Mobilization and Demobilization
The first step for suppliers hired to provide services at one of Vale's operational units – whether project or administrative – is to learn about Vale's mobilization process.
The entire process is carried out by a system that allows the download of documentation and monitoring of the process: the Contract Management System (SGC).
In addition to accessing the guide, suppliers who will work at any Vale unit need to be trained in the Requirements for Critical Activities (CARs).
New Mobilization Flow
Conheça mais sobre as novas funcionalidades do SGC Mobilização
Removing the sso site structure
Paralelização da aprovação de solicitações de alteração
Initial structuring version with handover registration
Unified request for employees
Use of identification documents
Standardization and simplification of approval flows
Identification and control of the validity of mandatory documents
Use of CARs
Include kick-off meeting record to register contract parameters
Multi-site contract, or not;
Has an industrial passport;
Execution in outdoor area;
Control of validity of contract documents
Contract mobilization from SRM contract number
Simplified and standardized document matrix
Approval by employee
Parallelization of badge issuance
Automatic identification of the demobilization date
Automatic tool targeting for request type
At the end of the service contracts, it is required to prove that:
All products and services have been delivered and accepted in accordance with the contract.
All financial obligations arising from the contract have been settled.
Contract and supplier performance information has been updated and archived.
In the case of contracts for the provision of services within Vale units, it is necessary to consult additional guidelines on the demobilization of employees in the Guide for Mobilizing Service Providers.
The supplier must comply with the contractual obligations established, always respecting Vale's 'Supplier Code of Ethics and Conduct'. It must also comply with all applicable laws, including anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws that operate globally, and those that apply to Vale's operations in the countries where it operates.
During the period of execution and term of the contract, the services provided (including the supply of materials) have their performance evaluated periodically according to criteria pre-established by Vale. These criteria are grouped into five dimensions: Technical, Health and Safety, Environment, Documentation and Action Plan. The evaluation process is conducted by Vale's contract manager. More information can be found in the Supplier Performance Assessment Manual.
Contractual changes, even if requested by a Vale employee, are only valid after authorization from the contract manager and contractual formalization by the responsible Procurement area.
Check out the labor requirements that service providers working at Vale units must submit. A list of all documents that suppliers working at Vale units need to present is available in the ‘Ajuda’ (‘Help’) section (download the book) on the website www.crct.com.br. This rule only applies to service contracts that have third parties mobilized providing services within Vale.
Term of Contractual Termination (TEC)
Service Provider Mobilization Guide
Supplier Performance Index