In India, the private security agencies are governed by the PSAR
Act of 2005 as enacted by the Parliament with 25 sections and a Schedule.
Tenders are invited for Offer of Service Charge towards deployment of security personnel for 1500 nos for Areas unit & HQ of ECL & CMPDIL RI-I asansol by security agencies having valid PSAR
License applicable for the state of west bengal
for units, Areas & HQ of ECL and CMPDIL, Rl-I, Asansol by the Security Agencies having registration under PSAR
Act-2005 or empanelled with DGR as per the scope of work
The PSAR includes provisions, both for the design basis and beyond the design basis, needed for safety margins analysis, for earthquakes, tsunamis and aircraft-crash scenarios.
The PSAR should be updated to reflect the latest revisions of the hazard studies.
Since Private Security Agencies are already required to get license under PSAR
Act 2005, the requirement of putting them through another line of Government approvals through FIPB has now been done away with for FDI up to 49%.
Tenders are invited for provisions of Contract Labour(Regulation & Abolition) Act 1970 & PSAR
2005 for rendering the services of Monitoring the incoming and outgoing movements of persons and materials and safety of exhibits, installation and other assets etc.
Acquisition and Int'l topics are also elements to PSAR
Contract Awarded for Caretaker duties at Pilbara Seismic Array PSAR