BP Texas City Chemical Chooses to Add PICS
Uniting With Existing BP Clients, BP Texas City Chemical Joins PICS
IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 07/02/12 -- BP Texas City Chemical has united with many existing BP business units to join PICS' supplier relationship management program. PICS' world-class products DocuGUARD, AuditGUARD and EmployeeGUARD will be used to prequalify BP's contractors. PICS' premier supplier relationship management service will help to connect BP with better, safer suppliers.
As part of a merger with Amoco in 1998, BP acquired the Texas City refinery and chemical plant. Focused on rigorous HSE standards, PICS' supplier relationship management program helps to create a safe and sustainable work environment. PICS supplier relationship service will allow BP employees and contractors at the chemical plant to be held to a global code of conduct. Please visit www.BP.com for details on BP's efforts to supply energy and fuel around the world.
'As BP continues to focus on supplier relationship management, PICS will play an integral role in helping BP to achieve its goals in operational excellence,' says Jared Smith, Chief Operating Officer at PICS. 'We are delighted to expand our relationship with BP and support their global effort to be both safe and sustainable.'
PICS is a global contractor screening consortium committed to improving Health, Safety and Quality. PICS' prequalification and auditing services have become the standard in many industries, including: Chemical, Oil & Gas, Power, Construction, Mining and Manufacturing. Access to thousands of vendors' prequalification information is housed online at www.PICSauditing.com. Founded in 2003 as an organization dedicated to safety, PICS is the fastest-growing, full-service contractor screening company worldwide. PICS is headquartered in Irvine, California, with offices in Houston, Texas; Calgary, Canada; Abu Dhabi, UAE; Johannesburg, South Africa; Maidenhead, U.K.; Munich, Germany; Paris, France; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Sydney, Australia; Singapore; Tokyo, Japan and Hong Kong, China.
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