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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: Medical analysis laboratory services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.eca.europa.eu
Section II: Object
Medical analysis laboratory services
The court wishes to call on the services of a medical analysis laboratory for the analyses prescribed by the medical advisers of the court as part of the annual medical examinations of its staff, as well as in the context of recruitment medical examinations or occupational medicine in general. The estimated number of examinations for 4 years is given as an indication in the price offer form.
Under the conditions listed below, the contractor must be able to:
a) perform the prescribed analyses,
b) to take, in its sampling centre(s), the necessary samples and/or to collect these from the medical service of the court,
c) to communicate the results, and
d) to take samples from one of the buildings occupied by the court in case of emergency.
Budget of the European Union
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Tenderers must provide proof that they are qualified to carry out the specified activity for the contract by producing the following documents:
1) authorisation, issued by the Luxembourg Ministry of Health to open and operate a laboratory for medical biology analyses, pursuant to the law of 16.7.1984 on medical analysis laboratories and the Grand-Ducal Regulation of 27.5 .2004 determining the minimum criteria to be observed in the context of the overall activities of a medical analysis laboratory, or issued by the competent authority of another Member State;
2) authorisation of the laboratory manager(s) issued by the Minister of Health pursuant to the Grand-Ducal Regulation of 18.12.1998 determining the disciplines of a laboratory for medical biology analyses and regulating specialised training of laboratory managers, or issued by the competent authority of another Member State.
To verify this criterion, the tenderer must submit in its application:
1) balance sheets and profit and loss accounts for the last 3 years (2017-2016-2015) and an indication of the turnover for the services to which the contract refers, carried out during the last 3 financial years (2017-2016-2015);
2) proof of the subscription to an insurance policy covering the occupational risk in relation to the type of services covered by this contract.
The financial and economic capacity of the tenderers will be assessed on the basis of the documents mentioned above which the tenderers must submit.
If, for some exceptional reason which the contracting authority considers to be justified, the tenderer is unable to produce the means of proof required, it is permitted to provide evidence of its financial capacity by any means which the contracting authority deems suitable.
The average turnover over the past three years for the services to which the contract refers must be at least 200 000,00 EUR.
The insurance covering the occupational risk must at least cover the estimated value of the contract.
Tenderers must demonstrate that they have sufficient technical and professional capacity to perform the contract in compliance with the contractual terms, taking into account the value and scale of the contract.
To verify this criterion, the tenderer must submit in its application to participate:
1) a description of the laboratory and an organisational chart of its structure;
2) the description of the number of sampling centres, their exact location and opening hours;
3) a description of the systems, electronic or otherwise, for communicating the results to patients and prescribing medical advisers, and the measures taken in terms of security and protection of personal data;
4) an ISO 15189 accreditation or other equivalent European standard.
1) the tenderer must demonstrate that it has or will have at least one sampling centre on the day of the execution of the contract within 5 km of the court. This centre is or must be accessible by public transport from the centre of Luxembourg and from the headquarters of the court. This centre is or must be open at least between 7 am and 9 am, Monday to Friday;
2) sending results by postal services and electronic access of the results by medical advisers and patients.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Requests for additional information must be sent via the 'Create a question' link in the 'Questions and Answers' tab on the corresponding TED eTendering page (https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=4272). Where applicable, the additional information and the aforementioned information will be published on this site. Tenderers are advised to register in the eTendering application in order to receive notifications regarding the contract. No requests for additional information will be answered from 21.12.2018 to 4.1.2019. The Court of Auditors will be closed from 22 December to 2 January inclusive.
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Internet address: http://ombudsman.europa.eu/
Within 2 months of the tenderer being notified of the award decision or, failing this, of the date on which it became known to them. A complaint made to the European Ombudsman neither suspends this period nor opens a new period for lodging appeals.
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