General terms and conditions 4SafeIndustry

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Article 1: Definitions

In these general terms and conditions the following definitions apply:

1.1 : (Trade name: Ybob Safety Products), with its registered office in Wageningen. Trade register 88062325; VAT number NL004533716B67

1.2 Customer : Any natural person, partnership or legal entity that wants to use or makes use of the products of

1.3 Products : All products offered by https://


Article 2: Applicability

2.1 These provisions apply to all quotations and (execution of) agreements with the Customer regarding the sale and delivery of Lototo products by

2.2 Deviating clauses and any general terms and conditions of the Customer only apply if and insofar as they have been expressly accepted in writing by and then exclusively for the agreement for which they have been accepted.

2.3 is only legally represented by those who are registered as partners or as authorized signatories in the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce.


Article 3: Establishment of agreement

3.1 Orders for courses, consultancy work and products must be placed in writing via the website, or by post, fax or telephone. The agreement for sale and delivery is concluded by written or oral confirmation of the order by or as soon as starts executing the agreement.


Article 4: Prices

4.1 The prices stated by are exclusive of VAT and subject to change.

4.2 When invoicing Products, the price of the product in question is increased by shipping and/or handling costs as well as additional costs depending on specific wishes of the Customer regarding speed of delivery, certification, etc.

4.3 Remuneration for our work is based on the established and corresponding hourly or daily rate (excl. VAT) as recorded in the “agreement”. This rate is binding for the duration of the agreement and can only be changed upon extension.

4.4 In addition to our hourly rate, the other party must reimburse all external costs incurred by us, which are not included in our hourly rate, such as purchase of materials, costs of third parties, advertising, printing costs, etc. in accordance with the agreements made. The costs to be declared by us will be submitted in advance to the other party for approval, unless we have obtained full authorization in this regard as evidenced by the “agreement”.



Article 5: Delivery

5.1 The delivery times stated in offers, confirmations and/or contracts are made to the best of our knowledge and will be observed as much as possible, but they are not binding. If these terms are exceeded, will consult with the Customer. Exceeding the delivery period therefore does not give the Customer the right, even after notice of default, to demand dissolution of the agreement and/or compensation or to consider any obligation arising from the agreement for the Customer to be suspended or canceled.

5.2 The products listed on the website are generally available from stock. After receipt of the order or advance payment, the delivery time of products is generally 2 to 6 working days.


Article 6: Advertising and complaints

6.1 The Customer is deemed to have approved the products delivered by immediately upon receipt.

6.2 Complaints about defects in the delivered products and/or consultancy work or courses provided must be notified to by registered letter within 10 working days after delivery, failing which any right of the Customer in this regard will lapse.

6.3 If a complaint submitted in accordance with Article 6.2 is found to be well-founded, will be given the opportunity to repair or redeliver the rejected products or to carry out the consultancy work or courses in accordance with the assignment.

6.4 Any complaints do not affect the Customer's payment obligations.


Article 7: Payment

7.1 Payment is made in Euros.

7.2 If the amount to be claimed from the Customer by on the basis of each invoice has not been paid to promptly and in full within 30 days after the invoice date by or on behalf of the Customer, the Customer will be liable for the invoice amount or the amount due. the remaining amount will be subject to interest of 1% per month from the invoice date, whereby part of a month will be counted as a whole month, without any reminder, demand or notice of default being required by to the Customer.

7.3 Compensation of any alleged claim against by the Customer is completely excluded.

7.4 The Customer is deemed to have acknowledged the invoice as correct and the debt if no written protest has been made within 14 days of the date of the invoice.

7.5. When registering for one or more courses, the Customer must pay the full amount prior to the course.


Article 8: Collection costs

All costs arising from or related to asserting its rights arising from or regarding the agreement concluded with the Customer, including all costs arising from or related to the judicial and/or extrajudicial collection of any If the invoice amount is not paid on time or in full or arises for other reasons, the costs of any reminder will also be borne by the Customer, without any reminder, summons or notice of default being required.

notice or notice of default, which in the event of any legal proceedings will not be charged to the losing party, with a minimum of EUR 250 per time. The amounts entered in the books of for the aforementioned costs will provide full evidence of the amount of the aforementioned costs, unless the Customer proves otherwise.


Article 9: Copyright

9.1 The copyright on the publications on the Ybob Safety Products website rests with Ybob Safety Products. The course material used by Ybob Safety Products is the property of Ybob Safety Products.

9.2 The copyright on advice and/or courses belongs to Ybob Safety Products.

9.3 To copy texts in whole or in part from www. in a book, publication, catalogue, advertising material, computer program, microfilm sheet or any other form of information carrier, permission from Ybob Safety Products is required. In this context, is entitled to demand reasonable compensation to be determined by it.


Article 10: Liability for products, consultancy work and courses

10.1 Liability towards the Customer for products and services lapses if the Customer does not inform of the existence of the printing error on the website by registered letter within ten working days after discovery of a printing error or after the time at which the printing error could reasonably have been discovered. in order to be able to investigate this, and also after four weeks after delivery as referred to in Article 5.

10.2 is not liable for printing errors in articles made available to by third parties unless these printing errors are due to gross negligence or intent.

10.3 Any liability of for damage suffered by the Customer upon sale and delivery of products and services is in any case limited to the amount of the invoice amount of the relevant product or service. Instead of paying this replacement compensation, always has the right to supply replacement documentation.

10.4 The shipment of orders for products is handled by with the utmost care and takes place after careful inspection. However, is not liable for lost or damaged orders after shipment.

10.5 The liability of in any case expires four weeks after delivery of a product as referred to in Article 5


Article 11: Force majeure

11.1 . Force majeure is defined as: Any circumstance beyond the control of the parties or unforeseeable, as a result of which compliance with the agreement can no longer reasonably be expected of us by the other party. “Force majeure” in any case includes: strike, excessive absenteeism due to illness of our staff, transport difficulties, fire, government measures, which in any case result in import and export bans, quotas and business disruptions at us or at our suppliers, as well as non-performance by our suppliers. as a result of which we can no longer fulfill our obligations to the other party.

11.2 . If, in our opinion, the force majeure will be of a temporary nature, we have the right to suspend the execution of the agreement until the circumstance causing the force majeure no longer occurs.

11.3 . If, in our opinion, the force majeure situation is of a permanent nature, the parties can make an arrangement regarding the termination of the agreement and the associated consequences.

11.4. We are entitled to demand payment for the services provided in the execution of the relevant agreement before the circumstance causing force majeure became apparent.

11.5 . We also have the right to invoke force majeure if the circumstance that causes the force majeure occurs after our performance should have been delivered.


Article 12: Dissolution

Without prejudice to the provisions of Articles 6 and 7, the parties expressly agree that the agreement will be dissolved without judicial intervention and without any notice of default being required, at the time when the Customer is declared bankrupt and applies for (provisional) suspension of payments. , or loses the power to dispose of his assets or parts thereof due to seizure, guardianship or otherwise.


Article 13: Disputes

All disputes arising from the agreement to which these general terms and conditions apply or from further agreements related thereto will in the first instance be submitted exclusively to the Arnhem District Court, without prejudice to the right of appeal.


Article 14: Applicable law

The obligations between Ybob Safety Products and the Customer are exclusively subject to Dutch law.

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