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Information for business decision making - environmental assessments, audits and reviews

Information for business decision making - environmental assessments, audits and reviews






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  • But you will have noticed that it’s been a year in which David Cameron has quietly ditched his promise - allowing George Osborne to block plans for a Green Investment Bank, watering down the feed-in tariff scheme for renewable energy, and now refusing to back the independent Committee on Climate Change's recommendations for new emissions targets.
  • GM-Fiat Worldwide Purchasing Ltd ExampleGM-Fiat Worldwide Purchasing (WWP) source automotive components and modules for various different business units (i.e. Vauxhall, Opel and Saab). The organisations key purchasing metrics include quality, service, price and recently technology. Each supplier is contained on a bid list displaying the different performance metrics for each key determinant. The following notes concern the various measures under the quality category.  Each local unit (country) is responsible for monitoring their own supply base using the following prioritised data to drive quality improvement on the top performance problems and in order to inform future sourcing decisions: Major disruptions – These are the worst situation a supplier can causeSpills – a major supplier quality issue effecting plant Downtime incidentsStockouts – insufficient stock available Quantity of problem reporting and resolution issues (PRR’s) – A list of the problem incidents caused by supplierParts per million defects (PPM) – This is the key measurement of suppliers an example of how PPM is calculated can be viewed in Appendix A PRR’s are used to communicate, document, track and solve identified supplier quality problems. The supplier must reply and contain the situation within 24 hours, and have a permanent corrective action within 15 days. This process is supported by supplier quality improvement engineers; the organisation will impose cost recoveries and implement controlled shipping activities (i.e. 100% end of line inspection away from the production process at the supplier site) to ensure a level of confidence.Every year, end of life vehicles generate between 8 and 9 million tonnes of waste in the European Community which should be managed correctly. In 1997, the European Commission adopted a Proposal for a Directive which aims at making vehicle dismantling and recycling more environmentally friendly, sets clear quantified targets for reuse, recycling and recovery of vehicles and their components and pushes producers to manufacture new vehicles also with a view to their recyclability.
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  • http://www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/aviation/heathrowconsultations/heathrowdecision/impactassessment/ia.pdf
  • http://ec.europa.eu/environment/emas/index_en.htm
  • 16 step supplier quality improvement process. If a supplier cannot satisfy controlled shipping activities the next stage is to hold a GM-Fiat driven three day supplier quality workshop to address quality issues. A supplier showing unsatisfactorily levels of improvement at this stage will be reviewed by executives and possibly the parts will be resourced.
  • An example of the bid list is shown displaying other measures for service, technology and price. For instance, the plant material planning department’s rate suppliers based on overall supplier delivery performance of service parts. An example of a price measure includes actual savings provided by supplier for the current year compared to target. Each metric has set criteria to determine whether a supplier is categorised as red, yellow or green. The organisation works towards supporting suppliers to obtain green status in all areas. A supplier with red metrics may not be able to bid for future business unless substantial improvements can be demonstrated.

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