Best Quality & Performance Is Our Commitment 
 
MCES - WORK FORCE RECRUITMENTS
& CARRER OPPERTUNITIRS

MCES primary goal when recruiting new employees is to fill vacancies with persons who have the best available skills, abilities or experience needed to perform the work. Decisions regarding the recruitment, selection and placement of employees are made on the basis of job-related criteria.

When positions become available, qualified current employees are encouraged and are welcome to apply for the position. As openings occur, notices relating general information about the position are announced. The manager of the department with the opening will arrange interviews with employees who apply. We encourage current employees to recruit new talent for the MCES.

Employment Classifications

The following terms will be used to describe employment classifications and status:
       Probationary Employees: Employees are hired by the company on a trial basis for a period of 60 calendar days for the purpose of assessing their ability to perform assigned tasks. Such employment may be terminated at any time, with or without cause, at any time during or after the 60-day period if such action is deemed appropriate by the employee or the Company. The 60-day period may be extended by the Company, in its sole discretion, if it determines that such an extension is desirable or appropriate for any reason.

       Full-Time Employee: Full-time employees are those who are regularly scheduled to work at least 40 hours per week that are not hired on a temporary basis.


       Temporary Employee: Employees hired for an interim period of time, usually to fill in for vacations, leaves of absence, or projects of a limited duration. Temporary employees are not eligible for Company paid benefits, except as required by law.

       Seasonal Employee: Seasonal employees are those hired into a position for which the customary annual employment is 6 months or less. Seasonal employees are generally not eligible for benefits. If your status changes from temporary or seasonal to part-time or full-time, you are considered. Hired on the date you become a full-time or part-time employee for purposes of calculating eligibility for benefits that require a minimum term of employment.


PERMIT TO WORK

To ensure that HES requirements for Permit to Work (PTW) are addressed in the related activities of the project. A permit to work process is in place which incorporates checks and authorization's consistent with mechanical and operational risks. As a minimum, the permit to work system covers hot work, confined space and excavation permits. Permits include but not limited to;

       Vehicle Entry Permit
       Confined Space Entry Permit
       Electrical Work Permit
       Hot Work Permit
       Excavation Permit
       Cold Work Permit
       Crane Lift Permit

Certification will be carried out by the following:
       Permit to Work
       Register Permit to Work
       Completed Forms.


 
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Administrative Office: -  Palash Natunpara, Palash-1610, Ghorashal, Narsingdi, Bangladesh
Phone: +8801789650969, +8801303595289  URL: www.mcesbd.com, Email: info@mcesbd.com, ceo@mcesbd.com
FLAG-4: CONSTRUCTION POLICY

This supplement will assist construction companies and related firms in preparing a Standard
Operating Procedures (SOP) Manual for their medium to mega construction businesses.
The Construction Act defines construction contracts. All design and construction contracts,
including professional appointments, are likely to be construction contracts as long as they
relate to "construction operations".

Construction law involves any legal issue related to the construction of a building or other
structure Common construction-related legal disputes include workplace injuries and
accidents, construction defects, contract issues, and problems with obtaining the proper
planning or building permits.

Key _ of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)

Work Selection.
Project Planning.
Development Orders.
Costs Control.
Equipment Control.
Construction Estimating.
Progress Billing.
Construction Purchasing.
Construction Quality Control.
Construction Safety Controls.
Construction Scheduling.
Construction Works.
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