German Authority Persons (Contract)

In connection with the offshore construction activities of the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link project a Vessel Traffic Service, VTS Fehmarnbelt, will be established as a part of the risk control measures.

The VTS Fehmarnbelt consists of a number of risk control measures. One measure is the guarding of the offshore work areas by two guard vessels at all times. In addition to the normal crew onboard, each guard vessel will have two representatives from the German and Danish maritime authorities (one German and one Danish person).

This tender relates to the German authority persons and the winner of the tender will be responsible for employing and providing the German authority persons. The authority persons will act only upon demand and instruction by VTS Fehmarnbelt.

The acts of the German authority persons will be mainly restricted to technical support such as warning a ship nearing a work area by sound or light signal or establishing a VHF-contact if VTS Fehmarnbelt is unable to do so. Consequently, the authority person will not undertake any independent individual authority decisions. Therefore, under German law this person acts as “Verwaltungshelfer” for the German VTS authority.

The tender was sent for publication on Tender Electronic Daily on 17 January 2020.

Candidates interested in requesting for participation must submit its the request for participation by uploading it to the electronic tendering system. The electronic tendering system is accessed via the link: http://eu.eu-supply.com/app/rfq/rwlentrance_s.asp?PID=260859&B=KA

The deadline for requesting for participation is 18 February 2020 12:00 local time in Denmark.

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