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Poland-Opole: Medical breathing devices
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Purchase, installation and commissioning of two conventional ventilation ventilators for patients with a body weight of at least 0.5 kg, together with staff training in service.
Respirator for the treatment of various types of respiratory infestations in newborns and children by means of conventional ventilation.
Respirator for adults and children with a minimum body weight between 0.5 and 250 kg.
Respirator mounted on a wheel-locked trolley
Minimum 1 drawers or lockers for accessories in the respirator trolley. Uncomfortable drawer/shoulder protect against dust and fluids (buckets are not allowed).
Factory new, unused, non-reconfigured equipment
Respirator power supply
Oxygen and air supply from a compressed gas source with a pressure range of at least 2 to 6 bar.
Gas supply pipes of a minimum length of 3 m for oxygen and air with connectors suitable for the existing gas system.
Breathing gas mixing system.
Opole University Clinical Hospital, al. Wincent Witos 26, 45-401 Opole
Types of ventilation:
17. Volume Ventilation Yes.
18. Pressure Ventilation Yes.
19. Spontaneously pressurised ventilation Yes.
20. SIMV-VC and SIMV-PC and SIMV-PRVC ventilation and pressure assistance Yes.
21. Pressure ventilation with guaranteed volume of Autoflow or APV or VC+ or PRVC Yes.
Ventilators – types of ventilation:
— Emergency ventilation with failure of assisted ventilation.
— Non-invasive ventilation by the NIV mask with pressure aid.
— Non-invasive ventilation by a pressure-controlled NIV mask.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
1. The Contractor undertakes to deliver the subject of the contract between 7.30 and 14.00 at the Contracting Authority’s Storage Office.
2. The Contractor will notify the Contracting Authority of the date of dispatch and the expected date for delivery of the subject of the contract by telephone at the Contracting Authority’s telephone number: 4520-435.
3. The cost of packaging the contract shall form part of the Contractor’s remuneration.
4. The subject of the contract will be delivered:
(1) in packaging to prevent third-party access as well as against damage and to ensure proper storage conditions marked with information including:
(a) the place of destination, i.e.: Opole University Clinical Hospital.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
List of declarations to be made by the Contractor to pre-certify that he is not subject to exclusion and that he fulfils the conditions for participation in the procedure
1. The Contractor’s tender shall be accompanied by a declaration of non-exclusion and compliance with the conditions for participation to the extent specified by the Contracting Authority.
2. The declaration referred to in paragraph. 1, shall be submitted on the European Single Procurement Document form, drawn up in accordance with the model standard form set out in Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2016/7 of 5 January 2016 laying down the standard form for the European Single Procurement Document (OJ EU L 3, 6.1.2016, p. 16), hereinafter referred to as ‘the Single Document’.
Contracting authority pursuant to Article 126. 1 The PPL requests personal evidence to prove the absence of the grounds for exclusion referred to in Articles 108 and 109(1)(4) of the PPL.
(a) up-to-date information from the National Criminal Register to the extent specified in Article 108(1)(1), (2) and (4) of the PPL, drawn up not earlier than 6 months before its submission;
Note: In the case of joint contractors (in particular consortium members, partners in a civil-law partnership), a copy must be submitted by each of the Contractors jointly applying for the contract.
(b) Description from the competent register or the Central Register and Information on Economic Activities, where separate provisions require entry in a register or records within the scope of Article 109(1)(4) of the PPL, drawn up not earlier than 3 months before its submission, where separate provisions require entry in the register or records.
(c) Statements by the Contractor that the information contained in the declaration referred to in Article 125 is up-to-date. 1 of the Acts (JEDZ) as regards the grounds for exclusion from the procedure indicated by the Contracting Authority referred to in:
(a) Article 108 Article 1(3) of the Act;
(b) Article 108 Article 1(4) of the Law on the prohibition of applying for a public contract as a precautionary measure;
(c) Article 108 Article 1(5) of the Act concerning the conclusion of an agreement with other contractors aimed at distorting competition;
(d) Article 108 1 point 6 of the Act.
Information for foreign contractors
1.Where the Contractor has its registered office or place of residence outside the Republic of Poland, instead of:
The documents referred to in point (a) shall be lodged with information from the relevant register, such as the judicial record, or, failing that, by an equivalent document issued by a competent judicial or administrative authority in the country in which the Contractor is established,
— the documents referred to in point (b) of the VCS shall be submitted by a document or documents issued in the country in which the Contractor is established, certifying, respectively, that he has not been wound up, has not been declared bankrupt, has not been administered by a liquidator or a court, has not entered into an arrangement with creditors, is not suspended, or is not in any analogous situation arising from a similar procedure provided for in the law of the place where the procedure is opened.
1. Remedies shall be available to the Contractor if he has or has had an interest in the award of the contract and if he has suffered or is likely to suffer damage as a result of the Contracting Authority’s failure to comply with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act.
2. An appeal may be brought against:
(1) an act of the contracting authority, which is not in conformity with the Act, undertaken in a procurement procedure, including the proposed provision of the contract;
(2) failure to act in the procurement procedure to which the contracting authority was obliged by law;
3) failure to carry out a tendering procedure under the Act, even though the contracting authority was obliged to do so.
3. Appeals shall be lodged with the President of the National Board of Appeal in writing, either electronically or electronically, bearing a trusted signature.
4. The appellant shall forward to the contracting authority the notice of appeal filed electronically or in electronic form, or a copy of that notice, if lodged in writing, before the expiry of the time-limit for bringing an appeal, in such a way as to enable him to become acquainted with it before the expiry of that time-limit.
5. The notice of appeal shall be lodged within 10 days of the date of publication of the notice in the Official Journal of the European Union or of the procurement documents on the internet and within 10 days of the date of notification of the Contracting Authority’s action on which it is based.
6. Against the decision of the National Board of Appeal and the order of the President of the National Board of Appeal referred to in Article 519. 1 The PPL, the parties and the parties to the appeal proceedings may bring an action before the courts. The appeal is lodged with the Sąd Okręgowy w Warszawie (Regional Court, Warsaw) via the President of the National Board of Appeal.
7. Detailed information on remedies is provided in Section IX ‘Remedies’ of the PPL.