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  • 1. OrionGroupPeople are our business Company Profile
  • 2. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com Index Introduction Who we are Page 2 Our history Page 2 Our mission Page 3 Orlon Group divisions Page 4 Our office locations UK Page 5 International Page 6 Our client portfolio Page 7-8 Our Organisation Office directory UK Page 9 International Page 10-11 Company structure Page 12 Key personnel Page 13-16 Services Provided Recruitment services Page 17 Discipline overview Page 18-19 Value added services Page 20 Business Management Systems Quality policy Page 21 Occupational Health Safety policy Page 22 Environmental policy statement Page 23 Financial overview Page 24 Additional Information Insurance Certificates Page 25-27 Terms Conditions Page 28-33 May2007
  • 3. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com Who we are Established in 1987, byAlan and Linda Savage, the Orion Group achieved consistent growth over the ensuing 20 years to become a global leader in the Employment market place. The Orion Group supplied over 3,000 personnel in the last year with an estimated turnover for the current year of £190 Million. The Group is comprised of Engineering, Construction, Energy, IT Telecomms, Aerospace, Rail, Office and Industrial divisions providing the expert knowledge and quality of service which is synonymous with the Orion brand. Orion has a candidate database in excess of 150,000 and we provide services to a wide range of blue chip and specialised clients. Actively pursuing the most cost effective solutions to staffing we remain fundamentally committed to quality achieving the International ISO 9001:2000 standard before any of our competitors. From an individual member of staff to an entire project team the Orion Group has the expertise and resources to meet your company’s requirements. Our professional staff are committed to providing the best people and service in the employment industry. Contact us today to fulfil your employment resourcing needs. Introduction to the Orion Group Our History With a modern purpose built headquarters in Inverness of 21,000 sq ft, Orion Group has grown from a small employment agency supplying the highland rig construction yards of McDermotts at Ardersier and Highland Fabrication at Nigg to a global supplier of specialist personnel on a worldwide basis. With 9 offices throughout the UK and 28 offices spanning the rest of the world, Orion is in an ideal position to service the Global Marketplace.
  • 4. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com Our Mission Statement Core Objectives: To be the World’s Number One Engineering and Technical Recruitment Agency within five years. To sustain the Orion Group by ensuring that the Divisions become leaders in their geographical and business sectors. To grow the Group from £140m to £200m and increase PBIT from £4m to in excess of £6m in the next 3 years whilst increasing gross margins and improving cash flow. Strategy: Control the business from HQ where four new departments - Strategic Operational Control, International Taxation, Resourcing and Quality Management will work alongside strengthened Accounting, Administration and Payroll Departments. Build up the Engineering, Energy, IT Telecoms, Industrial, Office, Rail and Construction divisions to achieve 50% sector diversification by end 2008. Further diversify the PEOPLE business with complimentary ones – OCCMS and DART Patrol, which are key differentiators and higher margin. Focus on consistency by adherence to the QMS. Continue improving core staff. Continue investment in marketing. Improve internal and external communications. Focus: Keep things simple. Supply more contract staff to more clients and build on the perms business. Finalise investment in the International Operations. Increase Margins. Key differentiators. Signed: Alan Savage, Chairman. Date: 08/01/07
  • 5. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com Orion Group Divisions Engineering Division Orion Engineering was established in 1986 to supply Engineering personnel to the Oil and Gas Industry. Since that time the company has grown significantly and presently has in excess of 3000 personnel on secondment worldwide. Our blue chip client list includes major oil companies such as Shell, BP, Chevron Texaco and Exxon Mobil and major engineering contractors and suppliers such as Technip and Wormald Tyco. The division has offices at various strategic locations throughout the world including Aberdeen, Doha, Houston, Kazakhstan, Lagos, London and Singapore. Energy Division Orion Energy has offices throughout the UK to service clients in the Nuclear and Renewables sector. Orion Energy provides three types of service which include the provision of Professional Technical Staff, Mechanical fabrication and InstallationservicesandDetailedDesignandmulti-disciplined Draughting services. Orion Energy has provided project and project controls personnel to assist on the Dounreay Site Restoration programme of projects. We have also provided project personnel for large projects at Sellafield, for projects at Aldermaston and in the renewables sector. IT Telecomms Division Orion IT and Telecoms provide contract and permanent staff to a varied client base. Our experience has been gained over a 25 year period in the recruitment of voice, data, networking and IT technology recruitment. Primarily focused on the oil and gas industry worldwide we also provide IT and Telecoms personnel to the utility and construction industries. We specialise in the following disciplines from project management to system support: network engineering, installation and commissioning, systems analyst, software development, telecommunications, system design, help desk and PC support, scada and telemetry. Construction Technical Division Orion Construction Engineering (London) provide for Construction, Engineering and Technical personnel within the Greater London area to assist with the development of our ever changing needs within the Construction Utilities, Communications and Transport sectors. Industrial Division Orion Industrial, formerly Orion Project Services originated in 1995 as a result of the Group diversifying into the blue collar sector of Oil and Gas. Recruiting high volumes of personnel at short notice this division has since further diversified to now include industries such as shipbuilding, pipeline construction, manufacturing and automotive. Major Clients include Harland and Wolff, Whyte and MacKay and Caterpillar. Rail Division Orion Rail is Link Up approved for the recruitment and sourcingofprofessional,technicalandprojectmanagement staff. The division is also qualified to undertake minor engineering work contracts, and is an approved supplier of safety critical personnel and PTS labour. Orion Rail also includes training services which delivers Network Rail approved safety training courses, which incorporatemandatorymedicalexaminationsandselective drugs and alcohol screening. The partnership also offers additional courses in railway and operations procedures. Aerospace Division Orion Aerospace was established in 2006, specialising in recruitment solutions to the fast growing aviation industry. Operating internationally, we provide staff to both Civil and Military sectors. Aerospace provide personnel with a broad array of skill typesincludingJARlicencedengineers,mechanicalfitters, avionic specialists, NDT engineers, design engineers, quality management and project management. Office Division Orion Office was founded in 2001. Increasing demand for administration, commercial and secretarial personnel within other Group Divisions coupled with extensive in- houseknowledgeofthesectorhasledtomajorinvestment with dedicated service desks now located in Aberdeen, London, Inverness, Warrington and Glenrothes. Key clients include Marriott, Royal Bank of Scotland and various public sector bodies.
  • 6. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com Our Office Locations - UK Inverness – HQ Aberdeen Fife Newcastle Rochdale London Belfast Warrington Glasgow
  • 7. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com Our Office Locations - Internationally Orion Affliliate Locations Abu Dhabi China Czechoslovakia Egypt Philippines Poland Slovakia South Africa Thailand Orion Group Locations Australia Azerbaijan Canada Dubai Holland Kazakhstan Nigeria Norway Portugal Qatar Russia Sakhalin Island Singapore USA
  • 8. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com Our Client Portfolio A.E.A Sonomatic A.E.A Technology A.O.C. International A.P.G Salamis ABB Lummus Global Acordis Acergy Agip KCO Aker Kvaerner Allott Lomax Altra Engineering Ltd AMEC offshore services Amec Industrial Amerada Hess Amey Mec-Tric Amoco (UK) Exploration Co Anadarko Algeria Corporation Anchor Chemicals Andrew Palmer Associates Apache North Sea Ltd APV Aquidata Excel Ltd ARCO British Ltd Argymak Transport Services Artificial Lift Consortium Atlantic Power Gas Bechtel B.G. Group B.G. Kazakhstan Bodycote Testing Kazakhstan B.P. Amoco B.P. Chemicals B.P. Exploration B.P. International Balfour Beatty Balfour Kilpatrick Bureau Veritas Birse Water Birwelco Blandford Technical Services Bluewater Bord Gais Eireann Bovis Lend Lease Pharmaceutical Bridgewater Paper British Nuclear Fuels Ltd British Pipecoaters Cansco Greig Engineering Ltd Camadale Engineering Carillion CEL Chevron U.K. Ltd Chieftain Insulation Chubb Fire Systems Clarkson Electrical CMS Nomeco Congo Inc. CNR International Coates Harden Clough Smith Rail Clydeport Colas Limited Conoco Phillips Consafe Engineering Services Control Application Costain Environmental Costain Oil Gas Process Ltd Costain Spie – Capag Courtaulds Crown House Crystal Polymers Cundall Dales Marine Services Davy Offshore Day Zimmerman Det Norske Veritas Divex Ltd DNV Drake Scull Dresser Rand DSND U.K. Ltd DUCO UK Ltd DUCO Inc - Houston Dunlop Ltd EDS Elf Congo Elf Enterprise Caledonia Ltd Encana Energetica Energy North Sea ESL Esso Norge A.S. Exxon Mobil Eutech Eng Solutions EWS EVC Evode Ewbank Preece Falck Nutec Ltd First Engineering Fluor Daniel Foster Wheeler Frontier Engineering Gas Council Exploration Ltd Genesis Oil Gas Consultants Gifford Glenmorangie PLC Global Santa Fe Grace Dearborne GEC Alsthom GTSI GPS Gowy Fabrications Haigh Ringrose Halliburton Harland Wolff Hamilton Brothers Helix RDS Limited Hick Hargreaves Hochtief Hydrasun ICI IGL Engineering Ilfords Invensys JP Kenny J R Stansfield Associates Jacobs Engineering James R Knowles Jarvis Facilities Ltd JP Kenny Karachaganak Petroleum Organisation Karazanbasmunai Kazstroiservice KBR KCA Deutag K.D. Process Int. Kellogg Kellogg Brown Root Asia Pacific Kennedy Donkin Kerr McGee (North Sea) Ltd Kvaerner John Brown Kvaerner Oil and Gas Ltd
  • 9. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com Kvaerner Professional Services Land Marine Engineering Ltd Laporte Interox Chemicals Ltd Lighting Electrical Ltd Lloyds Register Lundy Projects Lunden Maersk Co. Ltd Manweb Mapel Marathon Oil UK Mathew Hall McDermott Aberdeen McDermott International McDermott Singapore McDermott Subsea Mobil Modus Moffat 2000 Ltd Montogomery Watson Motherwell Bridge Ltd Morrison PLC MSL Engineering Mtisui Babcock Murphy N.G. Bailey National Nuclear Corporation NEI Clarke Chapman Nexen North West Water Nuclear Electric North Sea Sun Oil Occidental Oceaneering Ltd Odfjell Drilling UK ODL O’Hare AE Partners OIL Engineering Orwell Consultants P.A. Consultancy Pegasus Engineering Petrocanada Petrofac PFD P.S.N. Phillips Petroleum Ltd Press Offshore Production services network Prosafe Production Services QED International Ltd R.M. Parsons Ramco RBG MacGregors Ltd Regal Technology Rotech RW Gregory S.G.S. Santa Fe International Corp. Santa Fe Techserve Ltd Scott Hughes Design Scottish and Southern Energy Scottish Rig Repairers Seadrill Shell Expro Shell Information Tech International Shell Services International Shepherd Gilmour Sigma 3 Simon Carves Simon Drake Automation Snamprogetti Solvay/Interox Sparrows Stewart Engineering Stolt Comex Seaway Subsea 7 Subsea offshore Sun Oil Britain Ltd Sutcliffe Croftshaw Taylor Woodrow TBV Pasco Technip Offshore UK Ltd Technip – France Technip - Singapore Tengizchevoil Texaco North Sea (U.K.) Co Thales Thistle Engineering Thurnall Engineering Total Abu Al Bukhoosh Total E P UK Plc Total Fina Elf Exploration Total South Pars, Iran Tulloch Tuscan Energy (Scotland) Ltd Tyco U.C.B. Sidac Ltd Vauldale Ventron Technology Venture Production Plc Vetco Grey W.S. Atkins W.H. Smith Water Research Council Water Service, Northern Ireland Weatherford Well Dynamics International Ltd Westinghouse Whitbread Breweries White Young Partners Whyte MacKay PLC Wilde Group William Hare Winthrop Engineering Wood Group Engineering Ltd Wood Group Kazakhstan Wood Group / JP Kenny Worley Parsons WS Atkins Oil Gas Zeneca Zenocean Ltd
  • 10. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com Our Organisation UK Office Directory Head / Registered Office Orion House Castle Heather Inverness IV2 6AA Tel: (01463) 230860 Fax: (01463) 236091 Email: inv@orioneng.com Aberdeen 21 Albert Street Aberdeen AB25 1XX Tel: (01224) 632121 Fax: (01224) 640046 Email: abz@orioneng.com Belfast 75 Sydenham Road Belfast N Ireland BT3 9DJ Tel: (02890) 454723 Fax: (02890) 460237 Email: opi@orioneng.com Glasgow 29 - 31 Lister Road Hillington Park Glasgow G52 4BH Tel: (0141) 892 6666 Fax: (0141) 892 6661 Email: ors@orioneng.com Glenrothes 11b Baird House, Newark Road South Eastfield Business Park Glenrothes KY7 4NS Tel: (01592) 775050 Fax: (01592) 775115 Email: fife@orioneng.com Newcastle Quayside Business Development Centre Ouseburn Building Albion Row East Quayside Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 1LL Tel: (0191) 275 5000 Fax: (0191) 238 2104 Email: ots-ne@orioneng.com London 4th Floor, New Derwent House 69-73 Theobalds Road London WC1X 8TA Tel: (020) 7405 6300 Fax: (020) 7405 6301 Email: lon@orioneng.com Rochdale Units 3 4 Reed House Hunters Lane Rochdale OL16 1YL Tel: +44 (0) 1706 713603 Fax: +44 (0) 1706 860659 Email: rochdale@orioneng.com Warrington 9 Springfield Street Warrington WA1 1BB Tel: (01925) 242020 Fax: (01925) 242040 Email: ots@orioneng.com
  • 11. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com10 International Office Locations Almaty - KIS/Orion LLP 201 Room, Building 56a Samal - 2 micro district Almaty Kazakhstan Tel: +7 3272 64 07 94 Email: kaz@orioneng.com Aksai - KIS/Orion LLP Room 37a, Vachta Czech Camp 43 Aksai Kazakhstan Tel: +7 3002 29 67 38 Email: kaz@orioneng.com Aktau - KIS/Orion LLP Office 315-316 Building 23A Microregion 9 Aktau Kazakhstan Tel: +7 3292 52 68 07 Email: kaz@orioneng.com Atyrau - KIS/Orion LLP 48 Azattyk Avenue Business Centre ‘Premier Atyrau’ Atyrau Kazakhstan Tel: +7 3122 35 52 09 Fax: +7 3122 35 48 72 Email: kaz@orioneng.com Australia - Orion Engineering Services (AUST) Unit 5-70 Malaga Drive Malaga W Australia 6090 Email: aus@orioneng.com Tel: +61 8927 069 99 Email: australia@orioneng.com Australia - Chase Orion Pty Ltd PO Box 101 Gold Coast Currumbin Queensland 4223 Tel: +61 75520 4422 Email: australia@orioneng.com Baku - Orion Engineering Services Caspian Ltd Apt. 9, 214 D.Aliyeva Street Baku Azerbaijan Tel: +994 12 598 00 35 Fax:+994 12 493 07 17 Email: orioneng@azeurotel.com Canada - Orion Project Services Ltd Suite 119 126 – 14th Avenue SW Calgary Alberta T2R 0L9 Tel: +1 403 237 8280 Fax: +1 403 237 8270 Toll Free: 1 866 915 8280 (North America) Email: alberta@orioneng.com Dubai - Orion Project Services LLC M-12 Atrium Centre Bank Street Bur Dubai PO Box 113032 Dubai Tel: +971 4 3518146 Fax: +971 4 351 8147 Email: dubai@orioneng.com Holland - Sterk BV Advies Wervingsburo Kronenburgersingel 227 6522 AR Nijmegan Holland Tel: +31 243 554 343
  • 12. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 11 Korea - Orion TAC #508 2nd Floor Jang Bo-l-Vil Building Bang-uh-Dong Dong-Gu Ulsan South Korea 682-806 Tel: +8 852 233 4301/2 Nigeria - Orion Project Services Nigeria Admiralty Way Lekki Phase 1 Lagos Lagos State Nigeria Tel: +234 (1) 791 3636 Fax +234 (1) 271 6223 Email: keith@orion-nigeria.com Norway - Orion Competentia AS Fabrikkveien 7 PO Box 180 N - 4065 Stavanger Tel: + 47 452 31258 Email: sales@orioneng.com Portugal - Orion Project Services Orion Empresa de Trabalho Temporario, Lda. Praceta Afonso Paiva, Laja 5, Bloco 4, Lote 42 2910-705 Setubal Portugal Tel : +351 265 730 197 Email: portugal@orioneng.com Russia - Orion Engineering Services Suite 120-10 20a Novinskiy Boulevard Moscow Russia Tel: +7 495 933 2382 Email: russia@orioneng.com Singapore - Orion Project Services Pte Ltd 360 Orchard Road #07-03 International Building Singapore 238869 Tel: +65 6887 5330 Fax: +65 6738 5330 Email: singapore@orioneng.com Tengiz - KIS/Orion LLP H 16/1 5 Microregion Tengiz RV Kazakhstan Tel: +7 3123 03 2222 Email: kaz@orioneng.com USA - Orion Project Services Houston LLC Orion Project Services Houston LLC 11200 Westheimer Suite 350 Houston Texas 77079 Tel: +1 713 783 3449 Fax: +1 713 783 3369 Email: houston@orioneng.com Qatar - Orion Engineering Services c/o Dyarco International Trading Co (W.L.L.) Rydges Plaza Office Tower, 5th Floor PO Box 3841 Doha Qatar Email: doha@orioneng.com Tel: +974 582 5906
  • 13. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com12 Company Structure Ref:ACGroupOrgChartsMay2007 Orion Group – Management People are our business worldwide www.orioneng.com 1 Executive Chairman Alan Savage Director Andy Christie Managing Director Paul Savage Vice- Chairman/ Sales Marketing Director Ian Martin Financial Director Keith McKenzie Deputy MD/ Technical Director Barry Cann IT/Communications Director Duncan Murray Executive Personal Assistant Dawn Munro Non-Executive Director Don Wright Training Manager Marian Grant Divisional Director Aberdeen Mark Ingram Divisional Director Warrington Simon Higgins Divisional Director Inverness Brian Urquhart Divisional Director Ireland George Rose Divisional Director London Sean MacGloin Manager International Bill Bagley Divisional Director Singapore John Dixon Divisional Director Houston Malcolm Douglas General Manager UAE/Doha Anthony Thomas General Manager Africa TBA Group Tax Manager John Macritchie Group Admin/ Payroll Manager Gail Mackie Divisional Director Australia Dave Waters Operations Director Australia/SEA Steve Davison Company Secretary James Hendry Group BMS Co-ordinator Emma Forsyth General Manager Kazakhstan Colin Lind Operations Manager Azerbaijan Victoria Osipenko General Manager Russia Oleg Medvedev International Recruitment Manager Sakhalin Doug Robertson General Manager Korea Andy Lee Accountant Hayley Lewis Manager of Canadian Operations Julie Bowman Ref:ACGroupOrgChartsMay2007 Orion Group – Functions Operating Divisions People are our business worldwide www.orioneng.com 2 Business Management Systems Training Andy Christie Executive Chairman Alan Savage Technical Barry Cann IT/Communications Duncan Murray Sales Marketing Ian Martin International Resourcing Paton Dunlop Legal Paul Savage/ James Hendry Finance Administration Keith McKenzie Non-Executive Director Don Wright Management Functions London Sean MacGloin Aberdeen Mark Ingram Inverness Brian Urquhart Warrington Simon Higgins Belfast George Rose International Ian Martin International Don Wright OCCMS Barry Cann Operating Divisions Completions Commissioning (All Sectors, All Locations) Nigeria Angola Canada Houston Norway Romania Kazakhstan Azerbaijan Russia/Moscow Sakhalin Korea Middle East Belfast Portugal Warrington Newcastle Rochdale Inverness Glenrothes Rail Holland Vice-Chairman Ian Martin Managing Director Paul Savage International Steve Davison Asia Australia
  • 14. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 13 Alan Savage, Chairman Alan founded the Orion Group with his late wife Linda. He has over 30 years industrial experience, commencing with a mechanical apprenticeship in 1966. After a number of technical and engineering positions Alan became a Manager of a Division of SGS with responsibility for the design and manufacture of automated ultrasonic inspection equipment. Field trials with the equipment took him to Italy, Scandinavia, USA, Canada, Singapore and Australia. In 1984 he joined a major UK NDT and employment business, relocating to Scotland in the process. In 1987 he formed Orion and as the MD has ultimate responsibility for the Group’s development. Ian Martin, Sales Marketing Director Vice Chairman Ian started his career as a lab technician within British Steel at Glengarnock works. Final qualifications as a metallurgist were gained while employed in the heavy engineering/forging industry with Barr Thomson (Bonny Forge) who specialised in the supply of forgings and pressings in a wide range of materials to the pressure vessel, nuclear and oil industries. In 1984 Ian diversified into welding engineering and quality management and has spent 17 years working in the offshore oil gas industries for major clients and contractors in fabrication yards and office locations within the UK and abroad. Ian has many contacts in the industry and is responsible for the Group’s sales. Ian joined the Group in September 2001. Don Wright, Non-Executive Director Don Wright joined Orion Group as a Non-Executive Director in August 2004. Prior to joining Orion he had a career spanning 30 years in the oil and gas construction industry. This included various assignments in the UK, Norway, Holland, UAE, Singapore, Indonesia and USA. He has had a broad range of management roles and has held senior management positions at director and vice-president level with McDermott, Brown and Root and ABB Key Personnel Paul Savage, Managing Director Paul joined the Orion Group in 1996 on completion of a degree in law from Aberdeen University. Initially seconded to Shell Expro for 8 months he spent the next two years working throughout the Group in recruitment, sales, accounts and legals. As Company Secretary he was responsible for contractual and financial matters within the Group. He is also the Orion liaison with the joint venture partner in OEI Orion Ireland. Barry Cann, Deputy MD Technical Director After serving an apprenticeship with AEA Risley, Barry formed his career initially as an EI Designer in the nuclear industry. Whilst on projects such as Heysham 2 and Sizewell ‘B’, he gained a first class degree in engineering and was promoted to Engineer. After 12 years in the nuclear industry, he moved to Aberdeen’s oil gas industry where he obtained chartered status. In September 1998, Barry joined the Orion Group and is based in Inverness, where he is responsible for all technical aspects of the Group. Andy Christie, Director No stranger to Orion, Andy has worked with the Group providing management consultancy advice since 1990; helping them to become one of the first in the employment agency business to achieve the Quality management system standard BS 5750. This has been followed by numerous quality standard upgrades to the present ISO 9001:2000 BSI registration and more recently the addition of ISO 14001 (Environmental) Registration and OHSAS 18001 (Safety) Registration within certain parts of the Group’s activities. Andy joined the Group as a Director in June 2006 with particular responsibility for Business Management Systems and Business Continuity. Keith McKenzie, Financial Director Keith joined the Orion Group in 2001 with 12 years prior experience in corporate accounting and audit. Keith has overseen the expansion and diversification of the Group into numerous new locations and industry sectors in what has been a period of phenomenal growth. Mark Ingram, Divisional Director - Aberdeen Mark joined Orion in January 2005 after 17 successful years in similar roles within the Engineering and Technical recruitment market. Mark brings a wealth of experience in all aspects of the recruitment business within Oil and Gas both in the Aberdeen and Overseas markets. Initially starting out in HR before specialising in recruitment, Mark quickly progressed through the ranks of 3 major players within the Recruitment industry in both Management and Directors roles and is now based in the Aberdeen branch of Orion. FREC and IPD qualified. In April 2006, Mark was appointed Divisional Director of the Aberdeen office, assuming day to day operational responsibility for this Division.
  • 15. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com14 Tom Kennedy, General Manager - Glasgow Tom has 22 years experience working in the rail industry, engineering, operations, planning, training, safety and technical. He is an experienced and qualified training and development manager in the track safety field, leading and managing our rail companies within Orion Group. Tom is also responsible for ensuring the profitability of the business in the provision of railway, engineering/ operations resourcing, contracting, training and consultancy nationwide. George Rose, Divisional Director - Belfast Managing all aspects of activity in the north and south of Ireland based in Belfast, George has many years of experience in shipbuilding and heavy engineering. A time served tradesman, he has been involved variously in his career with production, employee relations and resource management. George joined the Group in 2002. Dave Willett, Engineering IT Sales Manager Responsible for engineering contacts in the gas sector in the Azerbijan area and other International engineering assignments. He is also responsible for the IT Telecomms business and Sales Manager for Aberdeen Services. Dave is a qualified CIPD and MIMechE. Dave joined the Group in 2000. Duncan Murray, Divisional Director Responsible for the operation of Internet Systems and the deployment and development of information systems throughout the group, Duncan graduated from Glasgow University with a degree in music and electronics. During the next 2 years he was responsible for upgrading the computer systems and infrastructure throughout the Group to bring Orion’s technology to a leading position in the recruitment industry. Duncan joined the Group in 1996 Gordon Mercer, Sales Consultant Group Ambassador Performing the role of Sales Consultant and Group Ambassador from the Aberdeen base, Gordon served his apprenticeship with James Scott Co, and then became Area Superintendent responsible for the rewiring of all Scottish airfields. He joined John Murphy Sons, London, in 1963, as Project Manager on major pipelines and compressor stations, moving to Aberdeen in 1978 as Project Manager for AOC International on hook-up and commissioning contracts for Shell, BP, Marathon, Conoco, BG, Mobil, Total, Oxy, Texaco. In 1994 Gordon became Sales Manager for AOC and in 1997 became an independent consultant for various companies. Paton Dunlop, Group International Resourcing Manager Paton’s career in Human Resources spans over 30 years. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development and holds an MSc in HR Management. Having worked extensively on start-ups in the international oil sector in such places as Angola, Nigeria, Kazakhstan and Yemen he is uniquely qualified to undertake his primary role within Orion of sourcing candidates from the emerging economies within Asia, North Africa and Eastern Europe to work on international projects. Paton will also have special responsibilities for West Africa Operations and international marketing. Doug Robertson, Recruitment Manager – International Doug joined Orion in September 2004, an honours graduate of ‘TheAberdeen Business School’ with 11 years Oil Gas recruitment experience covering all engineering and technical disciplines. In recent years Doug’s focus has been on major International projects and operations with specific experience in the FSU, Nigeria and The Middle East. Dale Kenny, Operations Manager – Aberdeen Joining the Orion Group in 1998 Dale has developed a breadth of experience in recruitment in the UK and overseas, particularly in the Oil Gas industry. His key areas of experience include managing Orion’s operation in Kazakhstan and secondment to client HR departments, including audits on recruitment activity. Dale has recently been involved with the streamlining of Orion Group’s recruitment processes and is based in the Aberdeen office overseeing UK recruitment operations. Brian Urquhart, Divisional Director Brian has over 25 years experience in the oil gas construction industry, and joined Orion in April 2000 following 5 years running a major engineering agency business. He is responsible for all aspects of business in all UK Offices of Orion Project Services, Orion Recruitment Services, Orion Rail Services and Orion Training Services.
  • 16. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 15 Phil Patterson, General Manager - Newcastle Phil joined the group in June 2003 as a Regional Manager for the North East of England to develop an operational base to service the Oil Gas,Power Generation and Industrial markets. Phil has an extensive and varied engineering background spanning 40 years both in the UK and Middle East. Simon Higgins, Divisional Director - Warrington Managing the Technical Services business in Warrington and Newcastle, and the Industrial business in Rochdale, Simon commenced his working life with John Laing Construction as a Quantity Surveyor in 1973. 8 years later he joined Costain Civil Engineering working on various projects throughout the UK, until becoming the Marketing Manager of Costain’s Northern region in 1990. In 1993, Simon moved to Smit Land Marine working on contracts throughout the UK and overseas. Simon joined the Group in September 1997. Bill Livingstone, Business Development Consultant Non Executive Director Performing the role of Consultant to develop business within the UK, with specific responsibilities for the Middle East from the London office, Bill served a five year welding apprenticeship in the shipbuilding and heavy engineering industry in the Glasgow shipyards. Later moved in to the oil gas industry as a welding inspector and progressed over a number of years to construction manager. Bill Joined Pasco Engineering as a Construction Manager in 1979 later to become Managing Director and ultimately Chairman and led them from dependency on the oil gas sector in to the rail, nuclear and civil construction fields. Bill joined the Group in 2001. In December 2002 became a Non Executive Director of the Orion Group. Alan Pattillo, Sales Consultant Non Executive Director Responsible for Oil and Gas sales worldwide based in Warrington, Alan has over 30 years of management experience in major oil gas projects in the North Sea, Far East and South America. During the ‘70’s and ‘80’s, he pioneered many of the construction and completion strategies used on a number of the large North Sea developments and then went on to adapt these for use in the more remote areas of Indonesia and Venezuela. He has worked on all stages of project development from design, fabrication, offshore completions, on and offshore field expansions and modifications. Alan joined the Group in 2000. Colin Bates, General Manager - Warrington Colin joined Orion in February 1997 on the acquisition of another technical agency. He has over 12 years global Engineering and Technical recruitment experience together with 15 years in other management roles. He is responsible for the day to day operational management of the Warrington office. Sean MacGloin, Divisional Director - London Managing the London end of Engineering Services, Sean specifically joined the Group to develop a London operational base to service oil gas developments and the rail industry. He has spent the last 10 years in business development, recruitment and operational roles developing client accounts for projects based in the UK, Caspian (Kazakhstan / Azerbaijan) and North America for many of the major operators and contractors. In addition, Sean has spent a period of time as client account manager on a national call-off contract for the rail industry. Sean joined the Group in June 2002. John Dixon, Divisional Director - Singapore Managing the Engineering Services business based in Singapore, John has extensive experience in the field of management and recruitment, having worked in the contract agency business for the past 24 years. His agency career started in Saudi Arabia overseeing a multi-disciplined workforce contract. After 6 years in the Middle East, John returned to the UK managing two companies which specialised in the provision of Technical and Engineering Manpower support to the Oil and Gas sector. John joined Orion Engineering Services as Director of the Aberdeen office in 1990 and after 15 years in Aberdeen has moved to Singapore as Divisional Director South East Asia to develop business in the S.E Asia Region. John joined the Group in 1990. Steve Davison, Operations Director for South East Asia and Australia Prior to joining Orion Steve had a career spanning 25 years representing several major clients in the Oil and Gas sector including Anadarko, Conoco, Shell, BG, Amoco and Arco. Steve has extensive International and remote location experience in both capital and operational projects. This includes several years rotational working in both the Arctic circle and the Sahara desert specialising in project, contracts and supply chain management.
  • 17. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com16 Malcolm Douglas, President USA Operations Malcolm has 20 years in the International Oil and Gas Industry, recruiting personnel for a wide range of positions both for permanent and contract. These positions have included explorationists, drilling, production, maintenance and commercial personnel as well as discipline engineers and management personnel for project teams. These projects have been located in most of the Oil and Gas areas of the world, including, Korea, Russia, West Africa, USA and UK. He was also responsible for the setting up of operations in Chad, Angola, Korea and Russia. Since 1998 he has been based in Houston Texas. Oleg Medvedev, General Manager - Moscow Joined Orion Group in September 2005, Oleg has an engineering background based in the Oil Gas sector from early 90s. He worked for Scottish Enterprise in Moscow from 1996 to 2002 in business development on behalf of Scottish oilfield suppliers within Russia. He then worked in the procurement department of Gazpromm, before becoming manager of the Orion office in Moscow. Victoria Osipenko, Operations Manager – Azerbaijan Managing the in-country operations based in Baku, Victoria has over 12 years experience working with western oil and gas related companies having initially graduated from the Azeri Petroleum University. During the last 7 years Victoria was the General Manager for Scottish Caspian Trade, Baku office so she is very well acquainted with Orion Engineering Services Ltd from her previous experience. Victoria re-joined Orion Engineering Services Ltd in September 2002. Julie Bowman, Manager of Canadian Operations Julie is a recruitment specialist with over twenty-five years of experience providing executive level services to the Oil and Gas, Construction, and Educational industries across Canada. Julie has been a member of the Association of Professional Recruiters in Canada since 1996, when she oversaw an earlier version of certification training, through Simon Fraser University Continuing Education in Business Management. Bill Bagley, Manager – International Bill joined the Orion Group in April 2006. He has 25 years experience in the global manpower business working with a number of major energy industry service companies and has held senior and country management roles in Europe, North America, West Africa and the Middle East. Bill’s role is Orion is to assist in the consolidation and development of our strategic development world-wide. Steve Cairns, Business Development Manager for the Food Process Industry Steve has more than 20 years experience within the food processing industry, this includes various managerial positions within factories in the UK, Asia and Eastern Europe. His last role was as Managing Director of Dutch owned Verseveld Poultry’s factory in Romania where he held the position for seven years. Dave Waters, General Manager - Australia David joined the Orion Group in October 2006. He is a qualified mechanical engineer and has over 15 years experience in construction and project management in onshore oil gas and mining industries, through out South East Asia, North America and Australia. Over the past 20 years David has worked as a Director and CEO in the Contract Labour Market for the Onshore / Offshore Oil Gas and Mining Industries throghout North America, Middle East, West Africa, South East Asia and Australia. His main objective is to develop the Orion brand in Australia as well as support the South East Asian operations. Jim Oliver, Business Development Manager for Renewable Energy and Construction After 12 years as a structural draughtsman in the oil construction industry, Jim gained a further 7 years experience in recruitment within the Highlands and NE Scotland. This was followed by 9 years in various business development roles including renewable energy and latterly as personnel manager on a £140million Hydro-Electric scheme in Scotland. Colin Lind, General Director Kazakhstan Colin joined the Orion Group in October 2003 as the Financial Manager in Kazakhstan. In November 2004 he was promoted to General Director for the region. Prior to this Colin held a number of senior financial and general management positions in the oil gas industry and other industrial sectors. He has extensive joint venture and international experience particularly in SE and Central Asia (Azerbaijan/Kazakhstan/Thailand/India). Colin attended Glasgow University studying accountancy, economics and law and is a Scottish Chartered Accountant. Whilst with BP he attended the INSEAD senior managers programme in Asia.
  • 18. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 17 Services Provided Recruitment Services Our highly qualified and skilled personnel portfolio can meet the most demanding job specifications in the oil and gas, petro-chemical, pharmaceutical, nuclear, power generation, rail, IT Telecomms and utilities industries. When your in-house capabilities need support, we can supply project management, project engineering and project services personnel of all disciplines and levels of experience for study, engineering design, construction, commissioning, start-up and maintenance. The Orion Group provides contract and permanent placement personnel both on and offshore on a worldwide basis. Our size and market knowledge allows us to service projects in any part of the world. We have established a diverse range of Divisions: Engineering, Industrial, IT Telecomms, Construction Technical, Aerospace, Energy, Rail and Office in order to offer our clients an integrated service to satisfy all their employment resourcing needs. Complementing these divisions are our Value Added Services which make use of the latest IT Technology to provide web based access through Orion Vendor Management System (VMS) for both clients and contractors to our ResCen vendor management database allowing management of all aspects of a contract. This can be extended to include additional functionality for a Managed Agency Contract where 2nd tier agencies are involved. Through an international network of 37 offices worldwide we have the diversity and flexibilty to react rapidly and efficiently deploying our recruitment resources to satisfy any immediate project requirements our clients may have around the world. OCCMS is the complete package which will give you a safe and structured cost effective solution by which you can prepare, execute, manage and successfully commission and complete your project.
  • 19. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com18 Discipline Overview Engineering Division Compliance Construction Fabrication Designer Draughtsperson Document Clerk Technical Clerk Electrcal Engineering Finance Geologist Graduate HR/Recruitment H, S E Instrument Engineering Logistics Maintenance Reliability Management Consultancy Marine Materials Engineering Materials Stores Mechanical/HVAC Engineering Medical Operations Production Pipeline Piping Engineering Process/Chemical Engineering Project Controls Project Engineering Purchasing QA/QC Inspection Structural / Civil Engineering Subsea Technicians Well services Industrial Division Process Operators (Special Effect Pigments) Fabricators Welders Pipefitters Mechanical Maintenance Fitters Industrial Painters Electricians ( Domestic Industrial) Production Operators (Underfloor Heating Elements) Joiners (Construction Site) Outfitters Production Operators (Floor Coverings) Heating Engineers Crane Operators Riggers Scaffolders Warehouse Operatives Forklift Operators Drivers Supervisors (all disciplines) Field Engineers Warehouse Personnel Pickers/Packers Loaders/Unloaders Drivers Cleaning Staff Grounds Maintenance Staff Street Cleaners FLT Drivers IT Comms Division Network Engineering and Support Programmers Systems Analysts Software Development Telecommunications PC Support Help Desk SCADA and Telemetry LAN/WAN Rail Division Engineering Supervisors (ES) RETB Operators Points Operators Barrier Attendants Crane Controllers / Machine Controllers Protection Controllers (PC) Controllers of site safety (COSS) Individuals Working Alone (IWA) Hand Signallers Lookouts Personal Track Safety (PTS) qualified Civils personnel Trackmen Plant Operators Project Managers Project Engineers P3 Planners CAD Operators Rimini Planners PWay Designers/Engineers Safety Managers (Nebosh) Contract Supervisors Site Agents Welding Managers Welders Surveyors IRATAqualified RopeAccessTechnicians Energy Division Safety Case Engineer / Author / Writer Health Physicist Decommissioning Operatives Engineers Process Project Vessel Mechanical Piping HVAC Electrical Control Instrument Planning Cost Stress Quality Assurance PLC/DCS CAD Designers Technicians Mechanical Piping HVAC Electrical Control Instrument Civil Structural Technical Quantity Surveyors Document Controllers Planners Bridge Inspectors
  • 20. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 19 Bridge Inspectors Quality Safety Managers Project Managers Estimators Cost Technical Clerks Facilities Managers Clerks of Works Project Managers Construction Supervisors Site Managers Installation Commissioning Inspection Planning Supervisors Health Safety Project Managers/Engineers/Supervisors QA Engineers/Project QA Support/ Technical Authors Planning Engineers/Cost Engineers/ Estimators Craft Technicians Construction Engineers/Quantity Surveyors Plant Operators/Non Craft Support Services Commissioning/Decommissioning Engineers Health Physics Monitors Process/Maintenance/Plant Engineers Administration/Finance Support Design Engineers/Draughtsmen/CAD Operators Auxiliary Support Safety Case Engineers/Safety Officers Vacation Students Graduate Engineers Work Package Engineers Operations Team Leaders/Supervisors IT Support Naval Architect Aero Dynamic Engineers Stress Analyist Sub Sea Engineers Diving Engineers Acoustic Engineers Environmental Consultants – for all types of devices Office Division Secretary PA Team Secretary Legal Secretary Bi-lingual Secretary Medical Secretary Shorthand Secretary Assistant PA Senior Secretary Property Secretary Conveyancing Secretary Receptionist/Telephonist Sales and Marketing Purchasing Accounts Import/Export Litigation Secretary Audio Secretary Project Secretary Office Junior Administrator Senior Administrator Executive Assistant Office Manager HR Administrator HR Advisor HR Manager Customer Service/Call Centre Language Vacancies Construction Technical Division Senior Project Manager Project Managers Project Engineers Process Engineers Safety Engineers Chemical Engineers Construction Managers Planners Architects Designers Cost Engineers Enironmental Engineers Clerks of Works Cad Tech’s Contracts Managers Surveyors Estimators Quantity Surveyors Purchasing Specialists Buyers Aerospace Division Fixed Wing/Rotary JAR66 B1 Licensed Engineers JAR66 B2 Licensed Engineers Mechanical Technicians Avionic Technicians Composite Technicians Structural Technicians Painters Cabin Trimming Specialists Interiors Aircraft Inspectors Quality Management Operational Management Hanger Management Ground Handling Personnel Technical Management Design Engineers Stores Operatives Purchasing/ Supply Chain Planning Development Engineers Production Engineers
  • 21. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com20 Value Added Services Orion Vendor Management System (VMS) Our VMS web portal, Orion VMS is a fully featured system which interfaces with our ResCen vendor management database allowing management of all aspects of a contract; this includes the following functional capabilities: Client Vacancy submission CV submission review Timesheet review Timesheet data download Manpower review Employee detail update Review of contract KPIs’ based on SLAs’ Line Management Timesheet authorisation Manpower review Contractor Timesheet submission Timesheet review For a Managed Agency Contract this functionality can also be extended to allow 2nd tier agencies to undertake the following activities: View open vacancies Submit candidates Review submissions Review timesheets Review manpower Download timesheet data Total Quality Resource Management (TQRM) This is an innovative forward planning service which utilizesPrimaverainconjunctionwithourAdaptrecruitment database. It is a tool that identifies teams and team leaders and their current project assignments; tracking the scheduling of future target projects worldwide. As an additional feature we can make this data available to client strategic planners to show when key resources are becoming available. With the incorporation of client project data it is possible to consider project resourcing peaks troughs and provide data essential to deploying key project team members and leaders to fulfil client operational needs. This ongoing tracking of a resource pool of key project staff managing there availability, work assignment and potential future assignments allows Orion to be first to scarce resources that have been pre-identified as being essential to individual client project requirements. OCCMS Our Orion Completion and Commissioning Management Services (OCCMS) offer a full completions and commissioning consultancy service. We can customise our completions and commissioning management system to suit your specific needs; this includes a specialist database which provides the necessary completions and commissioning controls. The database intergrated execution manuals, procedures, performance monitoring and ‘snap-shot’ status reporting. We can also provide and manage entire completions and commissioning teams, managers, engineers, technicians and senior technicians. Orion Networked Support Each Orion office in the UK and internationally is networked to the same recruitment database allowing each individual office to draw upon support from around the group. This has the advantage of recruiting large numbers at very short notice by all offices in the group on a worldwide basis. High Value Sourcing Orion has developed partnership in 41 source countries with 52 separate agencies and carried out a variety of partnerauditsonaglobalbasis.Thisworldwideresourcing capability gives Orion an outstanding knowledge and resource capability to understand the local labour market within these source countries. Orion Jobsite – http://www.orionjobs.com For candidates we offer a centralised job portal; http:// www.orionjobs.com. From this centralised location candidates can post and update their CV applying for any positions available across the entire Orion Group. Functionality for registered jobseekers includes: View and edit your profile online from your personal administration space. Create your CV from your administration space. Edit your CV with a powerful WYSIWIG editor. Publish your CV online for fast retrieval by our recruiters. Upload pdf or doc files (references, certificates, etc) and use them to empower your jobseeker profile. Manage these files and attach them when applying for a job listed on the website. Receive e-mail notification when there are new postings matching your search criteria. Define multiple rules for e-mail notification in order to help monitor the new job ads on the website which may be of interest. Apply online to the job ads on the website and contact our Recruiter directly.
  • 22. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 21 Business Management Systems Orion Group is fully committed to the on-going implementation and continuous improvement of their business management systems. This has been underlined by the appointment of a Director with specific responsibility for business management systems throughout the group and the company’s historical investment in quality management when it became one of the first businesses in the employment agency sector to achieve what was then BS 5750. Through on-going development this has led to successive upgrades to the present internationally recognised ISO 9001:2000 quality management approval with BSI. Additional work has led to the development of an occupational health safety management system based on OHSAS 18001:1999 and an environmental management system underpinned by the International environmental standard ISO 14001:2004. The above management systems each have a policy statement providing an overview of their scope and focus; this is complemented by additional detailed procedures, process documentation and electronic data. Other areas coming within the scope of our business management systems include business continuity planning, management systems integration and investors in people. Quality Policy The company through senior management is fully committed to achieving the highest standards in client service, staff welfare and training. The framework for achieving this is detailed as part of the documented Quality Management System based on ISO 9001:2000 requirements. This quality policy has the approval and commitment of the Managing Director and its implementation is the responsibility of all staff whose efforts will be co-ordinated by the Director responsible for QHSE as the designated Quality Management representative for the company. Orion Group will: a) Aim to continually improve the effectiveness of the quality management system, by regular review of its performance and identification of areas for further development; these will be incorporated as target actions in management meeting minutes and where necessary included within quality objectives. b) Comply with applicable requirements of ISO 9001:2000. c) Achieve operational excellence in the provision of company services. d) Meet and where possible exceed the needs and expectations of our customers and other stakeholders. e) Establish, implement, review and where necessary update quality objectives, which are consistent with the aims and intent of this policy. f) Fully involve, empower and develop all staff to use their abilities for the achievement of company quality objectives. Signed: Paul Savage Date: 02/02/07 Managing Director
  • 23. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com22 Occupational Health and Safety Policy The company through senior management is fully committed to achieving the highest occupational health and safety standards. The framework for achieving this is detailed as part of the documented OHS Management System based on OHSAS 18001:1999 requirements. This OHS policy has the approval and commitment of the Managing Director and its implementation is the responsibility of all staff temporary workers whose efforts will be co-ordinated by the Director responsible for Business Management Systems (BMS) as the designated OHS Management representative for the company. Orion Group will: a) Ensure that an OHS Risk Assessment is fully detailed describing the hazards, risks, controls and further actions required to mitigate or remove the risk. That this risk assessment is regularly reviewed to ensure that it remains valid for the current undertakings of the company and is appropriate to the nature and scale of operational activities taking account of client and associated contractor needs. b) Be fully committed to continual improvement of the OHS Management System, which will be achieved, by regular OHS meetings and discussion of potential improvements. Taking into consideration currently documented safe systems of work and the need for their further development together with any suggestions or comments received from employees, temporary workers or other interested parties. c) Ensure that appropriate Health and Safety Legislation is monitored and reviewed using internal resources and external agencies where necessary. The purpose of the review will be to ensure that the company meets or exceeds legislative compliance at all times. Additional OHS requirements which have an impact on company operations may include any client’s or agency acting on behalf of the client’s OHS systems, these will be followed by temporary workers under the direction of the client company or their appointed delegates ensuring full legal compliance at all times. d) Ensure that the OHS policy is fully documented, implemented and maintained by the Director responsible for BMS working in conjunction with other members of the management team. It will be communicated to all employees, temporary workers and stakeholders by use of the company website and/or by inclusion within contractual documentation and where appropriate through OHS management system training. e) Require that the OHS policy be reviewed periodically by the Managing Director and other members of senior management to ensure that it remains relevant to the needs and expectations of the company and other interested parties. f) Plan OHS performance improvement in accordance with currently documented OHS objectives details being managed by the use of an OHS management programme assigning responsibilities and schedule. Signed: Paul Savage Date: 02/02/07 Managing Director
  • 24. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 23 Environmental Policy Statement The Group have produced this policy statement to act as a framework for developing objectives and targets in an effort to focus its intention of continuous sustainable environmental improvement. This policy has the approval and commitment of the Managing Director and its implementation is the responsibility of all staff whose efforts will be co-ordinated by the Director Responsible for business management systems as the designated Environmental Management representative for the company. Orion Group will: a) Place the minimisation of corporate environmental impacts as a recognised and fully understood corporate priority. b) Fully understand the requirements of all relevant environmental legislation and where appropriate meet or exceed the requirements of such legislation. This will also include conformance to any adopted codes of practice which may act as guidance in terms of best practice. c) Promote the adoption of energy efficient methods in undertaking its business activities. d) Reduce the impact of transport operations. e) Ensure the adoption and management of the company’s environmental procurement policy with the intent of minimising related environmental impacts. f) Provide the necessary training and motivation for employees, to allow a full understanding of the company’s environmental policy and ensure that they can contribute to its implementation. g) Encourage the development of an environmentally responsible attitude by contractors, suppliers and customers. h) Where significant hazards are identified, develop and maintain a plan and procedures for emergency preparedness. i) Monitor and reduce the waste generated by the company, promote recycling and reuse or disposal with minimal environmental impact. Generally recognise the need to prevent pollution in all its undertakings. j) Develop an environmental management system to manage the company’s environmental activities and conduct regular environmental audits to assess compliance and identify areas for continual improvement. k) Adopt an attitude of openness towards staff and other stakeholders, informing them of the company’s environmental policy and recognising any legitimate concerns they may wish to express about the company’s position on environmental matters. Approved: Paul Savage Date: 02/02/07 Managing Director
  • 25. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com24 0 20,000,000 40,000,000 60,000,000 80,000,000 100,000,000 120,000,000 140,000,000 160,000,000 1988 1993 1995 1996 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 The Orion Group has achieved exceptional growth over the past few years with turnover increasing from £50million in 2003 to a projected £190million in 2007. The Group is privately owned and the continued shareholder policy of profit reinvestment ensures financial stability evidenced on the Group balance sheet in terms of net assets in excess of £5million. Our abbreviated accounts can be downloaded as a PDF file from our website www.orioneng.com. Financial Overview Profit and Loss Account History Projected 12 months to 31 Dec 2007 12 months to 31 December 2006 16 months to 31 December 2005 12 months to 31 August 2004 Turnover £189,976,00 £149,106,000 £140,252,283 £69,989,672 Cost of Sales £173,153,00 £136,695,000 £126,389,090 £62,615,515 Gross Profit £16,823,000 £12,411,000 £13,863,193 £7,374,157 GP Percentage 8.9% 8.3% 9.9% 10.5% Personnel under contract (excl KIS/Orion ops) 3354 2490 1680* 1120 * figures adjusted to 12 month period Group Annual Turnover 1988-2006 (£)
  • 26. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 25 Further Information
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  • 28. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 27 SUPPLYING TEMPORARY STAFF SERVICES – CLIENT TERMS OF BUSINESS 1. DEFINITIONS 1.1. In these Terms of Business the following definitions apply: “Assignment” means the period during which the Temporary Worker is supplied to render services to the Client; “Client” means the person, firm or corporate body together with any subsidiary or associated company as defined by the Companies Act 1985 to whom the Temporary Worker is supplied or introduced; “The Employment Business” means Orion Engineering Services Ltd. (or any trading division thereof) of Orion House, Castle Heather, Inverness IV2 6AA; “Engages/Engaged/Engagement” means the engagement, employment or use of the Temporary Worker directly by the Client or any third party or through any other employment business on a permanent or temporary basis, whether under a contract of service or for services; an agency, license, franchise or partnership arrangement; or any other engagement; directly or through a limited company of which the Temporary Worker is an officer or employee “Temporary Worker” means the individual who is introduced by the Employment Business to render services to the Client. “Transfer Fee” means the fee payable in accordance with clause 7.1 below and Regulation 10 of the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. “Introduction Fee” means the fee payable in accordance with clause 7.2 below and Regulation 10 of the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. “Introduction” means (i) the Client’s interview of a Temporary Worker in person or by telephone, following the Client’s instruction to the Employment Business to supply a Temporary Worker; or (ii) the passing to the Client of a curriculum vitae or information which identifies the Temporary Worker; and which leads to an Engagement of that Temporary Worker. “Remuneration” includes base salary or fees, guaranteed and/or anticipated bonus and commission earnings, allowances, inducement payments, the benefit of a company car and all other payments and taxable (and, where applicable, non-taxable) emoluments payable to or receivable by the Temporary Worker for services rendered to or on behalf of the Client or any third party. Where a company car is provided, a notional amount of [specify] will be added to the salary in order to calculate the Employment Business’ fee. 1.2. Unless the context otherwise requires, references to the singular include the plural. 1.3. The headings contained in these Terms are for convenience only and do not affect their interpretation. 2. THE CONTRACT 2.1. These Terms constitute the contract between the Employment Business and the Client for the supply of the Temporary Worker’s services by the Employment Business to the Client and are deemed to be accepted by the Client by virtue of its request for, interview with or Engagement of the Temporary Worker or the passing of any information about the Temporary Worker to any third party following an Introduction. 2.2. These Terms contain the entire agreement between the parties and unless otherwise agreed in writing by a director of the Employment Business, these Terms prevail over any terms of business or purchase conditions put forward by the Client. 2.3. No variation or alteration to these Terms shall be valid unless the details of such variation are agreed between the Employment Business and the Client and are set out in writing and a copy of the varied terms is given to the Client stating the date on or after which such varied terms shall apply. 3. CHARGES 3.1 The Client agrees to pay such hourly charges of the Employment Business as shall be notified to and agreed with the Client. The hourly charges are calculated according to the number of hours worked by the Temporary Worker (to the nearest quarter hour) and comprise mainly the Temporary Worker’s pay but also include the Employment Business’ commission calculated as a percentage of the Temporary Worker’s pay, employer’s National Insurance contributions and any travel, hotel or other expenses as may have been agreed with the Client or, if there is no such agreement, such expenses as are reasonable. VAT, if applicable, is payable on the entirety of these charges. 3.2 The charges are invoiced to the Client on a weekly basis and are payable within 30 days. The Employment Business reserves the right to charge interest on any overdue amounts at the rate of 8% per annum above the base rate from time to time of the Bank of Scotland from the due date until the date of payment. 3.3 There are no rebates payable in respect of the charges of the Employment Business. 4. INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED 4.1. When making an Introduction of a Temporary Worker to the Client the Employment Business shall inform the Client of the identity of the Temporary Worker; that the Temporary Worker has the necessary or required experience, training, qualifications and any authorisation required by law or a professional body to work in the Assignment; whether the Temporary Worker will be employed by the Employment Business under a contract of service or apprenticeship or a contract for services; and that the Temporary Worker is willing to work in the Assignment. Further Information - Terms Conditions
  • 29. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com28 4.2. Where such information is not given in paper form or by electronic means it shall be confirmed by such means by the end of the third business day (excluding Saturday, Sunday and any public or Bank holiday) following, save where the Temporary Worker is being Introduced for an Assignment in the same position as one in which the Temporary Worker had previously been supplied within the previous five business days and such information has already been given to the Client, unless the Client requests that the information be resubmitted. 5. TIME SHEETS 5.1 At the end of each week of an Assignment (or at the end of the Assignment where it is for a period of one week or less) the Client shall sign the Employment Business’ time sheet verifying the number of hours worked by the Temporary Worker during that week. 5.2 Signature of the time sheet by the Client is confirmation of the number of hours worked. If the Client is unable to sign a time sheet produced for authentication by the Temporary Worker because the Client disputes the hours claimed, the Client shall inform the Employment Business as soon as is reasonably practicable and shall co-operate fully and in a timely fashion with the Employment Business to enable the Employment Business to establish what hours, if any, were worked by the Temporary Worker. Failure to sign the time sheet does not absolve the Client’s obligation to pay the charges in respect of the hours worked. 5.3 The Client shall not be entitled to decline to sign a timesheet on the basis that he is dissatisfied with the work performed by the Temporary Worker. In cases of unsuitable work the Client should apply the provisions of clause 10.1 below. 6. PAYMENT OF THE TEMPORARY WORKER 6.1 The Employment Business assumes responsibility for paying the Temporary Worker and where appropriate, for the deduction and payment of National Insurance Contributions and PAYE Income Tax applicable to the Temporary Worker pursuant to sections 44-47 of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003*. 7. TRANSFER AND INTRODUCTION FEES 7.1 Where there has been a supply 7.1.1 In the event of the Engagement by the Client of a Temporary Worker supplied by the Employment Business either (1) directly or (2) pursuant to being supplied by another employment business, within either • The duration of the Assignment; • 14 weeks from the start of the first Assignment (each new assignment where there has been a break of more than 42 days (6 weeks) since the end of the previous Assignment shall also be considered to be the ‘first Assignment’ for these purposes); or • 8 weeks from the day after the last day the Temporary Worker worked on the Assignment the Client shall be liable, to either an extended period of hire as set out in 7.1.3 below or a Transfer Fee calculated in accordance with 7.1.2 below. The Client must give the Employment Business 7 days written notice in advance of the Engagement of whether it has elected to take the period of extended hire or to pay the Transfer Fee. However, where the client does not give such notice before the Temporary Worker is Engaged the parties agree that the Transfer Fee shall be due. Transfer Fee 7.1.2 The Transfer Fee shall be such proportion of the amount calculated as follows: 20% of the Remuneration applicable during the first 12 months of the Engagement or, if the actual amount of the Remuneration is not known, the hourly charges referred to in clause 3.1 multiplied by 225 as set out below: 7.1.2.1 Where the Temporary Worker supplied has been directly or indirectly Engaged by the Client within 26 weeks from the commencement of the Assignment the Transfer Fee shall be 100%. 7.1.2.2 Where the Temporary Worker supplied has been directly or indirectly Engaged by the Client more than 26 weeks but less than 52 weeks from the commencement of the Assignment the Transfer Fee shall be 50%. 7.1.2.3 Where the Temporary Worker supplied has been directly or indirectly Engaged by the Client more than 52 weeks after the commencement of the Assignment the Transfer Fee shall be 25% Extended Period of Hire 7.1.3 The Extended period of hire shall be whichever of the following is most appropriate; - Where the Assignment is for a fixed period, and that period has not expired, the period ending 26 weeks after the scheduled end date of the Assignment; - Where the Assignment is for a fixed period, and that period has expired, 40 weeks; or - Where the Assignment is of no fixed duration, 52 weeks. 7.1.4 If the Client elects for an extended period of hire, as set out above, but before the end of such period Engages the Temporary Worker supplied by the Employment Business either directly or pursuant to being supplied by another employment business or the Temporary Worker chooses not to be supplied for an extended period of hire, the Transfer Fee calculated in accordance with 7.1.2 may be charged, reduced by such percentage to reflect the period of extended hire already undertaken by the Temporary Worker and paid for by the Client*. *Note: For example if a Worker leaves 13 weeks into an extended period of hire due to last 26 weeks the amount charged will be 50% of the Transfer Fee. 7.1.5 No refund of the Transfer Fee will be paid in the event that the Engagement subsequently terminates. 7.1.6 VAT is payable in addition to any fee due.
  • 30. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 29 7.2 Where there has been an Introduction but no supply 7.2.1 In the event that there is an Introduction of a Temporary Worker to the Client which does not result in the supply of that Temporary Worker by the Employment Business to the Client, but which leads to an Engagement of the Temporary Worker by the Client either (1) directly or (2) pursuant to being supplied by another employment business within 6 months of the date of the Introduction the Client shall be liable, to either an extended period of hire as set out in 7.2.3 or an Introduction Fee calculated in accordance with 7.2.2 below . The Client must give the Employment Business 7 days written notice in advance of the Engagement of whether it has elected to take the period of extended hire or to pay the Introduction Fee. However, where the client does not give such notice before the Temporary Worker is Engaged the parties agree that the Introduction Fee shall be due. Introduction Fee 7.2.2 The Introduction Fee shall be calculated as follows: 20% of the Remuneration applicable during the first 12 months of the Engagement or, if the actual amount of the Remuneration is not known, the hourly charges multiplied by 225. No refund of the Introduction Fee will be paid in the event that the Engagement subsequently terminates. VAT is payable in addition to any fee due. Extended Period of Hire 7.2.3 The Extended period of hire will be whichever of the following is most appropriate; • Where the Assignment is for a fixed period, the period ending 26 weeks after the scheduled end date of the Assignment; or • Where the Assignment is of no fixed duration, 40 weeks. 7.2.4 If the Client elects for an extended period of hire, as set out above, but before the end of such period Engages the Temporary Worker supplied by the Employment Business either directly or pursuant to being supplied by another employment business or the Temporary Worker chooses not to be supplied for an extended period of hire, the Introduction Fee calculated in accordance with 7.2.2 may be charged, reduced by such percentage to reflect the period of extended hire already undertaken by the Temporary Worker and paid for by the Client. 7.3 Temp to third party transfer fees where there has been a supply. In the event that the Temporary Worker supplied to a Client is introduced by the Client to a third party which results in the Engagement of the Temporary Worker by the third party within either • The duration of the Assignment; • 14 weeks from the start of the first Assignment (each new assignment where there has been a break of more than 42 days (6 weeks) since the end of the previous Assignment shall also be considered to be the ‘first Assignment’ for these purposes); or • 8 weeks from the day after the last day the Temporary Worker worked on the Assignment the Client shall be liable, to pay a Transfer Fee calculated as follows: 20% of the Remuneration applicable during the first 12 months of the Engagement or, if the actual amount of the Remuneration is not known, the hourly charges multiplied by 225. No refund of the Transfer Fee will be paid in the event that the Engagement subsequently terminates. VAT is payable in addition to any fee due. 7.4 In the event that there is an Introduction of a Temporary Worker to the Client which does not result in the supply of that Temporary Worker by the Employment Business to the Client, but the Temporary Worker is introduced by the Client to a third party which results in the Engagement of the Temporary Worker by the third party within 6 months from the date of Introduction the Client shall be liable, to an Introduction Fee calculated as follows: 15% of the Remuneration applicable during the first 12 months of the Engagement or, if the actual amount of the Remuneration is not known, the hourly charges agreed pursuant to clause 3.1 multiplied by 225. No refund of the Introduction Fee will be paid in the event that the Engagement subsequently terminates. VAT is payable in addition to any fee due. 8. LIABILITY 8.1 Whilst every effort is made by the Employment Business to give satisfaction to the Client by ensuring reasonable standards of skills, integrity and reliability from Temporary Workers and further to provide them in accordance with the Client’s booking details, the Employment Business is not liable for any loss, expense, damage or delay arising from any failure to provide any Temporary Worker for all or part of the period of booking or from the negligence, dishonesty, misconduct or lack of skill of the Temporary Worker. For the avoidance of doubt, the Employment Business does not exclude liability for death or personal injury arising from its own negligence. 8.2 Temporary Workers supplied by the Employment Business are engaged under contracts for services. They are not the employees of the Employment Business but are deemed to be under the supervision, direction and control of the Client from the time they report to take up duties and for the duration of the Assignment. The Client agrees to be responsible for all acts, errors or omissions of the Temporary Worker, whether wilful, negligent or otherwise as though the Temporary Worker was on the payroll of the Client. The Client will also comply in all respects with all statutes including, for the avoidance of doubt, the Working Time Regulations, Health and Safety At Work Act etc, by-laws, codes of practice and legal requirements to which the Client is ordinarily subject in respect of the Client’s own staff (excluding the matters specifically mentioned in Clause 6 above), including in particular the provision of adequate Employer’s and Public Liability Insurance cover for the Temporary Worker during all Assignments. 8.3 The Client shall advise the Employment Business of any special health and safety matters about which the Employment Business is required to inform the Temporary Worker and about any requirements imposed by law or by any professional body, which must be satisfied if the Temporary Worker is to fill the Assignment. The Client will assist the Employment Business in complying with the Employment Business’ duties under the Working Time Regulations by supplying any relevant information about the Assignment requested by the Employment Business and the Client will not do anything to cause the Employment Business to be in breach of its obligations under these Regulations. Where the Client requires or may require the services of a Temporary Worker for more than 48 hours in any week, the Client must notify the Employment Business of this requirement before the commencement of that week.
  • 31. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com30 8.4 The Client undertakes that it knows of no reason why it would be detrimental to the interests of the Temporary Worker for the Temporary Worker to fill the Assignment. 8.5 The Client shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Employment Business against any costs, claims or liabilities incurred by the Employment Business arising out of any Assignment or arising out of any non-compliance with clauses 8.2 and 8.3 and/or as a result of any breach of these Terms by the Client. 9. SPECIAL SITUATIONS 9.1 Where the Temporary Worker is required by law, or any professional body to have any qualifications or authorisations to work on the Assignment or the As- signment involves caring for or attending one or more persons under the age of eighteen or any person who by reason of age, infirmity or who is otherwise in need of care or attention, the Employment Business will take all reasonably practicable steps to obtain and offer to provide to the Client: - Copies of any relevant qualifications or authorisations of the Temporary Worker, and - Two references from persons not related to the Temporary Worker who have agreed that the references they provide may be disclosed to the Client and has taken all reasonably practicable steps to confirm that the Temporary Worker is suitable for the Assignment. If the Employment Business is unable to do any of the above it shall inform the Client of the steps it has taken to obtain this information in any event. 10. TERMINATION 10.1 The Client undertakes to supervise the Temporary Worker sufficiently to ensure the Client’s satisfaction with the Temporary Worker’s standards of work- manship. If the Client reasonably considers that the services of the Temporary Worker are unsatisfactory, the Client may terminate the Assignment either by instructing the Temporary Worker to leave the Assignment immediately, or by directing the Employment Business to remove the Temporary Worker. The Employment Business may, in such circumstances, reduce or cancel the charges for the time worked by that Temporary Worker, provided that the Assignment terminates: - a) Within four hours of the Temporary Worker commencing the Assignment where the booking is for more than seven hours; or b) Within two hours for bookings of seven hours or less; And also provided that notification of the unsuitability of the Temporary Worker is confirmed in writing to the Employment Business within 48 hours of the termination of the Assignment. 10.2 Any of the Client, the Employment Business or the Temporary Worker may terminate an Assignment at any time without prior notice and without liability. 10.3 The Client shall notify the Employment Business immediately and without delay and in any event within [24] hours if the Temporary Worker fails to attend work or notifies the Client that the Temporary Worker is unable to attend work for any reason. 10.4 The Employment Business shall notify the Client immediately if it receives or otherwise obtains information which gives it reasonable grounds to believe that a Temporary Worker supplied to the Client is unsuitable for the Assignment and shall terminate the Assignment under the provisions of clause 10.2. 11. LAW 11.1 These Terms are governed by the law of Scotland are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Scotland Signed for and on behalf of the Client ___________________ Dated
  • 32. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com 31 TERMS OF BUSINESS FOR THE INTRODUCTION OF PERMANENT OR CONTRACT STAFF TO BE DIRECTLY EMPLOYED BY THE CLIENT 1. DEFINITIONS 1.1. In these Terms of Business the following definitions apply: “Applicant” means the person introduced by the Agency to the Client for an Engagement including any officer or employee of the Applicant if the Applicant is a limited company and members of the Agency’s own staff; “Client” means the person; firm or corporate body together with any subsidiary or associated Company as defined by the Companies Act 1985 to which the Applicant is introduced; “Agency” means Orion Engineering Services Limited (or any trading division thereof) of Orion House, Castleheather, Inverness, IV2 6AA “Engagement” means the engagement, employment or use of the Applicant by the Client or any third party on a permanent or temporary basis, whether under a contract of service or for services; under an agency, licence, franchise or partnership agreement; or any other engagement; directly or through a limited company of which the Applicant is an officer or employee “Introduction” means (i) the Client’s interview of an Applicant in person or by telephone, following the Client’s instruction to the Agency to search for an Applicant; or (ii) the passing to the Client of a curriculum vitæ or information which identifies the Applicant; and which leads to an Engagement of that Applicant; “Remuneration” includes base salary or fees, guaranteed and/or anticipated bonus and commission earnings, allowances, inducement payments, the benefit of a company car and all other payments and taxable (and, where applicable, non-taxable) emoluments payable to or receivable by the Applicant for services rendered to or on behalf of the Client. Where the Client provides a company car, a notional amount of [specify] will be added to the salary in order to calculate the Agency’s fee. 1.2. Unless the context requires otherwise, references to the singular include the plural. 1.3. The headings contained in these Terms of Business are for convenience only and do not affect their interpretation. 2. THE CONTRACT 2.1. These Terms constitute the contract between the Agency and the Client and are deemed to be accepted by the Client by virtue of an Introduction to, or the Engagement of an Applicant or the passing of any information about the Applicant to any third party following an Introduction. 2.2. These terms contain the entire agreement between the parties and unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Agency, these Terms of Business prevail over any other terms of business or purchase conditions put forward by the Client. 2.3 No variation or alteration to these Terms shall be valid unless the details of such variation are agreed between the Agency and the Client and are set out in writing and a copy of the varied terms is given to the Client stating the date on or after which such varied terms shall apply. 3. NOTIFICATION AND FEES 3.1. The Client agrees: a) To notify the Agency immediately of any offer of an Engagement which it makes to the Applicant; b) To notify the Agency immediately that its offer of an Engagement to the Applicant has been accepted and to provide details of the Remuneration to the Agency; and c) To pay the Agency’s fee within 30 days of the date of invoice. 3.2. Except in the circumstances set out in clause 5.1 below, no fee is incurred by the Client until the Applicant commences the Engagement when the Agency will render an invoice to the Client for its fees. 3.3 The Agency reserves the right to charge interest on invoiced amounts unpaid for more than 30 days at the rate of 8% per annum above the base rate from time to time of the Bank of Scotland from the due date until the date of payment. 3.4 The fee payable to the Agency by the Client for an Introduction resulting in an Engagement is the amount equal to 20% of the Remuneration applicable during the first 12 months of the Engagement. VAT will be charged on the fee if applicable. 3.5 In the event that the Engagement is for a fixed term of less than 12 months, the fee in clause 3.4 will apply pro-rata. If the Engagement is extended beyond the initial fixed term or if the Client re-engages the Applicant within 6 calendar months from the date of termination of the first Engagement the Client shall be liable to pay a further fee based on the additional Remuneration applicable for the period of Engagement following the initial fixed term up to the termination of the second Engagement or the first anniversary of its commencement, whichever is the sooner. 3.6 If the Client subsequently engages or re-engages the Applicant within the period of 6 calendar months from the date of termination of the Engagement or withdrawal of the offer, a full fee calculated in accordance with clause 3.4 above becomes payable. 4. REFUNDS 4.1. In order to qualify for the following refund, the Client must pay the Agency’s fee within 30 days of the date of invoice and must notify the Agency in writing of the termination of the Engagement within 7 days of its termination. 4.2. If the Engagement terminates before the expiry of 12 weeks from the commencement of the Engagement (except where the Applicant is made redundant) a refund of 1% will be allowed against the Agency’s fee for each complete week of the initial 12 week period not worked by the Applicant. 4.3. In circumstances where clause 3.6 applies the full fee stated in clause 3.4 is payable and there shall be no entitlement to a refund.
  • 33. OrionGroup Company Profile www.orioneng.com People are our business - Worldwide www.orionjobs.com32 5. CANCELLATION FEE 5.1 If, after an offer of Engagement has been made to the Applicant, the Client decides for any reason to withdraw it, the Client shall be liable to pay the Agency a minimum fee of 10% of the Remuneration where the annual Remuneration is £20,000 or less and 7.5% of the Remuneration where the annual Remuneration is £20,001 or more 6. INTRODUCTIONS 6.1. Introductions of Applicants are confidential. The disclosure by the Client to a third party of any details regarding an Applicant introduced by the Agency which results in an Engagement with that third party within 6 months of the Introduction renders the Client liable to payment of the Agency’s fee as set out in clause 3.4 with no entitlement to any refund. 6.2. An introduction fee calculated in accordance with clause 3.4 will be charged in relation to any Applicant engaged as a consequence of or resulting from an introduction by or through the Agency, whether direct or indirect, within 6 months from the date of the Agency’s Introduction. 6.3. Where the amount of the actual Remuneration is not known the Agency will charge a fee calculated in accordance with clause 3.4 on the minimum level of remuneration applicable for the position in which the Applicant has been engaged with regard to any information supplied to the Agency by the Client and/or comparable positions in the market generally for such positions. 7. SUITABILITY AND REFERENCES 7.1. The Agency endeavours to ensure the suitability of any Applicant introduced to the Client by obtaining confirmation of the Applicant’s identity; that the Applicant has the experience, training, qualifications and any authorisation which the Client considers necessary or which may be required by law or by any professional body; and that the Applicant is willing to work to work in the position which the Client seeks to fill. 7.2. At the same time as proposing an Applicant to the Client the Agency shall inform the Client of such matters in clause 7.1 as they have obtained confirmation of. Where such information is not given in paper form or by electronic means it shall be confirmed by such means by the end of the third business day (excluding Saturday, Sunday and any public or Bank holiday) following save where the Applicant is being proposed for a position which is the same as one in which the Applicant has worked within the previous five business days and such information has already been given to the Client. 7.3. The Agency endeavours to take all such steps as are reasonably practicable to ensure that the Client and Applicant are aware of any requirements imposed by law or any professional body to enable the Applicant to work in the position which the Client seeks to fill. 7.4. The Agency endeavours to take all such steps as are reasonably practicable to ensure that it would not be detrimental to the interests of either the Client or the Applicant for the Applicant to work in the position which the Client seeks to fill. 7.5. Notwithstanding clauses 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4 above the Client shall satisfy itself as to the suitability of the Applicant and the Client shall take up any references provided by the Applicant to it or the Agency before engaging such Applicant. The Client is responsible for obtaining work permits and/or such other permission to work as may be required, for the arrangement of medical examinations and/or investigations into the medical history of any Applicant, and satisfying any medical and other requirements, qualifications or permission required by law of the country in which the Applicant is engaged to work. 7.6. To enable the Agency to comply with its obligations under clauses 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4 above the Client undertakes to provide to the Agency details of the position which the Client seeks to fill, including the type of work that the Applicant would be required to do; the location and hours of work; the experience, training, qualifications and any authorisation which the Client considers necessary or which are required by law or any professional body for the Applicant to possess in order to work in the position; and any risks to health or safety known to the Client and what steps the Client has taken to prevent or control such risks. In addition the Client shall provide details of the date the Client requires the Applicant to commence, the duration or likely duration of the work; the minimum rate of remuneration, expenses and any other benefits that would be offered; the intervals of payment of remuneration and the length of notice that the Applicant would be entitled to give and receive to terminate the employment with the Client. 8. SPECIAL SITUATIONS 8.1 Where the Applicant is required by law, or any professional body to have any qualifications or authorisations to work in the position which the Client seeks to fill; or the work involves caring for or attending one or more persons under the age of eighteen, or any person who by reason of age, infirmity or who is otherwise in need of care or attention, the Agency will take all reasonably practicable steps to obtain and offer to provide copies of any relevant qualifications or authorisations of the Applicant, two references from persons not related to the Applicant who have agreed that the references they provide may be disclosed to the Client and has taken all reasonably practicable steps to confirm that the Applicant is suitable for the position. If the Agency is unable to do any of the above it shall inform the Client of the steps it has taken to obtain this information in any event. 9. LIABILITY 9.1 The Agency shall not be liable under any circumstances for any loss, expense, damage, delay, costs or compensation (whether direct, indirect or consequential) which may be suffered or incurred by the Client arising from or in any way connected with the Agency seeking an Applicant for the Client or from the Introduction to or Engagement of any Applicant by the Client or from the failure of the Agency to introduce any Applicant. For the avoidance of doubt, the Agency does not exclude liability for death or personal injury arising from its own negligence. 10. LAW 10.1 These Terms are governed by the law of Scotland and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Scotland Signed for and on behalf of the Client ___________________ Dated

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