NASA 1852.242-78 Emergency Medical Services and Evacuation. Basic (APR 2001) (Current)

As prescribed in 1842.7003, the contracting officer must insert the clause at 1852.242-78, Emergency Medical Services and Evacuation, in all solicitations and contracts when employees of the contractor are required to travel outside the United States or to remote locations in the United States.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AND EVACUATION (APR 2001)

The Contractor shall, at its own expense, be responsible for making all arrangements for emergency medical services and evacuation, if required, for its employees while performing work under this contract outside the United States or in remote locations in the United States. If necessary to deal with certain emergencies, the Contractor may request the Government to provide medical or evacuation services. If the Government provides such services, the Contractor shall reimburse the Government for the costs incurred.

(End of clause)

Prime’s Interest;
(Applies to all solicitations and contracts when employees of the contractor are required to travel outside the United States or to remote locations in the United States.);

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