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Denmark-Copenhagen: Provision of Medical Services to the European Environment Agency and the European Commission Representation in Denmark
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Provision of Medical Services to the European Environment Agency and the European Commission Representation in Denmark
The purpose of this inter-institutional call for tenders is to establish framework contract(s) with (an) economic operator(s) who will provide medical services including ergonomics to the EEA and the European Commission, Representation in Denmark and/or a tailored wellbeing programme.
Medical Services Including Ergonomics
The services shall be delivered at the contractor’s premises, unless indicated otherwise in the respective order forms.
The contracting authorities consider that they will require the provision of various services within the medical services:
— perform pre-recruitment examinations of prospective new employees on their aptitude or non-aptitude for employment;
— carry-out medical check-ups every year offered to all staff members to detect or prevent any health issues and/or illness;
— advise on compliance with regulatory framework according to the SR and CEOS by the Medical adviser;
— data collection and maintenance of medical files of staff members accessible to the medical adviser and concerned staff member, only by authorisation of the former;
— carry-out preventive health testing/vaccination campaigns (e.g. seasonal flu vaccination);
— providing on-site ergonomic assessments of workstation in the offices of the contracting authorities upon request by Human Resource management (HRM);
— consulting with medical experts (medical adviser, psychologist, occupational health therapist);
— providing administrative service (invoicing, correspondence, verification, and certification of medical test results, etc.).
The successful tenderer(s) will be awarded a framework service contract for an initial period of 24 (twenty-four) months, starting from the date of signature, with the possibility of maximum one renewal for another period of 24 (twenty-four) months.
By reference to the background information provided under section I.2) of the tender specifications, the contracting authorities expect the future contractor to provide the following services:
— provide consultation on methodology and strategic choices for a wellbeing programme;
— carry-out an initial stock-taking assessment of existing initiatives addressing wellbeing and their effectiveness;
— present a wellbeing programme that is limited in time of 4-6 months and involves both staff and management;
— run a series of workshops and other interactive tools that aim at engaging and strengthening the entire organisation within an increasingly volatile working climate;
— monitor and report regularly on progress;
— roll-out of a regular individual check-in with staff on wellbeing status, with option for follow-up consultation (max. 3 sessions);
— prepare a final project report.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
EEA premises at Kongens Nytorv 6, 1050 Copenhagen K, DENMARK.
Representatives of tenderers (one per tenderer) are allowed to participate in the opening session. They are requested to inform EEA's procurement services in advance and at the latest by 18 November 2020 by email at email@example.com
Section VI: Complementary information
Tenderers can download the tender documents and any additional information from the eTendering website: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=7258
This website will be updated regularly and it is the tenderer's responsibility to check for updates and modifications during the tendering period.
Within 2 months of the notification to the plaintiff (date of receipt), or, in the absence thereof, the day when the person concerned had knowledge of the relevant information, an appeal may be lodged with the Court of Justice of the European Union.