At Enbridge, work cannot commence without a fully signed contract in place. In order to contract with Enbridge, your company must demonstrate that you have the following:
- Certificate of incorporation
- Proof of registration and good standing with the applicable Workers’ Compensation Board (or equivalent)
- Proof of insurance coverage that meets Enbridge’s requirements as outlined within your contract. Coverage may include, but not be limited to, the following:
- Comprehensive General Liability
- Automobile Liability Insurance
- Property Insurance
- Professional Liability Insurance
Depending upon the nature and location of work, Enbridge may have additional requirements.
Additionally, Enbridge requires prequalification of suppliers which may include quality, technical, safety and/or financial reviews. Enbridge has engaged ISNetworld to prequalify contractor’s health and safety programs against company and regulatory requirements. As such, contractors may be required to obtain an ISNetworld account to demonstrate their ability to meet health and safety prequalification requirements.