Supplying to Handicare
Handicare Group Purchasing is responsible for optimising the Group’s contractual terms while maintaining the quality of the goods and services purchased, striving to build balanced relationships with Suppliers. Handicare’s purchasing process complies with the principles of internal control and Group Authorisation Policy concerning the separation of roles and responsibilities.
Handicare has established a category management structure, where experts in key categories guide procurement across the various business entities. To obtain procurement synergies and mutual benefits we aim at consolidating spend to key selected Suppliers.
Our Suppliers are considered as important assets in facilitating value added and continued growth of the Group. Relationships are based on mutual respect, sound ethical business practices and credibility. Procurement activities are conducted within the framework of the Handicare Code of Conduct and applicable laws and regulations. Should a business partner become aware of any circumstance that may violate our Code of Conduct, they should report the issue to a Handicare management representative.
To achieve the high level of quality with the solutions we offer, we therefore ask our business partners to adhere to the Handicare Supplier Qualification programme, as per below;
Our purchasing organisation
Becoming a supplier
- General Terms and conditions for purchasing
- Supplier self-assessment
- Declaration of list RoHs REACH
- Supplier audit template
Supplier quality assurance documents
- Handicare supplier quality standard
- Handicare control plan
- Handicare part submission warrant
- Handicare 8D report
- Handicare failure mode effects and analysis
- Handicare initial sample inspection report
- Handicare capability study template
- Handicare apperance approval report
- Handicare measurement systems analysis