At Repsol, we ensure the integrity of the relationships that the company maintains with its suppliers and contractors. These companies must comply with the regulations in force concerning labor rights, health, safety, and environment.
We strive to build solid relationships with our suppliers, based on mutual respect and trust, as well as on the quality of the products and services they offer us. To ensure that these relationships are successful, we established a qualification system which guarantees compliance with our company's guidelines in terms of economic and financial, ethical, social, safety and environmental aspects.
If you have not had a prior business relationship with us and are interested in becoming part of our team as a supplier, you will first have to complete a pre-qualification questionnaire*. With this information, we will analyze whether you meet the minimum requirements to collaborate with us.
If information you provide is of interest to us, we will begin the qualification process, otherwise your request will be put on file to cover possible future needs.
* By submitting this information and being put on file does not imply in any case a commitment on behalf of REPSOL to contact the supplier and maintain any sort of professional relationship.
The Repsol procurement model comprises at first the identification of the need to purchase the good or service; the supplier qualification; negotiation, award, and notification of the winning bidder; and the formalization of the contract and issuance of the order.
All suppliers that participate in the negotiation process (tender) must be qualified by Repsol.
The suppliers invited to participate in the tender must access the tools made available for this purpose as they serve as the only channel of communication with Repsol, thus ensuring transparency and traceability throughout the entire procurement process.
The General Terms and Conditions for the Procurement of Goods and Services are part of the contractual documents for procurement and are intended to regulate our relationships with our suppliers.
In order to work with Repsol, it is necessary to pass the qualification process. This process may require the supplier to be registered in the ADQUIRA tool through which we carry out the qualification process for certain activities. Moreover, this enables us to guarantee the transparency and traceability of the process.
Additionally, the qualification process in some activities may require the completion of one or several audits carried out by specialized companies.
In addition, we extend the values that govern our behavior to the way our suppliers and contractors act. All companies that maintain a contractual relationship with us must abide by the Code of Ethics and Conduct for Suppliers.
This code defines the conduct guidelines that companies working as suppliers must follow in terms of five different aspects: human rights, current legislation, ethical behavior and measures against corruption and bribery, safety and environment, and confidentiality.
This phase consists in the purchase of the good or service provision. At Repsol, we have a set of rules and a supply chain management system that ensure the integrity of the relationships that the company maintains with its suppliers.
The General Contracting and Purchasing Terms and Conditions are intended to regulate the relationships between Repsol and its suppliers and are part of the contractual documents for the provision of services and/or the performance of work.
The General Contracting and Purchasing Terms and Conditions will be applicable to all those terms that have not been expressly regulated in the Specific Terms and Conditions.
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At Repsol, we care about the safety of those who work with us, and we ensure this through different tools we have in place.
After a good is supplied or a service is provided, Repsol may carry out evaluations of the supplier's performance, in order to ensure that the processes, products, and services provided meet the requirements, and to define control measures to be introduced if necessary. Repsol may also request that an Action Plan be defined if the performance is considered improvable.
In high-risk activities, it is mandatory to carry out a minimum of one performance assessment per year, in which aspects such as quality, management, safety and the environment are evaluated.
On the other hand, in terms of safety, our commitment to people and environmental protection is also extended to our suppliers. It involves all parties in the safety policy to avoid any risky situations to the fullest extent possible.
We have promoted a culture in this regard that we convey through informational, training, and awareness-raising programs. Moreover, these sessions have been intensified with the goal of reducing workplace accidents and optimizing supplier safety