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Supply & Delivery of Corporate Clothing

South Lanarkshire Council | Published November 30, 2016
Supply & Delivery of Corporate Clothing.

Occupational clothing

South Lanarkshire Council | Published November 30, 2016

Supply and delivery of corporate clothing for Council's front line staff.

Supply and delivery of corporate clothing.

Framework Arrangement for the Supply and Delivery of Clothing, Safety Wear and Personal Protective E

North Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published November 23, 2016
Framework Arrangement for the Supply and Delivery of Clothing, Safety Wear and Personal Protective E

Occupational clothing, special workwear and accessories

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published November 2, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

Cheshire East Council currently has a multiple supplier for the provision of Corporate Uniforms and PPE. This contractual agreement is due to end on 23.3.2017, at which time a new Corporate Uniform contract will be required. The new contract must provide uniforms for both male and female staff of varying sizes. A full list of required items is provided later in this specification and has been split down into the following lots:

i. Catering and Care Uniforms;

ii. Waste & Outdoor Clothing;

iii. PPE;

iv. Leisure and Recreation,

The new contract will run from 24.3.2017 — 23.3.2019 with an option to extend for 2 x 12 months.

Lot 1 is for the supply of uniforms for catering, care and cleaning purposes. Firstly, the catering uniforms are prodiminately used in school kitchens where the catering assistants prepare and serve food to school children. Secondly, there is potential for care providers who are contracting with the Council to be able to access this contract. The details of these provider(s)s are unknown and so volumes of uniforms cannot be estimated. This provision would be purchased on an ad hoc basis. Finally cleaning staff uniforms have been included for the corporate buildings in the majority with the chance for other buildings in the Cheshire East area to use if required. Specific details can be found in the Specification and the pricing schedule.

The second lot will be used prodiominately by ANSA Environmental Services, an alternative service delivery vehicle for Cheshire East providing waste, street cleansing and street-scape services. This lot includes clothing which is durable and comfortable for members of staff who work outside in all weather conditions. Specific details can be found in the Specification and the pricing schedule.

Lot 3 is solely for the supply of PPE for Cheshire East Borough Council and associated ASDVs. Specific details can be found in the Specification and the pricing schedule.

Lot 4 is for the sole use of the Alternative Service Delivery Vehicle — Everybody Sport and Recreation (ESAR). The specific requirements for ESAR are listed in the specification and the pricing schedule.

Protective and safety clothing

Scotland Excel | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline December 22, 2016

This framework is for the supply and delivery of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the period from 1.3.2017 to 28.2.2019 with an option to extend, subject to satisfactory performance and customer satisfaction, up to 28.2.2021.

For the supply and delivery of PPE including, but not limited to hazard wear, safety wear, work wear, weather wear and footwear. Lot 1 has been developed to allow all approved contracting authorities to purchase safety wear and safety equipment in order to protect their users against health or safety risks at work. All approved contracting authorities throughout the Scottish Mainland and Island locations will be permitted to purchase from this lot.

Tenderers should be fully aware of the new [PPE Regulation (EU) 2016/425] and comply with all requirements thereunder and reflect this within their tender return.

For the supply and delivery of PPE to the Catering / Food Industries. Lot 2 has been developed to allow all permitted contracting authorities to purchase safety wear and equipment in order to assist in the prevention of potential injuries and to promote hygiene efficiency within the catering/food industries. All approved contracting authorities throughout the Scottish Mainland and Island locations will be permitted to purchase from this lot.

Tenderers should be fully aware of the new [PPE Regulation (EU) 2016/425] and comply with all requirements thereunder and reflect this within their tender return.

Clothing, footwear, luggage articles and accessories

Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 14, 2016

The Council invites quotes for the supply and delivery of Keep Warm Packs as per Schedule 1.

Occupational clothing, special workwear and accessories

Aster Property Limited | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 14, 2016

The provision of workwear Supplies. Appendix 1 Part 2 Specification attached provides details of the propsed Supply. Any contract resulting from this arrangement will be for a minimum of three years, from the commencement of supplies, with the possibility of two extensions of one year each, subject to the satisfactory performance and the agreement of both parties.

Important Information: This tender is being conducted through the Aster Supplier Portal and all documentation is only available via this portal for which the URL is: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/aster

Suppliers wishing to take part in this tender are invited to express an interest upon which you will automatically be given access to the full tender documentation through the Supplier Portal.

The provision of Workwear Supplies. Appendix 1 Part 2 Specification attached provides details of the proposed supply. Any contract resulting from this arrangement will be for a minimum duration of three years, from the commencement of supplies, wit the possibility of two extensions of one year subject to satisfactory performance and the agreement of both parties. Important Information: This tender is being conducted through the Aster Supplier Portal and all documentation is only available via this portal for which the URL is:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/aster

Suppliers wishing to take part in this tender are invited to express an interest upon which you will automatically be given access to the full tender documentation through the Supplier portal.

Supply of Parade Wear

Leidos Supply Ltd for UK Ministry of Defence | Published December 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2017

The Defence Clothing Team, which forms part of Leidos Supply Ltd has a requirement for the provision of Army No.1 Dress and Army No.2 Dress Parade Wear.

Supply of Parade Wear

Ministry of Defence | Published December 2, 2016

The Defence Clothing Team, which forms part of Leidos Supply Ltd has a requirement for the provision of Army No.1 Dress and Army No.2 Dress Parade Wear.

Landscape gardening services

North Lanarkshire Council | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016

The Garden Assistance Scheme is a service for a range of participants within North Lanarkshire who are unable to maintain their gardens due to age or infirmity.

The service will include 10 grass cuts, 3 hedge cuts, 2 weedkills & edges being reformed twice per year.

The Council intend to establish a framework agreement with two (2) Lots; Lot 1 to cover the North Zone, and Lot 2 to cover South Zone.

There is opportunity to appoint up to three (3) Service Providers on each Lot. We intend to operate our Framework through Direct Award and Mini-Competition.

Lot 1 North -

Estimated 4366 participants, which require Service Provider capacity to undertake 43660 grass cuts, 13098 hedge cuts and 8732 weed kills per year.

Lot 2 South -

Estimated 4007 participants, which require Service Provider capacity to undertake 40070 grass cuts, 12021 hedge cuts and 8014 weed kills per year.

These figures are being provided as a guide only and are not guaranteed for the service provision in this procurement.

Provision of Garden Assistance Scheme to service users located in the North Zone, North Lanarkshire.

The Service Provider shall carry out grass cutting of all grass areas and shall provide all labour, materials, tools, plant and equipment necessary to perform the contract and shall ensure that all tools, plant and equipment is kept in a safe condition and properly guarded and maintained in order to present no danger to either the Service Provider's employees or any member of the public. The Service Provider shall provide all its employees with all necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) safety clothing and equipment and shall insure that all its employees use such during those times they are engaged under the contract.

The Service provider will maintain the schedule between March and October (approximately) to provide participants 10 grass cuts, 3 hedge cuts (if applicable), 2 weedkills and edges being formed on 2 occasions. Note the capacity requirements for North Zone could be to undertake 43 660 grass cuts, 13 098 hedge cuts and 8 732 weed kills per year.

The number participating in the scheme was 4 366 in North Zone during *2016.

*These figures are being provided as a guide only and are not guaranteed for the service provision in this procurement.

There is opportunity to appoint up to three (3) Service Providers on this Lot. We intend to operate our Framework through Direct Award and Mini-Competition.

Provision of Garden Assistance Scheme to service users located in the South Zone, North Lanarkshire.

The Service Provider shall carry out grass cutting of all grass areas and shall provide all labour, materials, tools, plant and equipment necessary to perform the contract and shall ensure that all tools, plant and equipment is kept in a safe condition and properly guarded and maintained in order to present no danger to either the Service Provider's employees or any member of the public. The Service Provider shall provide all its employees with all necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) safety clothing and equipment and shall insure that all its employees use such during those times they are engaged under the contract.

The Service provider will maintain the schedule between March and October (approximately) to provide participants 10 grass cuts, 3 hedge cuts (if applicable), 2 weedkills and edges being formed on 2 occasions. Note the capacity requirements for South Zone could be to undertake 40 070 grass cuts, 12 021 hedge cuts and 8 014 weed kills per year.

The number participating in the scheme was 4,007 in South Zone during *2016.

*These figures are being provided as a guide only and are not guaranteed for the service provision in this procurement.

There is opportunity to appoint up to three (3) Service Providers on this Lot. We intend to operate our Framework through Direct Award and Mini-Competition.

The Grimsby Institute - Preferred Supplier for Office/Classroom Furniture

The Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education | Published December 3, 2016  -  Deadline December 23, 2016
The Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education is one of the largest colleges in the UK. We currently operate from approximately 40 sites.
As well as offering a diverse curriculum we also operate several commercial entities including award winning restaurant, golf club, construction company and reprographics facility.

The Group wish to procure the services of two contract furniture suppliers to undertake the supply, delivery and installation of furniture for various projects and the day to day running of furniture replacement. At this stage no numbers of items or a budget limit can be confirmed or guaranteed however there are a number of projects planned during the contract period.

Provision of a nominated Account manager who will act as the first point of contract for Group and will undertake the co-ordination of the contract with the Group’s Purchasing team as well as the Group’s Estate team for various projects as follows;

• Overall contract Management – Purchasing Manager
• Project management – Estates team for various projects. There may be a number of members of the Estates team who will engage with you during the design & delivery phases of any projects. This will include space design (production of scale drawings to assist with project approvals) and working with the team to full project completion.

For all items ordered the Group will nominate a person upon placing the order to liaise with regarding deliveries. All deliveries of furniture are to be booked in prior to arrival and the delivery point on site to be agreed.

All deliveries are to consist of;
• delivery to nominated installation area
• unpacking & assembly
• placing in situ
• removal of waste packaging

Please note that company clothing and safety shoes must be worn. Please ensure your delivery drivers and installation teams are aware of the requirements detailed within this document.

In Appendix 5 you will note a list of standard furniture items that the Group typically purchases. You are required to fully complete ensuring that you complete the following;

• Price per unit, excluding VAT – price to be held one full year and reviewed and agreed any pricing changes for year 2
• Typical delivery timescale/lead in time from the point of ordering
• Guarantee period – a minimum of 5 years is required for all items. Please advise any differences in the appropriate column of the form.

As part of your return you should submit a colour image of the proposed item confirming dimensions and materials.

From time to time the Group may wish to purchase items of furniture which are not part of the standard list in Appendix 5. Please confirm the amount of discount to be applied to your catalogue pricing of additional furniture if required. Please supply a copy of your/your suppliers’ latest catalogue. The Group reserves the right to purchase non-standard items from any other supplier.

For the furniture proposed under this contract please state the supply chain details for each item in Appendix 6. Please also state the length of supply chain relationship with your supplier. No changes or requests for changes in supplier would be expected during the first year. Confirmation of any change in supplier would be expected to be like for like on quality and price.

The Group occasionally requires non standard operator chairs for staff members requiring additional support for medical reasons. Please describe how you propose dealing with this type of request in liaison with the Group’s Occupational Health Advisor. It is expected that these type of purchases will come into the catalogue -*% discount range.

Returns – please state your returns policy.

Standard classroom chair – the Group currently purchases a Herman Miller caper chair for its classrooms in grey or black. However the Group is interested in moving away from this type of chair and wishes to agree a new design. The chair should be rigid, robust & not liable to staining. Please submit images of your proposed version – if you are chosen for interview then a this will be one of the sample items requested.

Education and training services

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 12, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016

The Impact Project DPS is being set up by Dudley MBC, Sandwell MBC, Walsall MBC, The City of Wolverhampton Council & Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council (‘the Impact Partners’).

The Impact Project DPS will help the Impact Partners deliver a European Social Fund and Youth Employment Initiative funded project (‘the Impact Project’) to address high levels of youth unemployment in the Black Country through sustainable integration into the labour market of young people, in particular those aged 15-29 years not in employment, education or training (NEET), including young people at risk of social exclusion and from marginalised communities. Service users are described as ‘Impact Participants’.

Economic operators will be able to apply to join the Impact Project DPS in respect of nine Service Lots covering services including engagement, skills, training, work placements, end to end provision (see below). Some supplies may be purchased via Service Lot 8.

Est. total value: £19 300 000.

To provide targeted engagement activities that result in the enrolment of eligible participants (young people aged between 15-29 who are not in employment, education and training and who reside in the West Midlands) onto the Impact Project.

In particular the Impact Partners are seeking Service Providers who can provide targeted engagement activities that focus on engaging eligible participants who are within hard to reach groups which would otherwise be unlikely to engage with the Impact Project.

These groups may include particular communities of interest (such as BME communities), migrant groups, long-term unemployed, economically inactive, lone parents, teenage parents and looked after children, those who have disabilities or health problems which affect their employment. This Service Lot is divided into five geographic Sub-Categories:

(a) Black Country wide (all areas)

(b) Dudley

(c) Sandwell

(d) Walsall

(e) Wolverhampton.

The Impact Partners seek Service Providers to provide specialist support to Impact Participants on a one to one or small group basis to reflect the needs of the Impact Participants and the barriers they need to overcome to move forward towards employment.

Below is a non-exhaustive list:

— Mental health/Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

— Drug and alcohol support.

— Debt support and personal budgeting.

— Homelessness support.

— Counselling.

— Maximising income/better off calculations.

— Specialist mentoring.

— Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Story Line work.

— Specialist health services e.g. self-harm, alternative therapies i.e. Reiki, meditation, mindfulness.

This list is purely indicative of the type of specialist support that may be provided. Service provision must be bespoke and tailored to the specific needs of Impact Participants.

This Lot is split into five geographic Sub-Categories:

(a) Black Country wide (all areas).

(b) Dudley.

(c) Sandwell.

(d) Walsall.

(e) Wolverhampton.

Skills for Life and Life Skills e.g.

Skills for Life:

— Basic skills — Literacy and Numeracy, diagnostic assessment

— Assessment for dyslexia

— ICT skills

— Pre-entry support for ESOL

— ESOL

— Preparation for Life and Work

— Pre-entry level support for employment/training for young people that are looked after children/those leaving care and those departing from a youth institution or prison.

Life Skills:

— Improving low self-esteem/building confidence.

— Self-Motivation.

— Interpersonal & communication.

— Public speaking.

— Assertiveness.

— Negotiating.

— Decision making.

— Problem solving.

— Work ready routines.

— Time management.

— Budgeting/financial awareness.

— Opening bank account.

— Independent travel/using public transport.

— healthy lifestyles.

— Substance use awareness e.g. smoking, drinking & illegal/legal highs.

The above lists are purely indicative.

This Service Lot is split into 5 sub-categories:

(a) Black Country wide (all areas).

(b) Dudley.

(c) Sandwell.

(d) Walsall.

(e) Wolverhampton.

Provide activities and programmes which will give Impact Participants employability and work skills. Activities and programmes should be structured but also allow flexibility for the differing needs of the Impact Participants.

Employability skills: may include programmes and activities relating to:

— CVs

— Application form filling techniques

— Job search, job matching

— Interview techniques

— Mock interviews including with real employers

Work skills: may include programmes and activities relating to:

— Team working

— Problem solving

— Timekeeping

— Workplace reality

— Appearance

— Presentation

— Communication

The above lists are purely indicative of the type of employability and work skills that may be provided under this Service Lot. Service provision must be bespoke and tailored to the needs of Impact Participants.

This Service Lot has been divided into five geographic sub-categories:

(a) Black Country wide (all areas)

(b) Dudley

(c) Sandwell

(d) Walsall

(e) Wolverhampton.

Employer and sector specific training to Impact Participants or groups of Impact Participants.

This Service Lot has been divided into the following Sub-Categories:

(a) Science and Mathematics

(b) Languages, Literature and Culture

(c) Arts, Media and Publishing

(d) Business, Admin and Law

(e) Health, Public Services and Care

(f) Social Science

(g) Leisure, Travel and Tourism

(h) Information and Communication Technology

(i) Engineering Manufacturing Technologies

(j) Retail and Commercial Enterprises

(k) Construction, Planning and the Built Environment

(l) Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care

(m) Other employer and sector specific training

The above list is purely indicative of the types of employer and sector specific training that may be provided under this Service Lot. Service provision must be bespoke and tailored to the needs of the Impact Participants.

Specialist alternative placements and work tasters for Impact Participants with intensive needs.

Activities may include, for example, supported internships for people with learning disabilities and/or difficulties, boot camps, team building exercises and life skills. This is a purely indicative list. Service provision must be bespoke to the Impact Participants and tailored to meet the specific needs of Impact Participants.

Placements and work tasters will need to be suitable for the needs of the Impact Participant(s) in question, to support the overarching action plan for the Impact Participant(s) and be flexible in terms of attendance for achievement of outcome aims.

Providers will have a developed package of delivery focused on supporting the Impact Participant(s) and it is expected that Service Providers will put forward their own creative and innovative proposals for activities which fit the Impact Participant's needs.

Service Providers will be given details of Impact Participants in need of work experience, work tasters or employment opportunities and details of their relevant needs (identified in their intervention plan).

Service Providers will then identify employers or community organisations which are willing and able to provide the appropriate work experience placements, tasters and employment opportunities which will aim to achieve employment for the Impact Participant and/or provide some underpinning knowledge of the sector for them to feel comfortable to apply for roles or an apprenticeship, depending upon the Impact Participant's aspirations.

Where the Impact Participant accepts the work experience placement, taster or employment opportunity, the Service Provider will support the Impact Participant at the beginning of the placement and throughout that placement ensuring any challenges for the Impact Participant and the employer are addressed.

For many Impact Participants there will be external barriers which affect their ability to undertake training and education & enter employment. Barriers may relate to e.g. transport, childcare, other care responsibilities and/or obtaining uniforms/protective clothing.

Service Providers will provide services and/or supplies which address these barriers (also known as out of pocket expenses).

This Service Lot is split into the following Sub-Categories

(a)Travel assistance for Impact Participants (for example bus or rail passes and/or transport services)

(b)Childcare

(c)Other activities or supplies being out of pocket expenses for Impact Participants (for example, uniforms, protective clothing and essential equipment for courses or training)

The above list is purely indicative. Provision must be bespoke and tailored to the Impact Participants.

Whilst we have referred to ‘Service Provider’ as a generic term, in some instances this Service Lot may be used to purchase supplies.

‘End to End’ provision that supports the Impact Participant from initial engagement through the acquisition of relevant skills /training to achievement of a sustainable outcome (e.g. employment, education or training). The Service Provider will use a holistic approach, addressing social and economic issues which impact on the behaviours of the Impact Participant in order to achieve completion of the journey from enrolment through to a sustainable outcome.

This Service Lot will therefore include services that fall within the scope of the other Service Lots 1 to 8. Services will include, e.g., engagement, providing a key worker role to support Impact Participants throughout their journey, assessment of needs, intensive advice/guidance, customised support packages providing activities and training, securing work experience, work placements/taster opportunities, engagement with employers, assisting Impact Participants to overcome external barriers (e.g. travel/childcare issues).

16 013 Corporate Uniforms and PPE

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published November 2, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
Cheshire East Council currently has a multiple supplier for the provision of Corporate Uniforms and PPE. This contractual agreement is due to end on 23rd March 2017, at which time a new Corporate Uniform contract will be required. The new contract must provide uniforms for both male and female staff of varying sizes. A full list of required items is provided later in this specification and has been split down into the following lots: i.	Catering and Care Uniforms ii.	Waste & Outdoor Clothing iii.	PPE iv.	Leisure and Recreation
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