Commerce
Office of the General Counsel
Chief, Contract Law Division
Herbert C. Hoover Building
14th Street and Constitution Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20230.
FAX: (202) 482-5858
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CAR 1352.233-71, GAO and Court of Federal Claims protests (APRIL 2010)
(a) A protest may be filed with either the Government Accountability Office (GAO) or the Court of Federal Claims unless an agency protest has been filed.
(b) A complete copy of all GAO or Court of Federal Claims protests, including all attachments, shall be served upon (i) the Contracting Officer, and (ii) the Contract Law Division of the Office of the General Counsel, within one day of filing a protest with either GAO or the Court of Federal Claims.
(c) Service upon the Contract Law Division shall be made as follows:
U.S. Department of Commerce
Office of the General Counsel
Chief, Contract Law Division
Herbert C. Hoover Building
14th Street and Constitution Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20230.
FAX: (202) 482-5858
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(XIV) Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) and assigned rating does not apply.
(XV) Quotes are required to be received in the contracting office no later than 4:00 P.M. MST ON 6/29/2015. All quotes must be faxed or emailed (preferred) to the attention of Suzanne Romberg-Garrett. The fax number is 303- 497-3163 and email address is Suzanne.Garrett@noaa.gov.
(XVI) Any questions regarding this solicitation should be directed to Suzanne Garrett's email address of Suzanne.firstname.lastname@example.org.
STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW) - JANITORIAL
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (DOC)
NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION (NOAA)
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS)
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE (WFO) ATLANTA (PEACHTREE) GEORGIA
PURCHASE REQUEST NWWP9219-15-04029
BASE YEAR FOR A TWELVE MONTH PERIOD 9/1/2015 THROUGH 8/31/2016.
OPTION PERIOD 1 FOR A TWELVE MONTH PERIOD 9/1/2016 THROUGH 8/31/2017.
OPTION PERIOD 2 FOR A TWELVE MONTH PERIOD 9/1/2017 THROUGH 8/31/2018.
OPTION PERIOD 3 FOR A TWELVE MONTH PERIOD 9/1/2018 THROUGH 8/31/2019.
OPTION PERIOD 4 FOR A TWELVE MONTH PERIOD 9/1/2019 THROUGH 8/31/2020.
1. The contractor shall be responsible for satisfactorily managing and performing programs for cleaning as specified herein at the following location:
National Weather Service Office
4 Falcon Drive
Peachtree, GA 30269
The NWS Office is a 24 hour 7 day a week operation.
All cleaning under this contract is required to meet the quality and performance standards as identified. The majority of the cleaning at this location shall be accomplished between the hours of 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and Saturday, Federal holidays excluded, unless specifically approved by the Meteorologist in Charge. This time frame provides the least amount of disruption on operational and administration job duties.
Total area of facility to be cleaned is approximately 8,500 square feet which contains 47 employees. There is 2,453 square feet of carpeted area.
2. Primary Responsibility
The Meteorologist in Charge (MIC) - *The official is referred to throughout the Specifications as the "MIC". There are three MICs.
• KEITH.STELLMAN@NOAA.GOV 770-486-1133 X222
• DAN.COLLIS@NOAA.GOV 770-486-1133 X271
• REGGINA.CABRERA@NOAA.GOV 770-486-0028
If any of the services do not conform to contract requirements, the Government may require the Contractor to perform the services again in conformity with contract requirements, at no increase in contract amount or the price of the contract may be reduced to reflect the reduced value of services performed. If the defects in services are not corrected by re-performance, the Government may require the Contractor to take necessary action to ensure that future performance conforms to contract requirements.
3. Equipment, Materials, and Supplies
All equipment, materials, and supplies (MSDS for chemicals) shall be furnished by the Contractor and properly stored in the areas designated by the MIC including paper towels, toilet paper, paper toilet seat covers and dispenser, hand soap, waste basket and trash can liners, cleaning supplies, and cleaning equipment. All products used are to be environmentally friendly and a list and Material Safety Data Sheets of these products will be supplied to the MIC for approval. The products are to be non-toxic, biodegradable, and made from renewable sources (not petroleum) to promote a healthy and green cleaning environment. Services performed under this contract shall be performed during hours approved by the MIC. NOTE: All paper products shall be made of recovered materials as per EPA guidelines at the following website: www.epa.gov/epawaste/conserve/tools/cpg/products/tissue.htm.
Materials Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) must be provided by the contractor to the MIC or Administrative Assistant (ASA) at each office, where the information will be kept on file in accordance with applicable guidelines of the OSHA Hazard Communications Standard. Requirements pertaining to recordkeeping will be strictly followed, with copy(s) provided to MIC as necessary and upon request.
Recycling is handled by the Government.
4. Security Background Investigations
Personnel security investigations are required for all contractors entering the site per CAR clause 1352.237-71 Security Processing Requirements - Low Risk (Apr 2010).
Five days prior to the contract start date, the Contractor shall submit, in writing, the name of the Site Manager and an alternate to the Contracting Officer. The Contractor shall supply telephone, cell phone, and/or pager numbers to the MIC for use in contacting the Site Manager. The Site Manager shall conduct overall management coordination and shall be the central point of contact with the Government for performance of all work under this contract. The Site Manager shall be authorized to receive any notices of deficiency in contract performance. The notices may include, but not be limited to, the following: non-performance of work, deficiencies in work performed and notices of proposed payment deductions due to the above. The Site Manager shall be available weekdays, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., within 2 hours to meet at the facility to discuss problem areas.
JANITORIAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE
WFO PEACHTREE GEORGIA
5. Conduct of Work
Services under this contract must be performed in such a way that there will be no interruption to, interference with, the normal operation of Government business on the premises.
The contractor shall be responsible for satisfactorily managing and performing programs for cleaning as specified. All equipment, materials and supplies (MSDS for chemicals) shall be furnished by the contractor including paper towels, bathroom tissue, facial tissue, hand soap, hand sanitizer, deodorizer/sprays, cleaning supplies, and cleaning equipment. Bathroom tissue brands will meet EPA recommendations for recovered fiber content. Healthy and environmentally friendly product that are non-toxic, biodegradable and made from renewable sources (not petroleum) shall be used to promote a healthy and green cleaning environment. Inspection and acceptance of work will be done by the MIC or his designated representative.
The Contractor must ensure employees are physically able to accomplish the work specified herein. All such employees working on Government premises are subject to all applicable Federal rules and regulations with regard to entering and leaving the building(s).
The Contractor must take precautions necessary for the protection against injury of all persons engaged at the site. Applicable Department of Labor and Occupational Safety and Health Standards will be taken into consideration in the performance of this contract. The Contractor will take all reasonable precautions to prevent the escape of fire and to suppress the same.
Services under this contract must be performed in such a way that there will be minimal interruption to, or interference with, the normal operation of Government business on the premises. The Contractor should bring any noted defect, disease or insect infestation of the grounds to the attention of the MIC or designate.
The Contractor should bring any noted defect, disease or insect infestation of the grounds to the attention of the MIC or designate and services under this contract must be performed in such a way that there will be no interruption to, interference with, the normal operation of Government business on the premises.
6. Square Footage/Site Conditions and Cleaning Guidelines
The area covered by this contract consists of approximately 8,500 square feet. All rooms in the Weather Service Office main building will be cleaned as per the scope of work SOW:
A. Windows/Glass/Mirror surfaces and coverings shall be clean and free of obvious dirt, dust streaks and smudges. As needed on a daily basis, clean the interior of all windows in the main entryway of the facility. Windows are located in the WFO. Glass doors shall be cleaned daily around push bars and remove hand and/or finger prints. Janitor shall wash both sides of all interior and exterior building windows, including spandrel glass over and in exterior and vestibule doors, and all plate glass around entrances, lobbies and vestibules. Washed glass shall be clean and free of dirt, grime, streaks and excessive moisture. The Contractor shall clean all windows. Due to the numerous sizes, shapes, and types of windows, involved, no further information is provided in these specifications as to the number or size of windows. Please refer to heading "Itemized Services Requirement" table.
B. Furniture and all surfaces fewer than 70 inches shall be free of obvious dust and dirt.
C. Dusting: All horizontal, vertical, light fixture and furniture surfaces shall be cleaned of obvious dust, including all tables in operations areas and behind monitors general dusting with a treated dust cloth, to remove cobwebs along ceiling, baseboards, corners, floor corners, and windows is required. All other window sills shall be periodically cleaned to ensure a dust-free appearance, sofas, chairs, and the tables in the reception area of WFO shall be cleaned and dusted as needed to ensure dust free appearance. Fabric covered sofas and chairs in the reception areas should be vacuumed monthly. Main lobbies and high public use areas shall be free of all paper, trash, empty bottles and other discarded material. Wall hung and floor type trash receptacles shall be neat and presentable. There shall be no evidence of wads of gum, spots of tar or wet areas of any foreign substances.
D. All carpets shall be clean and free of dirt, debris and obvious spots and stains. Carpet spotting should be accomplished as needed.
• Vacuum all carpets and floors, extending the vacuuming to remove obvious dirt from, around, and under furniture. It may be necessary to move some furniture in order to vacuum or an appropriate attachment to the cleaner may serve this purpose. For the purpose of this contract, whenever the term carpet or carpeting is used, it is intended to include wall -to-wall carpeting as well as room size rugs and area rugs located in walkways and foyers. Carpet surfaces, including comers, shall be clean and free from dust balls, dirt and other debris; nap on carpets shall lie in one direction upon completion of the vacuuming task. Main lobbies and high public use areas shall be free from all loose soil, sand, mud, footprints, and present a neat appearance at all times. Because these are high usage areas, contractor should be aware that it will be necessary to vacuum these areas up to once a day. These areas should be inspected each day to ensure they are presentable and neat in appearance.
• All areas accessible to the vacuum cleaner shall be vacuumed. Chairs, trash receptacles, and easily removable items shall be moved to maintain floors underneath.
• Spot Carpet Cleaning - Excessive buildup or crusted material shall be removed along with spots, smears and stains. There shall be no evidence of fuzzing caused by harsh rubbing or brushing. Cleaned areas shall blend with adjacent areas of carpeting. Spots and stains which cannot be removed and appear to be permanent must be called immediately to the COTR's attention. Additional cleaning of these areas may be required under Utility Staff-Hours.
o All tears, burns, and raveling shall be brought to the immediate attention of the MIC. Every effort shall be made to ensure that furniture and baseboards are not struck with equipment any marks on such, shall be immediately removed by the Contractor. Contractor shall provide adequate clean vacuum bags to keep dust to a minimum.
o Some carpet areas in the WFO are "raised floor areas" and these areas are covered with carpet and/or floor tile and the contractor must take extra precaution when cleaning these areas to ensure that no water whatsoever is allowed to enter the sub-flooring area. The sub-flooring area contains computer and electrical wiring and must be protected from all water or other cleaning materials. No cleaning is required under these floor areas and the space under these floors is not covered under this contract.
• Carpet Shampooing - Shampoo carpets in all offices, hallways/foyers, and all other areas where carpets exist. No residue is to remain in/on the carpet. All spots and high traffic areas are to be pre-treated to provide for even cleaning. All walls, baseboards, furniture, and other surfaces shall be free of any residue and marks from the equipment. All nap is to lie in one direction upon completion of the task. The Contractor will be allowed access to the Government facility if necessary on a scheduled weekend in order to accomplish the shampooing to assure minimum disruption of work by employees at the site. The date shall be agreed upon by the COTR, and the Contractor in advance. Carpet spotting shall be accomplished as needed to meet the quality standard.
E. Vacuuming: Vacuum all carpets and floors, extending the vacuuming to remove obvious dirt from, around, and under furniture. It may be necessary to move some furniture in order to vacuum or an appropriate attachment to the cleaner may serve this purpose. For the purpose of this contract, whenever the term carpet or carpeting is used, it is intended to include wall -to-wall carpeting as well as room size rugs and area rugs located in walkways and foyers. Carpet surfaces, including comers, shall be clean and free from dust balls, dirt and other debris; nap on carpets shall lie in one direction upon completion of the vacuuming task.
F. Resilient flooring shall be maintained at a high level of luster, free of all types of marks. (buffing, stripping and waxing are included in the cost of this contract)
G. Floor Waxing: All resilient floors shall be cleaned and waxed once a year during the month of January. Spot cleaning and waxing shall be performed after that as needed. Electronic Shop, COOP room, and Harden Space have tile floors for which require periodic waxing. The following shall apply: Tile floors are to be swept, and then mopped with a cleansing solution before the floor is stripped and two coats of floor finish are applied. All old finish or wax shall be removed. There shall be no evidence of gum, rust, burns or scuff marks. Black floor staining from chair wheels at work stations must be removed before new wax is applied. There shall be no build up in corners or crevices. Walls, baseboards and other surfaces shall be free of finish residue and marks from the equipment. Floors shall be free of streaks, mop strand marks, and skipped areas. Sealant must adhere to the floor. All floor areas must be evenly coated. Spots and strains shall be eliminated.
• All areas accessible to floor cleaning equipment shall be swept, mopped, and waxed. Chairs, trash receptacles, and easily movable items shall be moved to maintain floors underneath.
• Some carpet areas in the WFO are "raised floor areas." These areas are covered with carpet and/or floor tile and the contractor must take extra precaution when cleaning these areas to ensure that no water whatsoever is allowed to enter the sub-flooring area. The sub-flooring area contains computer and electrical wiring and must be protected from all water or other cleaning materials. No cleaning is required under these floor areas and the space under these floors is not covered under this contract.
H. ADP flooring shall be free of dirt, debris and foreign matter, and damp mopped as the only method of wet cleaning.
I. Drinking fountains and water dispensers shall be cleaned and free of water marks and any other debris or encrustation. Drinking fountains shall be maintained at a high level of sanitation.
J. All trash shall be collected from work areas and removed to an outside location designated by the MIC. Trash and recycling containers shall be lined and kept relatively free of dirt, stains, and debris. All trash removed from the facility shall be disposed of in accordance with Federal, State, and Local jurisdictional laws and regulations governing solid waste disposal, recycling, and landfill operations.
• Trash Pick-up: Trash can liners are to be provided by the Contractor and shall be replaced a minimum of once a week and/or when torn. Liners in kitchen and restroom areas shall be replaced at each pick-up. All surrounding areas shall be free of all paper, trash, empty bottles, and other discarded material. Waste baskets shall be free of dust, debris, and residue. Each trashcan shall be returned to its original place after each pick up.
7. Cleaning and Quality Requirements
A. Restrooms: The following lists of restrooms are to be cleaned in accordance with the quality requirements stated below - 2 Restrooms: 5 commodes, 1 urinal, 1 water fountain, and 5 sinks.
B. Kitchen(s): The following appliances are to be cleaned in accordance with the quality requirements stated below: 1 Sink, 2 Refrigerators/Freezers, 2 Microwaves.
• Clean all fixtures including chrome surfaces (commodes, urinals, shower, sinks, mirrors, waste receptacles, shelving, dispensers, and wall and floor surfaces) utilizing cleaner disinfectant.
• Fixtures and surfaces (sinks, urinals, commodes, shower, etc.) shall be clean and bright; there shall be no dust, or water spots, stains, rust, mold, encrustation, or excess moisture. Mirrors shall be clean and free of dirt, dust, streaks, and spots. In the event of a clogged commode or sink drain, the Contractor shall clear the stoppage 'With a Government supplied plunger and notify the Contracting Officer Representative (COTR) for permanent repair.
• In order to keep drain trap filled, a gallon of water needs to be poured in restroom floor drain daily.
• Ensure soap dispensers are filled.
• Contractor shall wipe and clean the full surface area of all bathroom stall partitions, doors, window frames, sills, and wastepaper receptacles utilizing a multi-purpose disinfectant-deodorizer. All dirt, dust, water stains, spots, streaks, and smudges shall be removed from the surfaces.
• Floor surfaces shall be swept, mopped, and disinfected. Floors, including corners and areas behind commodes shall be clean and free of dirt and streaks. All restroom floors shall be waxed. Restrooms shall be cleaned and disinfected to maintain all fixtures at a high level of shine and cleanliness. Floors shall be sanitized and maintained to ensure that there is not a buildup of dirt, debris, or bacteria. Partitions and walls shall be free of obvious dirt, graffiti, dust or any other extraneous matter. Toilet supplies shall be replenished as needed to maintain an adequate supply at all times. Trash and sanitary napkins shall be collected and disposed of at a location designated by the MIC. NOTE: Due to the health implications and requirement for restrooms to be sanitized, restrooms shall be cleaned and sanitized daily.
D. Ready Room Cleaning shall be cleaned. Appliances, fixtures and surfaces shall be clean and bright; there shall be no dust, or water spots, stains, rust, mold, encrustation, or excess moisture. Ensure soap dispensers are filled. All counters, tables, chairs, sink, refrigerator (inside minimum monthly or as needed and outside daily), and microwave (inside and out), shall be free of stains, smudges, streaks and other foreign matter.
• Refrigerator/Freezer Cleaning: The refrigerator/freezer shall be cleaned utilizing an appropriate cleaner-disinfectant. All surfaces, sides, shelving, doors, ice compartments, butter/egg compartments, etc., shall be cleaned and disinfected. All old /non-label items shall be thrown away. Labeled items expiration date shall be checked and thrown away if it has expired date. Please refer to the "Itemized Services Requirement" table for the refrigerator/freezer cleaning schedule.
E. Metal and wood surfaces shall be cleaned and polished to obtain a uniform luster and protect the wood or metal.
F. Venetian blinds or coverings shall have cords and both sides of blind slats free of obvious dust, dirt, grime and water spots.
G. High cleaning surfaces above 70 inches shall be free of obvious dust, cobwebs, or any other extraneous matter (interior only). Duct vents should be physically removed from ceiling tiles and washed.
H. All other space not specifically mentioned and covered by this contract shall be free of obvious dirt, debris, and present an overall appearance of cleanliness.
I. Paper products shall be replaced/replenished to the following minimum standards: Toilet paper rolls next to each commode shall be kept at least half full, and each commode shall have a least one full back-up roll on the appropriate type of holder. All paper towel dispensers shall be replenished at least three quarters full with appropriately sized paper towels.
J. Interior Vents (Air Return/ Exhaust Fan Vents) shall be clean vacuum or wash as needed.
Windows/Glass/Mirror surfaces and coverings
- All entry/exit & operations door glass
- All Interior and Exterior Window/Doors Glass
- Once Each Day
- Once a month
Dusting Once Each Day
Spot Carpet Cleaning As Needed
Carpet Shampooing (January and June) Twice each year
Vacuuming Once Each Day
Floor Waxing Twice each year
Floor Cleaning Once Each Day
Drinking Fountains and Water Dispensers Once Each Day
Trash Pick-Up Once Each Day
Recycling Services Once Each Day
Restroom and Upper Air Storage Cleaning Once Each Day
Ready Room Cleaning Once Each Day
Refrigerators/Freezers Cleaning Once a month. To be completed at the beginning of each month
Microwaves Once Each Week
Venetian blinds or Coverings Once Each Week
High cleaning surfaces Bi-Weekly
Interior Vents (Air Return/ Exhaust Fan Vents) Once a month
The vendor will bill on a monthly basis in arrears.
L. Observance of Legal Holidays and Site Closure Information
The Contractor hereby agrees to observe the following Federal holidays, plus any other day off work designated by Federal Statute, by Executive Order, or by Presidential proclamation:
New Year's Day Labor Day
Martin Luther King's Birthday Columbus Day
President's Day Veteran's Day
Memorial Day Thanksgiving Day
Independence Day Christmas Day
When any holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday is observed; when any holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday is observed. All personnel assigned to this contract shall limit their observation of holidays to those set forth above.
In each instance, the Contractor agrees to continue to provide sufficient personnel to perform requirements of any critical tasks already in operation or scheduled, and shall be guided by the instructions issued by the Contracting Officer or the MIC. In the event of a site dismissal or closure due to weather, emergency or other circumstances, the contractor is instructed to contact the MIC or Alternate MIC for guidance.
WD 05-2133 (Rev.-14) was first posted on www.wdol.gov on 12/30/2014
REGISTER OF WAGE DETERMINATIONS UNDER | U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT | EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION
By direction of the Secretary of Labor | WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
| WASHINGTON D.C. 20210
| Wage Determination No.: 2005-2133
Diane C. Koplewski Division of | Revision No.: 14
Director Wage Determinations| Date Of Revision: 12/22/2014
Note: Executive Order (EO) 13658 establishes an hourly minimum wage of $10.10
for 2015 that applies to all contracts subject to the Service Contract Act for
which the solicitation is issued on or after January 1, 2015. If this contract
is covered by the EO, the contractor must pay all workers in any
classification listed on this wage determination at least $10.10 (or the
applicable wage rate listed on this wage determination, if it is higher) for
all hours spent performing on the contract. The EO minimum wage rate will be
adjusted annually. Additional information on contractor requirements and
worker protections under the EO is available at www.dol.gov/whd/govcontracts.
Area: Georgia Counties of Banks, Barrow, Bartow, Butts, Carroll, Chattooga,
Cherokee, Clarke, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dawson, De Kalb, Douglas, Fannin,
Fayette, Floyd, Forsyth, Franklin, Fulton, Gilmer, Gordon, Greene, Gwinnett,
Habersham, Hall, Haralson, Henry, Jackson, Lumpkin, Madison, Morgan, Murray,
Newton, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Paulding, Pickens, Polk, Rabun, Rockdale, Spalding,
Stephens, Towns, Union, Walton, White, Whitfield
**Fringe Benefits Required Follow the Occupational Listing**
OCCUPATION CODE - TITLE FOOTNOTE RATE
01000 - Administrative Support And Clerical Occupations
01011 - Accounting Clerk I 13.40
01012 - Accounting Clerk II 15.04
01013 - Accounting Clerk III 17.24
01020 - Administrative Assistant 26.66
01040 - Court Reporter 20.93
01051 - Data Entry Operator I 13.84
01052 - Data Entry Operator II 15.70
01060 - Dispatcher, Motor Vehicle 19.15
01070 - Document Preparation Clerk 13.16
01090 - Duplicating Machine Operator 13.16
01111 - General Clerk I 13.43
01112 - General Clerk II 14.84
01113 - General Clerk III 16.45
01120 - Housing Referral Assistant 21.85
01141 - Messenger Courier 12.60
01191 - Order Clerk I 13.01
01192 - Order Clerk II 14.80
01261 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) I 15.22
01262 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) II 18.55
01263 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) III 20.90
01270 - Production Control Clerk 21.32
01280 - Receptionist 13.41
01290 - Rental Clerk 15.21
01300 - Scheduler, Maintenance 16.13
01311 - Secretary I 16.13
01312 - Secretary II 18.05
01313 - Secretary III 20.13
01320 - Service Order Dispatcher 15.87
01410 - Supply Technician 26.66
01420 - Survey Worker 18.40
01531 - Travel Clerk I 14.22
01532 - Travel Clerk II 15.53
01533 - Travel Clerk III 16.73
01611 - Word Processor I 13.25
01612 - Word Processor II 15.21
01613 - Word Processor III 18.30
05000 - Automotive Service Occupations
05005 - Automobile Body Repairer, Fiberglass 23.36
05010 - Automotive Electrician 21.55
05040 - Automotive Glass Installer 20.18
05070 - Automotive Worker 20.18
05110 - Mobile Equipment Servicer 17.47
05130 - Motor Equipment Metal Mechanic 23.36
05160 - Motor Equipment Metal Worker 20.18
05190 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic 23.36
05220 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic Helper 17.56
05250 - Motor Vehicle Upholstery Worker 19.05
05280 - Motor Vehicle Wrecker 20.18
05310 - Painter, Automotive 21.55
05340 - Radiator Repair Specialist 20.18
05370 - Tire Repairer 13.80
05400 - Transmission Repair Specialist 23.36
07000 - Food Preparation And Service Occupations
07010 - Baker 12.20
07041 - Cook I 11.95
07042 - Cook II 13.58
07070 - Dishwasher 10.24
07130 - Food Service Worker 10.01
07210 - Meat Cutter 13.04
07260 - Waiter/Waitress 8.82
09000 - Furniture Maintenance And Repair Occupations
09010 - Electrostatic Spray Painter 17.47
09040 - Furniture Handler 12.05
09080 - Furniture Refinisher 16.23
09090 - Furniture Refinisher Helper 12.55
09110 - Furniture Repairer, Minor 14.76
09130 - Upholsterer 16.23
11000 - General Services And Support Occupations
11030 - Cleaner, Vehicles 10.14
11060 - Elevator Operator 10.14
11090 - Gardener 15.57
11122 - Housekeeping Aide 10.89
11150 - Janitor 10.89
11210 - Laborer, Grounds Maintenance 11.22
11240 - Maid or Houseman 9.54
11260 - Pruner 13.31
11270 - Tractor Operator 14.11
11330 - Trail Maintenance Worker 11.22
11360 - Window Cleaner 13.54
12000 - Health Occupations
12010 - Ambulance Driver 16.75
12011 - Breath Alcohol Technician 19.89
12012 - Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant 25.49
12015 - Certified Physical Therapist Assistant 23.23
12020 - Dental Assistant 17.07
12025 - Dental Hygienist 33.43
12030 - EKG Technician 22.52
12035 - Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist 22.52
12040 - Emergency Medical Technician 16.75
12071 - Licensed Practical Nurse I 17.72
12072 - Licensed Practical Nurse II 19.89
12073 - Licensed Practical Nurse III 21.97
12100 - Medical Assistant 14.71
12130 - Medical Laboratory Technician 16.93
12160 - Medical Record Clerk 15.08
12190 - Medical Record Technician 16.53
12195 - Medical Transcriptionist 16.01
12210 - Nuclear Medicine Technologist 32.29
12221 - Nursing Assistant I 10.13
12222 - Nursing Assistant II 11.38
12223 - Nursing Assistant III 12.42
12224 - Nursing Assistant IV 13.47
12235 - Optical Dispenser 17.05
12236 - Optical Technician 15.13
12250 - Pharmacy Technician 14.87
12280 - Phlebotomist 13.47
12305 - Radiologic Technologist 25.09
12311 - Registered Nurse I 24.94
12312 - Registered Nurse II 29.25
12313 - Registered Nurse II, Specialist 29.25
12314 - Registered Nurse III 35.38
12315 - Registered Nurse III, Anesthetist 35.38
12316 - Registered Nurse IV 42.41
12317 - Scheduler (Drug and Alcohol Testing) 20.09
13000 - Information And Arts Occupations
13011 - Exhibits Specialist I 20.57
13012 - Exhibits Specialist II 23.52
13013 - Exhibits Specialist III 28.34
13041 - Illustrator I 20.89
13042 - Illustrator II 23.52
13043 - Illustrator III 28.34
13047 - Librarian 28.28
13050 - Library Aide/Clerk 13.39
13054 - Library Information Technology Systems 25.27
13058 - Library Technician 15.42
13061 - Media Specialist I 18.42
13062 - Media Specialist II 20.62
13063 - Media Specialist III 22.98
13071 - Photographer I 14.44
13072 - Photographer II 15.01
13073 - Photographer III 18.59
13074 - Photographer IV 22.40
13075 - Photographer V 24.90
13110 - Video Teleconference Technician 17.50
14000 - Information Technology Occupations
14041 - Computer Operator I 17.20
14042 - Computer Operator II 19.24
14043 - Computer Operator III 21.45
14044 - Computer Operator IV 23.84
14045 - Computer Operator V 26.40
14071 - Computer Programmer I (see 1) 25.09
14072 - Computer Programmer II (see 1) 25.31
14073 - Computer Programmer III (see 1)
14074 - Computer Programmer IV (see 1)
14101 - Computer Systems Analyst I (see 1)
14102 - Computer Systems Analyst II (see 1)
14103 - Computer Systems Analyst III (see 1)
14150 - Peripheral Equipment Operator 17.20
14160 - Personal Computer Support Technician 23.84
15000 - Instructional Occupations
15010 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Non-Rated) 28.93
15020 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Rated) 35.00
15030 - Air Crew Training Devices Instructor (Pilot) 41.95
15050 - Computer Based Training Specialist / Instructor 28.93
15060 - Educational Technologist 33.91
15070 - Flight Instructor (Pilot) 39.94
15080 - Graphic Artist 24.69
15090 - Technical Instructor 23.83
15095 - Technical Instructor/Course Developer 29.15
15110 - Test Proctor 19.24
15120 - Tutor 19.24
16000 - Laundry, Dry-Cleaning, Pressing And Related Occupations
16010 - Assembler 9.81
16030 - Counter Attendant 9.81
16040 - Dry Cleaner 12.93
16070 - Finisher, Flatwork, Machine 9.81
16090 - Presser, Hand 9.81
16110 - Presser, Machine, Drycleaning 9.81
16130 - Presser, Machine, Shirts 9.81
16160 - Presser, Machine, Wearing Apparel, Laundry 9.81
16190 - Sewing Machine Operator 14.02
16220 - Tailor 15.09
16250 - Washer, Machine 10.97
19000 - Machine Tool Operation And Repair Occupations
19010 - Machine-Tool Operator (Tool Room) 15.46
19040 - Tool And Die Maker 22.45
21000 - Materials Handling And Packing Occupations
21020 - Forklift Operator 14.74
21030 - Material Coordinator 19.67
21040 - Material Expediter 19.67
21050 - Material Handling Laborer 13.01
21071 - Order Filler 13.62
21080 - Production Line Worker (Food Processing) 14.74
21110 - Shipping Packer 13.86
21130 - Shipping/Receiving Clerk 14.47
21140 - Store Worker I 11.48
21150 - Stock Clerk 16.46
21210 - Tools And Parts Attendant 14.74
21410 - Warehouse Specialist 14.74
23000 - Mechanics And Maintenance And Repair Occupations
23010 - Aerospace Structural Welder 26.76
23021 - Aircraft Mechanic I 25.12
23022 - Aircraft Mechanic II 26.76
23023 - Aircraft Mechanic III 28.32
23040 - Aircraft Mechanic Helper 17.97
23050 - Aircraft, Painter 22.08
23060 - Aircraft Servicer 20.63
23080 - Aircraft Worker 21.95
23110 - Appliance Mechanic 18.74
23120 - Bicycle Repairer 12.83
23125 - Cable Splicer 21.54
23130 - Carpenter, Maintenance 20.20
23140 - Carpet Layer 17.91
23160 - Electrician, Maintenance 22.60
23181 - Electronics Technician Maintenance I 21.00
23182 - Electronics Technician Maintenance II 24.64
23183 - Electronics Technician Maintenance III 26.34
23260 - Fabric Worker 15.61
23290 - Fire Alarm System Mechanic 17.94
23310 - Fire Extinguisher Repairer 14.43
23311 - Fuel Distribution System Mechanic 22.06
23312 - Fuel Distribution System Operator 16.26
23370 - General Maintenance Worker 17.92
23380 - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic 25.12
23381 - Ground Support Equipment Servicer 20.63
23382 - Ground Support Equipment Worker 21.95
23391 - Gunsmith I 18.65
23392 - Gunsmith II 20.94
23393 - Gunsmith III 21.98
23410 - Heating, Ventilation And Air-Conditioning 20.81
23411 - Heating, Ventilation And Air Contditioning 21.85
Mechanic (Research Facility)
23430 - Heavy Equipment Mechanic 21.25
23440 - Heavy Equipment Operator 18.92
23460 - Instrument Mechanic 23.76
23465 - Laboratory/Shelter Mechanic 18.31
23470 - Laborer 11.70
23510 - Locksmith 15.46
23530 - Machinery Maintenance Mechanic 20.58
23550 - Machinist, Maintenance 18.32
23580 - Maintenance Trades Helper 13.78
23591 - Metrology Technician I 22.45
23592 - Metrology Technician II 23.91
23593 - Metrology Technician III 25.31
23640 - Millwright 22.37
23710 - Office Appliance Repairer 20.06
23760 - Painter, Maintenance 17.36
23790 - Pipefitter, Maintenance 21.57
23810 - Plumber, Maintenance 20.54
23820 - Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic 19.57
23850 - Rigger 21.30
23870 - Scale Mechanic 17.11
23890 - Sheet-Metal Worker, Maintenance 19.19
23910 - Small Engine Mechanic 16.93
23931 - Telecommunications Mechanic I 26.53
23932 - Telecommunications Mechanic II 29.28
23950 - Telephone Lineman 20.47
23960 - Welder, Combination, Maintenance 16.33
23965 - Well Driller 17.53
23970 - Woodcraft Worker 19.57
23980 - Woodworker 13.76
24000 - Personal Needs Occupations
24570 - Child Care Attendant 10.36
24580 - Child Care Center Clerk 12.63
24610 - Chore Aide 10.93
24620 - Family Readiness And Support Services 14.03
24630 - Homemaker 16.76
25000 - Plant And System Operations Occupations
25010 - Boiler Tender 21.71
25040 - Sewage Plant Operator 17.93
25070 - Stationary Engineer 21.71
25190 - Ventilation Equipment Tender 13.51
25210 - Water Treatment Plant Operator 17.93
27000 - Protective Service Occupations
27004 - Alarm Monitor 14.85
27007 - Baggage Inspector 12.47
27008 - Corrections Officer 14.99
27010 - Court Security Officer 17.55
27030 - Detection Dog Handler 16.44
27040 - Detention Officer 15.32
27070 - Firefighter 17.97
27101 - Guard I 12.47
27102 - Guard II 16.44
27131 - Police Officer I 19.70
27132 - Police Officer II 21.89
28000 - Recreation Occupations
28041 - Carnival Equipment Operator 10.92
28042 - Carnival Equipment Repairer 12.69
28043 - Carnival Equpment Worker 8.19
28210 - Gate Attendant/Gate Tender 15.26
28310 - Lifeguard 11.33
28350 - Park Attendant (Aide) 17.08
28510 - Recreation Aide/Health Facility Attendant 10.14
28515 - Recreation Specialist 13.65
28630 - Sports Official 12.93
28690 - Swimming Pool Operator 18.99
29000 - Stevedoring/Longshoremen Occupational Services
29010 - Blocker And Bracer 19.62
29020 - Hatch Tender 19.62
29030 - Line Handler 19.62
29041 - Stevedore I 18.07
29042 - Stevedore II 20.99
30000 - Technical Occupations
30010 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Center (HFO) (see 2) 37.30
30011 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Station (HFO) (see 2) 25.78
30012 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Terminal (HFO) (see 2) 28.38
30021 - Archeological Technician I 19.76
30022 - Archeological Technician II 21.45
30023 - Archeological Technician III 27.39
30030 - Cartographic Technician 26.56
30040 - Civil Engineering Technician 19.26
30061 - Drafter/CAD Operator I 19.76
30062 - Drafter/CAD Operator II 21.45
30063 - Drafter/CAD Operator III 23.91
30064 - Drafter/CAD Operator IV 29.42
30081 - Engineering Technician I 16.64
30082 - Engineering Technician II 20.00
30083 - Engineering Technician III 20.90
30084 - Engineering Technician IV 26.47
30085 - Engineering Technician V 31.68
30086 - Engineering Technician VI 37.02
30090 - Environmental Technician 22.75
30210 - Laboratory Technician 17.80
30240 - Mathematical Technician 25.03
30361 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant I 19.41
30362 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant II 24.05
30363 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant III 29.41
30364 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant IV 35.56
30390 - Photo-Optics Technician 26.56
30461 - Technical Writer I 26.07
30462 - Technical Writer II 30.07
30463 - Technical Writer III 36.37
30491 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician I 23.76
30492 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician II 28.74
30493 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician III 34.45
30494 - Unexploded (UXO) Safety Escort 23.76
30495 - Unexploded (UXO) Sweep Personnel 23.76
30620 - Weather Observer, Combined Upper Air Or (see 2) 23.91
30621 - Weather Observer, Senior (see 2) 27.39
31000 - Transportation/Mobile Equipment Operation Occupations
31020 - Bus Aide 11.49
31030 - Bus Driver 17.43
31043 - Driver Courier 13.94
31260 - Parking and Lot Attendant 9.40
31290 - Shuttle Bus Driver 15.38
31310 - Taxi Driver 10.70
31361 - Truckdriver, Light 15.38
31362 - Truckdriver, Medium 16.81
31363 - Truckdriver, Heavy 20.87
31364 - Truckdriver, Tractor-Trailer 20.87
99000 - Miscellaneous Occupations
99030 - Cashier 9.25
99050 - Desk Clerk 10.05
99095 - Embalmer 26.90
99251 - Laboratory Animal Caretaker I 10.03
99252 - Laboratory Animal Caretaker II 11.03
99310 - Mortician 29.59
99410 - Pest Controller 14.59
99510 - Photofinishing Worker 16.45
99710 - Recycling Laborer 15.00
99711 - Recycling Specialist 18.87
99730 - Refuse Collector 13.06
99810 - Sales Clerk 13.50
99820 - School Crossing Guard 13.53
99830 - Survey Party Chief 20.64
99831 - Surveying Aide 12.11
99832 - Surveying Technician 17.05
99840 - Vending Machine Attendant 11.69
99841 - Vending Machine Repairer 14.27
99842 - Vending Machine Repairer Helper 11.69
ALL OCCUPATIONS LISTED ABOVE RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:
HEALTH & WELFARE: $4.02 per hour or $160.80 per week or $696.79 per month
VACATION: 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year of service with a contractor or
successor; and 3 weeks after 8 years. Length of service includes the whole span of
continuous service with the present contractor or successor, wherever employed, and
with the predecessor contractors in the performance of similar work at the same
Federal facility. (Reg. 29 CFR 4.173)
HOLIDAYS: A minimum of ten paid holidays per year, New Year's Day, Martin Luther
King Jr's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor
Day, Columbus Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. (A
contractor may substitute for any of the named holidays another day off with pay in
accordance with a plan communicated to the employees involved.) (See 29 CFR 4174)
THE OCCUPATIONS WHICH HAVE NUMBERED FOOTNOTES IN PARENTHESES RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING:
1) COMPUTER EMPLOYEES: Under the SCA at section 8(b), this wage determination does
not apply to any employee who individually qualifies as a bona fide executive,
administrative, or professional employee as defined in 29 C.F.R. Part 541. Because
most Computer System Analysts and Computer Programmers who are compensated at a rate
not less than $27.63 (or on a salary or fee basis at a rate not less than $455 per
week) an hour would likely qualify as exempt computer professionals, (29 C.F.R. 541.
400) wage rates may not be listed on this wage determination for all occupations
within those job families. In addition, because this wage determination may not
list a wage rate for some or all occupations within those job families if the survey
data indicates that the prevailing wage rate for the occupation equals or exceeds
$27.63 per hour conformances may be necessary for certain nonexempt employees. For
example, if an individual employee is nonexempt but nevertheless performs duties
within the scope of one of the Computer Systems Analyst or Computer Programmer
occupations for which this wage determination does not specify an SCA wage rate,
then the wage rate for that employee must be conformed in accordance with the
conformance procedures described in the conformance note included on this wage
Additionally, because job titles vary widely and change quickly in the computer
industry, job titles are not determinative of the application of the computer
professional exemption. Therefore, the exemption applies only to computer employees
who satisfy the compensation requirements and whose primary duty consists of:
(1) The application of systems analysis techniques and procedures, including
consulting with users, to determine hardware, software or system functional
(2) The design, development, documentation, analysis, creation, testing or
modification of computer systems or programs, including prototypes, based on and
related to user or system design specifications;
(3) The design, documentation, testing, creation or modification of computer
programs related to machine operating systems; or
(4) A combination of the aforementioned duties, the performance of which
requires the same level of skills. (29 C.F.R. 541.400).
2) AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS AND WEATHER OBSERVERS - NIGHT PAY & SUNDAY PAY: If you
work at night as part of a regular tour of duty, you will earn a night differential
and receive an additional 10% of basic pay for any hours worked between 6pm and 6am.
If you are a full-time employed (40 hours a week) and Sunday is part of your
regularly scheduled workweek, you are paid at your rate of basic pay plus a Sunday
premium of 25% of your basic rate for each hour of Sunday work which is not overtime
(i.e. occasional work on Sunday outside the normal tour of duty is considered
HAZARDOUS PAY DIFFERENTIAL: An 8 percent differential is applicable to employees
employed in a position that represents a high degree of hazard when working with or
in close proximity to ordinance, explosives, and incendiary materials. This
includes work such as screening, blending, dying, mixing, and pressing of sensitive
ordance, explosives, and pyrotechnic compositions such as lead azide, black powder
and photoflash powder. All dry-house activities involving propellants or explosives.
Demilitarization, modification, renovation, demolition, and maintenance operations
on sensitive ordnance, explosives and incendiary materials. All operations
involving regrading and cleaning of artillery ranges.
A 4 percent differential is applicable to employees employed in a position that
represents a low degree of hazard when working with, or in close proximity to
ordance, (or employees possibly adjacent to) explosives and incendiary materials
which involves potential injury such as laceration of hands, face, or arms of the
employee engaged in the operation, irritation of the skin, minor burns and the
like; minimal damage to immediate or adjacent work area or equipment being used.
All operations involving, unloading, storage, and hauling of ordance, explosive, and
incendiary ordnance material other than small arms ammunition.