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Service entry submission

Fulfilled your work and ready to submit your service claim?

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Payment queries

Before you raise a case through our online form, you may be able to get a quick answer to your payment status and other Procurement related enquiries via our Chatbot (ADA) which is located at the bottom right of the screen.

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Global Contract Management System (GCMS)

Log in to GCMS for registered suppliers. Note: registration is by invitation only. Use our Procurement Chatbot (ADA) located at the bottom right of this page as you may be able to get a quick answer to GCMS related enquiries.

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External Human Resources Enquiries

Log a case with BHP Human Resources for support with external third party and vendor enquiries.

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COVID-19 update for Minerals Australia contracting partners

The health and safety of all employees and our contracting partners is BHP’s number one priority

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Transact easily with BHP by using SAP Ariba®

Learn how BHP is working to use SAP Ariba® to deliver an end-to-end automated procurement system that improves productivity and creates long-term shared value together.

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Vendor Master Queries

Have an enquiry relating to Vendor Master? Following up on your update made in GCMS? Submit your queries here. Feel free to use our Procurement Chat (ADA) bot available at the bottom right of this page as you may be able to get a quick answer to your query.

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BHP supplier registration and contract management

The GCMS platform is used throughout BHP for the Source-to-Contract process, Supplier Lifecycle Management and Contract Lifecycle Management. This enables greater collaboration between BHP and our valued suppliers and partners.

For an introduction to GCMS, please click here to watch a video. If you have received an email requesting to register your organisation in GCMS, please click here to refer to the ‘BHP GCMS Supplier Guide’.  

Please note that access to GCMS is by invitation from BHP Procurement. This will not impact any other BHP systems (for example, Ariba, Procon, etc.)  

We look forward to improving the way we collaborate and create shared value with our suppliers and partners by embracing a new way of working. For any questions or clarifications, please approach your BHP Supply point of contact.

Log in to GCMS for registered suppliers.

BHP Australia suppliers

Register as an interested supplier for supplying goods and services to one or any of the following Assets:

  • New South Wales Energy Coal (NSWEC)
  • Olympic Dam
  • Western Australia Iron Ore (WAIO)
  • BHP Mitsui Coal (BMC)
  • BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA)

Register as an interested supplier

BHP Chile

Portal Informativo Proveedores BHP Chile: https://portalbhp.unilinkcorp.com/

BHP Projects

“BHP maintains a pipeline of capital projects.  An overview of all major projects and related vendor opportunities will be posted on this website as they arise. Please continue to monitor this website for updates. 

Should you be a local or indigenous vendor, in addition to monitoring this page, please also link in with our Innovation and Communities team to understand other opportunities which may apply to you.  Click here to access the Local Buying Program”

 
BHP Jansen Potash Project

BHP currently operates and manages facilities for the Jansen Potash Project site and is preparing to build the Jansen Stage 1 Project, that consists of the greenfield development of all operation facilities and associated buildings and structures for the mining and operation of the Jansen underground potash mine.

New suppliers

BHP (and our EPCM, HBJV) uses a suite of databases to collect information from suppliers and contractors who are interested in exploring opportunities at Jansen Potash Project. Please register with the database below, which directly applies to the nature of your company.

If you represent a Saskatchewan based company, please register at SIMSA (BHP has partnered with SIMSA, the Saskatchewan Industrial & Mining Suppliers Association), click here.

If you represent a First Nation or Metis bustiness, please register at Export (BHP has partnered with the Saskatchewan First Nations Natural Resource Centre of Excellence), click here.

If you represent any company from out of the Province or from out of Canada, please register at the HBJV suppliers page, please click here [will link to HBJV site]

Current providers at the Jansen site

If you are interested in contract and procurement opportunities with providers currently onsite, please use the contacts provided below.

KDM Constructors - partnership between Kawacatoose First Nation, Day Star First Nation, Muskowekwan First Nation and SECON Group

Site Services

sales@kdmco.ca

 

TRL

Installation of the shaft final liners

TRLContracts@trlminingconstruction.com

 

Shermco

Electrical Maintenance

csheehan@shermco.ca

 

LADAA – Lanigan & District Ambulance Association

Health Care Support Services

dee.mccallum@sasktel.net  / lanigan.amb@sasktel.net

 

Two Lakes Horizon North - partnership with Beardy’s & Okemasis’ Cree Nation, Fishing Lake First Nation with Horizon North Logistics

Camp Operations

adesilets@horizonnorth.ca

 

CIMCO

Freeze Plant Operating and Maintenance

cimcoservicesaskatoon@toromont.com

BHP Ethical Supply Chain and Operating Protocols

Respecting human rights and a commitment to strong governance and anti-corruption are critical to the sustainability of our business and significant enablers in understanding and addressing ethical business risks. They are also critical to our ability to contribute meaningful and ongoing social value to our stakeholders.

Our Approach

BHP’s Ethical Supply Chain processes are applicable to all current and new suppliers of goods and services, without exception. We take this responsibility very seriously and see it as not only critical to the sustainable operation of our business but as the right thing to do.

BHP Minimum requirements for suppliers

BHP Minimum requirements for suppliers set minimum health, safety, environment, community and business conduct requirements. Adherence to our Minimum requirements for suppliers is a prerequisite to doing business with BHP.

Ethical Supply Chain and Transparency Guide

BHP’s Ethical Supply Chain and Transparency Guide (English/Spanish) aims to enhance the capability of our suppliers to manage human rights risks in their supply chains, and in doing this we pursue our purpose of bring people and resources together to build a better world.

Operating Protocols

Please click the links below for further information on BHP, its operations, protocols and its commitments to human rights and modern slavery risk mitigation.
BHP’s Charter Values
BHP’s Code of Conduct
BHP’s Human Rights Policy Statement
BHP’s Modern Slavery Act Statement

BHP Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

All Goods and Services supplied to BHP are required to be supplied in accordance with our standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions unless a separate overriding written contract has been entered into with BHP or where you are supplying Goods and/or Services to our BHP Petroleum business, in which case the Petroleum Purchase Order Terms and Conditions will be applicable.

Standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

Minerals Australia Payment Terms Exemptions

Minerals America Payment Terms Exemptions

Chile-specific Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

Ecuador Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

Minerals Americas Standards and Local Provisions

Petroleum Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

BHP Tender Terms and Conditions

The BHP Tender Terms and Conditions apply for all electronic and manual tenders that you have been invited to by an authorised BHP Representative unless otherwise specified by the BHP Representative.

Standard Tender Terms and Conditions

Standard RFQ Terms and Conditions

BHP Petroleum

Petroleum HSE Controls Framework 

Standard HSE Clauses

BHP Petroleum may amend these HSE Requirements from time to time by posting amendments on this website. Contractor agrees to be bound by any amendments to such HSE Requirements posted on Company’s website. Company will provide notice of such amendments by email communication or other written communication to Contractor’s Representative. Company shall also provide Contractor with details in respect of the specific changes or additions resulting in any amendments to the HSE Requirements. Any HSE Requirements amendments posted on Company’s website shall be effective 30 days from the date posted.

BMA Contractor Management System

The BMA Contractor Management System provides secure access to BMA contractors. To access the site you must be a registered user.

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