Qualification requirement #1: Tenderers must have sufficient capacity and have a good implementation ability that demonstrates that the tenderer can fulfil the contract. Sufficient capacity means that the tenderer must be able to provide services within the scope that is outlined in the tender documentation. The tenderer and the tenderer's persons (contact person and executors) are required to have fire prevention competence.
Documentation requirement #1: A brief, general description of the business, including:
An account of the company’s business concept and core competence related to the scope of the delivery. An overview of the company’s history, organisation and ownership, as well as a description of the current business. A description of how the tenderer is organised for the execution of this contract, including a list of personnel the tenderer has at disposal for fulfilment of the contract area requested. An account of fire prevention competence (e.g., fire engineer, firefighter, or similar).
Qualification requirement #2: Tenderers must have good experience from similar deliveries, demonstrating that they can fulfil the contract. Document experience from similar contracts.
Documentation requirement #2: Overview of relevant deliveries in the last 3 years. Relevant assignments mean framework agreement deliveries that, in content and scope, are comparable with what is requested in this contest. The overview must, as a minimum, contain: - A brief description of the delivery.
Date of implementation. Scope of the contract in monetary amount. Name and telephone number of the reference person at the contracting authority. The contracting authority must have the possibility of contacting the stated contact persons.
Attach the completed annex 4 reference form.
Qualification requirement #3: Tenderers must have an environmental management system that describes how the company carries out and continuously limits its environmental impact to ensure that the tenderer is suitable for fulfilling the contract.
Documentation requirement #3: A description of the company's environmental management system, or certification from a relevant and recognised third party can also be submitted.
Qualification requirement #4: Tenderers must have the required professional qualifications/certifications. Tenderers are required to have knowledge and experience of relevant systems within internal control/MOMD.
Documentation requirement #4: A description must be given of how the tenderer complies, and will comply with relevant rules for the entire contract period. This involves, for example, requirements for development classes, certification for the right to be responsible, etc., in, e.g., the Building Application Regulations (SAK10) and the Planning and Building Act.
Other rules, as well as any changes to the rules, must also be complied with. A short description must be given of the MOMD system that the tenderer has knowledge and experience of, including the three most used systems.