Support Services requires all vendors to adhere to BC Clinical and Support Services' Standards of Conduct as described in these Guidelines. Support Services strives to exercise the highest standards of conduct in dealing with vendors and expects its vendors to use these same high standards when conducting business with Support Services. BC Clinical and Support Services reserves the right to revise these Guidelines from time to time in its usual course of business.
Note: Failure to comply with these Guidelines may result in the removal of all privileges for the vendor representative.
- To establish guidelines with respect to vendor representatives and how they conduct themselves in doing business with Support Services and the health authority hospitals and sites.
- To assure appropriate identification of vendor representatives visiting any health authority hospital or site.
- To enforce protocols of engagement prior to the introduction of products, equipment and/or services at the health authority hospitals and sites.
- To provide guidelines for physicians and staff when interacting with vendor representatives thereby minimizing the interruption of patient care and staff productivity.
- As a mechanism of enforcement for these guidelines.
Supply Chain will be the primary contact for all Vendor Representatives wishing to trial, solicit and or negotiate proposals to supply goods and or services to the BC health authorities. As a principal responsibility, Supply Chain will facilitate the selection of medical, non-medical, pharmaceutical, facilities and technology vendors through fair, equitable and transparent business processes.