Veolia strives to work with experienced subcontractors, ensuring full statutory compliance to quality, safety and environmental management standards.
Subcontractors are required to have full statutory compliance to quality, safety and environmental management standards.
Veolia’s contract or tender documentation includes appropriate WHS&E obligations, specifically requiring contractors to implement systems that comply with Veolia’s legal requirements in health, safety, quality, water quality and environment.
Monitoring and reporting of compliance with the Veolia contract or tender documentation is also expected.
Our Contractor Management process provides a practical and relevant guide to Veolia employees overseeing the work of contractors, to integrate WHS&E requirements into contractor management, and to fulfil Veolia’s WHS&E obligations. This includes a pre-commencement evaluation process of the contractor WHS&E management system, defined requirements for the review of contractor's’ licences/permits and their performance prior to engagement. It specifies what contractors must be provided with thorough induction and training to comply with all Veolia requirements.
Veolia monitors and conducts periodic reviews of key suppliers and contractors and where applicable is reported as part of the management review cycle.
Procuring Managers and works Supervisors are required to review the performance of the goods and services they procure and provide feedback through the broader Veolia procurement systems to ensure lessons learnt about supplier performance are shared and integrated into future procurement decisions.