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tions where all occupational diseases are not compensable under applicable law, insurance for occupational diseases will be required under the employers' liability section of the insurance policy; however, such additional insurance will not be required where contract operations are commingled with the contractor's commercial operations so that it would be impracticable to require such coverage. The clause set forth in § 1-10.402 shall be included in all contracts subject to the Defense Base Act unless applicability of that Act has been waived by the Secretary of Labor as provided in § 110.402(b).
§ 1-10.5022 General liability insurance.
(a) Bodily injury liability insurance will be required on the comprehensive form of policy.
(b) Property damage liability insurance will be required only in special circumstances as determined by the agency concerned. Property damage liability insurance may be approved when the nature of the contract operations warrant its purchase or where such operations are not separable from the contractor's commercial operations.
$ 1-10.502-4 Aircraft public and passenger
liability insurance. Where aircraft are used in connection with the performance of the contract, aircraft public and passenger liability insurance ordinarily will be considered required coverage. 8 1-10.502-5 Vessel collision liability and
protection and indemnity liability in.
surance. Where vessels are used in connection with the performance of the contract, vessel collision liability and protection and indemnity liability insurance will be required whenever deemed necessary by the agency concerned. 8 1-10.503 Self-insurance.
Qualified programs of self-insurance covering any kind of risk may be approved where an examination of the program indicates that its application to the cost-reimbursement type contract is in the best interest of the Government. However, in any jurisdiction where workmen's compensation does not completely cover employers' liability to employees, a program of self-insurance for workmen's compensation may be approved only if
(a) The contractor also maintains an approved program of self-insurance for any employers' liability which is not so covered; or
(b) The contractor shows that the combined cost to the Government of self-insurance for workmen's compensation and commercial insurance for employers' liability will not exceed the costs of covering both kinds of risks by commercial insurance.
§ 1-10.502-3 Automobile liability insur
ance. Automobile liability insurance will be required on the comprehensive form of policy and will provide for bodily injury and property damage liability covering the operation of all automobiles used in connection with the performance of the contract.
A list of CFR titles, subtitles, chapters, subchapters and parts and an alphabetical list of agencies publishing in the CFR are included in the CFR Index and Finding Aids volume to the Code of Federal Regulations which is published separately and revised annually.
Table of CFR Titles and Chapters
Table of CFR Titles and Chapters
(As of June 10, 1983)
Title 1-General Provisions
I II III IV
Administrative Committee of the Federal Register (Parts 1-49)
Title 3—The President
I General Accounting Office (Parts 1-99)
Office-Department of Justice) (Parts 100-299)
Title 5-Administrative Personnel
I Office of Personnel Management (Parts 1-1199) II Merit Systems Protection Board (Parts 1200-1299) III Office of Management and Budget (Parts 1300-1399) IV Advisory Committee on Federal Pay (Parts 1400-1499) V The International Organizations Employees Loyalty Board
(Parts 1500-1599) VII Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (Parts
Appalachian Regional Commission (Parts 1900-1999) XI United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home (Parts 2100-2199) XIV Federal Labor Relations Authority, General Counsel of the
Federal Labor Relations Authority and Federal Service Impasses Panel (Parts 2400-2499)
Office of Administration, Executive Office of the President
SUBTITLE A-Office of the Secretary of Agriculture (Parts 0
25a) SUBTITLE B-Regulations of the Department of Agriculture I Agricultural Marketing Service (Standards, Inspections, Mar
keting Practices), Department of Agriculture (Parts 26-209) II Food and Nutrition Service, Department of Agriculture (Parts
210-299) III Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Department of
Agriculture (Parts 300-399) IV Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, Department of Agricul
ture (Parts 400-499) V Agricultural Research Service, Department of Agriculture
(Parts 500-599) Soil Conservation Service, Department of Agriculture (Parts
600-699) VII Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (Agricul
tural Adjustment), Department of Agriculture (Parts 700
799) VIII Federal Grain Inspection Service, Department of Agriculture
(Parts 800-899) IX Agricultural Marketing Service (Marketing Agreements and
Orders; Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts), Department of Agriculture
(Parts 900-999) x Agricultural Marketing Service (Marketing Agreements and
Orders; Milk), Department of Agriculture (Parts 1000-1199) XI Agricultural Marketing Service (Marketing Agreements and
Orders; Miscellaneous Commodities), Department of Agricul.
ture (Parts 1200-1299) XII (Reserved) XIV Commodity Credit Corporation, Department of Agriculture
(Parts 1400-1499) XV Foreign Agricultural Service, Department of Agriculture (Parts
1500-1599) Rural Telephone Bank, Department of Agriculture (Parts 1600
1699) XVII Rural Electrification Administration, Department of Agricul
ture (Parts 1700-1799) XVIII Farmers Home Administration, Department of Agriculture
(Parts 1800-2099) XXI Foreign Economic Development Service, Department of Agri
culture (Parts 2100-2199) XXIV Board of Contract Appeals, Department of Agriculture (Parts