Important here that it is clear what is being notified and for what reason. There are several obligations throughout the contract and they are all listed for you within this form. There is a “catch-all” element at the bottom for “other general notifications” for anything else that you wish to notify that is not one of the other reasons listed. This is to catch anything else and to avoid the need for a “general communication form” which other systems seem to have and we pride ourselves in not having or needing such a form.
There are three notifications the Supervisor can give under the contract – date of tests and inspections to be carried out, tests and inspections have been carried out and works can be brought int working areas, and notification of the Defects Certificate. These need to be communicated in writing to the Contractor.
Creating a Notification
Each notification requires a subject, and then to choose the contractual reason for the notification from the drop-down list. The reason for the notification has to be within that list. However, there is a catch-all “other general notification” at the bottom of the list for either party wanting to notify something that is not on the list e.g. PM wants to share a safety bulletin for information with the Contractor. They then go on to write the details as to what is being notified.