CUSTOMER SUPPORT & TRAINING
To ensure AgustaWestland Limited meets its responsibilities under current health and safety legislation, the Company has implemented arrangements comprising:
- Health and safety assessment of contractors and sub-contractors via questionnaire (WA3589) and supplementary interviews where necessary.
- General Conditions of Work on Site (WA1918) to be observed by all contractors, sub contractors and their personnel.
- Induction training for all contractors and sub contractors personnel.
- Health and safety passports for term contractors personnel.
- Health and safety policy HSP2050 - Controlling Contractors.
- Health and safety policy HSP2051 - Permits to Work.
- Contractor disciplinary procedure.
- Supporting Safety Instructions, ie. SI31 - Roof Safety and SI32 - Safe Use of MEWP.
All contractors and sub-contractors visiting the AgustaWestland Ltd site to undertake work on buildings, plant, equipment and/or infrastructure services, must have submitted a WA3589 questionnaire and signed agreement to the WA1918 General Conditions of Work on Site prior to the visit.
Please note: Personnel requiring access to the site must have gained security clearance as detailed in WA1918.
REACH and Material Declaration
AgustaWestland has been working in accordance with a number of EU legislative requirements that now require our suppliers to notify AgustaWestland of their compliance. The EU legislative requirements cover:
- Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals EC No. 1907/2006. (REACH) http://echa.europa.eu/web/guest/home
- Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment EU No’s 2002/95/EC and 2011/65/EU. (RoHS) http://rohs.eu/
- Basic Safety Standards for the Protection of the Health of Workers and the General Public Against the Dangers Arising from Ionising Radiation European Directive No. 96/29/EUROTOM. www.euratom.org
REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemical substances) is the EU regulation for safe chemical use that entered into force on 1st June 2007. Its main aims are “to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks of chemicals while enhancing the competitiveness of the EU chemicals industry”. Under this legislation, the majority of chemicals that are used in manufacturing processes in Europe have to be registered. In the UK, the authority with responsibility for REACH is the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
These obligations, summarised below, affect everyone in the EU supply chain, from importers and manufacturers through to the final point of sale:
- Suppliers of articles containing substances on the Candidate List in a concentration above 0.1% w/w have to provide sufficient information to their non-consumer Recipients to ensure safe use of the article including, as a minimum, the name of the substance.
- Suppliers of substances on the Candidate List must provide a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
- Suppliers of preparations not classified as dangerous must provide a SDS upon request if the preparation contains a listed substance above 0.1% w/w (0.2% w/w for gaseous preparations).
Please complete the REACH & Material Declaration sheet and spreadsheets (WA4299 V4 Restricted Substance and Radioactive Source Declaration Form.xlsm (Microsoft xls dependent file)) within and return by email to email@example.com.
Environmental/Sustainable Supply Chain
AW takes environmental performance seriously. We are an ISO14001 approved company and are part of the leading group of suppliers who have signed the MoD's Sustainability Charter. These two requirements mean that AW needs to understand the environmental and ethical performance of its supply base.
In an effort to identify the supply chain carbon footprint and efforts to reduce carbon and energy, AW ask Suppliers about their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) or Sustainability Policy. With the publication of a UK Government Paper ‘Greening Government Commitments’ in February 2011, AW supply chain sustainability performance will reviewed in accordance with three standard measures:
Please complete the Environmental/Sustainable Supply Chain questionnaire contained within and return to Sustainable_SC.firstname.lastname@example.org.
|CI_No_32_MEWP||Safe use of mobile elevating work platforms|
|CI_WA1918||General conditions of work on site|
|CI_WA3589||Safety and Environment questionnaire|
|HSP2051||Permits to work|
Vendor Change Proposal
The Vendor Change Proposal (VCP) is the formal document for notifying AgustaWestland of changes to Material / Equipment. Click on the link below for a copy of the form, guidelines for completion including address for submitting completed forms.
Central Tooling Department controls, manages, designs and procures tooling and equipment in support of the build and validation of aircraft components and assemblies.
|ct0101||16||Component suppliers tooling control document|
|ct0301||8||Tooling contractors tooling control document|
|ct0399||5||Supplier tooling control & purchase order audit document|
|ct2010A||4||Central tooling supplier appraisal record|
|ct0591||vol 2||Central tooling manual (.zip; 7mb)|
The AgustaWestland Offset Team is responsible for the management of all company Offset and Industrial Participation activities from inception to completion. Key elements of this role are:
- the preparation, management and submission of offset proposals to support campaigns and bids for new business
- the negotiation of Offset Contracts and Agreements with customers
- the identification, development and management of potential 'in country' suppliers and partners
- the development of innovative solutions to maximise 'indirect' offset achievement
- the establishment of offset agreements with partners, suppliers and 3rd parties