Exhibit A - TAMPA INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
- The contractor shall maintain the following types of insurance for the duration of any work performed pursuant to this Agreement, and unless otherwise agreed to by the City in writing, any addendum hereto.
COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE - Shall be written on ISO Occurrence Form CG 00 01 or equivalent substitute form to cover liability arising from premises and operations, independent contractors, products and completed operations, personal and advertising injury, contractual for this Agreement, and XCU exposures, unless waived by the City. The combined bodily injury and property damage limit shall not be less than $1,000,000 each occurrence and annual aggregate and shall apply specifically to the services provided under this Agreement.
AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE - Shall be maintained in accordance with the laws of the state of Florida as to the ownership, maintenance and use of all owned, non-owned, leased and hired vehicles. The combined bodily injury and property damage limit shall not be less than $1,000,000 each accident.
WORKERS' COMPENSATION/EMPLOYERS LIABILITY INSURANCE - Workers' Compensation insurance shall cover all employees engaged in work for the contractor in accordance with the laws of the state of Florida. The Employers Liability limit shall not be less than $100,000 disease each employee, $500,000 disease aggregate, and $100,000 each accident.
UMBRELLA LIABILITY INSURANCE - Shall be maintained with coverage identical to and in excess of the primary underlying liability coverages specified above and evidence of same shall be set forth on a form provided by the City. The minimum limit shall be $4,000,000 per occurrence and annual aggregate and shall apply specifically to the services provided under this Agreement.
PROPERTY INSURANCE - Shall be maintained on an all risk replacement cost form to cover all equipment and furnishings associated with the services provided under this Agreement. The City shall be included as a loss payee. The Contractor shall be responsible for all deductibles.
ADDITIONAL INSURED - The City shall be included as an insured by way of ISO endorsement CG 20 10 or its equivalent on the general & excess liability policies. Alternatively, the contractor may purchase a separate owners protective liability policy in the name of the City in the amounts specified above for general liability which shall be excess over any insurance of the contractor.
CLAIMS MADE POLICIES - If any liability insurance is issued on a claims made form, contractor agrees to maintain uninterrupted coverage for a minimum of one year following completion and acceptance of the work either through purchase of an extended reporting provision, or through purchase of successive renewals with a retroactive date not later than the beginning of performance of work for the City.CANCELLATION/NON-RENEWAL - Thirty (30) days written notice by registered or certified mail must be given to the City of any cancellation, intent to non-renew, or material reduction in coverages (except aggregate liability limits). However, ten (10) days notice may be given for non-payment of premium. Notice shall be sent to City of Tampa Cable Communication, 306 East Jackson Street, Tampa, FL 33602.
EVIDENCE OF INSURANCE - The City must receive a certificate of insurance on a form provided by the City prior to the commencement of any services provided under this Agreement. Certified copies of the policies evidencing the coverages required herein are also acceptable, and if requested shall be furnished to the City. Renewal certificates shall be provided to the City at least ten (10) days prior to expiration of the current coverages.
Work may not begin until proof of insurance is submitted as required herein and approved by the City. If at any time Contractor fails to maintain the coverages required herein, all work shall cease until coverage is restored.
If a binder is submitted initially as evidence of insurance coverage, the binder must be effective from the date of issue until such time as the actual policy is in existence and submitted to the City.
WAIVER OF SUBROGATION - Contractor waives all rights against City, its agents, officers, directors, and employees for recovery of damages to the extent such damage is covered under the general liability, automobile liability, excess liability or property insurance policies.
SUBCONTRACTORS - It is the contractor's responsibility to require all subcontractors to maintain adequate insurance coverage.
PRIMARY POLICIES - The contractor's insurance is primary to the City's insurance or any self insurance program thereof.
RATING - All insurers shall be authorized to do business in Florida, and shall have an A.M. Best rating of B+ (or better), Class VI (or higher), or otherwise be acceptable to the City if not rated by A.M. Best.
DEDUCTIBLES - The contractor is responsible for all deductibles. In the event of loss which would have been covered but for the presence of a deductible, the City may withhold from payment to contractor an amount equal to the deductible to cover such loss should full recovery not be obtained under the insurance policy.
INSURANCE ADJUSTMENTS - These insurance requirements may be increased, reduced, or waived at the City's sole option with an appropriate adjustment to the contract price.
Exhibit B - Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity