FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia (FBAU) procures goods and services for:
- utilisation in the day to day operations of the FBAU business, and
- complementing solutions acquired by FBAU customers.
The Australian government’s decision to introduce a Modern Slavery Act 2018 is fully supported by FUJIFILM Business Innovation. FUJIFILM Business Innovation has been a UNGC Participant member since 2010 supporting the ten principles that pave the way to address human rights, labour rights, environmental initiatives, anti-corruption and the fight against slavery in supply chains.
Our local stakeholders increasingly wish to learn more about the environmental and labour practices of our suppliers, their record and implementation of health and safety practices, and our responses to the complex problem of conflict minerals in our upstream supply chain.
As such, our procurement processes and policies rigour help FBAU establish sustainable relationships with suppliers in accordance with our corporate social responsibly activities, our risk management practices, and our corporate governance policies.
We ensure our approach for:
- fair and ethical transactions that create value and benefit to our shareholders, group businesses, customers, suppliers and broader society,
- providing equal opportunity to all prospective, capable suppliers,
- upholding the highest standards or integrity and honesty,
- enabling delivery of the highest levels of quality, service, performance and innovation to FBAU and FBAU Customers, and
- sharing our sustainability standards and working with our suppliers to improve environmental and corporate social responsibilities outcomes.
The FBAU procurement function:
- have established policies, procedures and guidelines for engaging and assessing the suitability of third-party providers. This allows us to proactively evaluate and minimise risk in the supply chain.
- seek to work with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 compliant businesses to ensure the effort to procure services sustainably is managed in an end-to-end process through the direct and indirect supply chain.
Code of Conduct
The Supplier Code of Conduct establishes our expectations of suppliers, and their supply chain, in providing goods and services to FBAU. We look for suppliers who share our commitment to internationally recognised standards and appropriate codes of practice, striving for best practice and continuous improvement in meeting the ten principles of the UNGC.
Download Supplier Code of Conduct
Whistleblowing Policy and Procedure
FBAU encourages suppliers to help identify wrongdoing that may not be uncovered unless there is a safe and secure means for disclosing via various channels. You can access our Whistleblowing Policy which outlines the requirement and process for reporting suspected fraud, negligence, default, breach of trust, breach of duty, risk of modern slavery or other improper conduct that directly impacts FBAU or the tiers of FBAU’s supply chain community.
Supplier Assessment Forms
Before FBAU enters into any contractual agreement or significant change in scope to existing supplier arrangements, there is a need to evaluate and assess if suppliers meet specific criteria, including but not limited to:
- Financial solvency
- Ownership declarations
- Corporate Social responsibility actions
- Capability to perform and supply
|Supplier Assessment Form Part 1 - Mandatory form for all Suppliers to complete||Use Docusign to complete|
Supplier Assessment Form Part 2 - Further detailed assessment to be completed by all Suppliers with an expected FBAU total contract value greater than $25,000 AUD.
|Use Docusign to complete|
|Supplier Assessment Form 3A – Mandatory assessment on Work, Health, Safety for all Suppliers who provide labour including subcontractor services on-site at FBAU or at FBAU’s customer sites.||Use Docusign to complete|
Supplier Assessment Form 3D – Mandatory assessment on Confidential Information / Data Security for all Suppliers who will access data belonging to FBAU or FBAU’s customers.
|Use Docusign to complete|
Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia issues Purchase Orders (PO) governed by standard terms and conditions. Unless a separate agreement is in place between a supplier and FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia, the standard PO terms and conditions apply.Download and View the PO Terms and Conditions
FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia strives to pay suppliers within the agreed payment terms for goods and services that we procure.
In ensuring timely processing of supplier invoices, it is important to follow the invoicing instructions detailed below.
|Invoice Details||Do you have the following details on your Invoice for efficient processing?|
|Addressed to “FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia Pty Ltd”||✔|
|FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia purchase order number||✔|
|Clearly state Tax Invoice and Invoice Date||✔|
|Supplier name, ABN and contact name
Supplier bank payment details
|Purchase order line details i.e. line description, unit price, quantity||✔|
|Clearly identifying taxable or non-taxable items||✔|
|Amount of GST to be paid and Total amount to be paid||✔|
|FBAU business contact name||✔|
- Please issue your invoice in pdf format
- If the invoice has any supporting documentation, please have the invoice and the supporting documentation saved as two separate PDF files, and attach both files to one email.
- Do not combine more than one invoice into one PDF file, and do not combine an invoice and its supporting documentation into one PDF file.
Your invoice should be emailed directly to one of the following addresses (depending on the nature of the business)
|Business Area||Address for Invoices to be sent to:|
|FBAU Non Trade Procurement (PO numbers have 6 digits commencing with ‘5xxxxx’)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
FBAU Print Procurement
|**Any Invoices for the FBAP ANZ Hub should be addressed to “FUJIFILM Business Innovation Asia Pacific Pte Ltd”
(ANZ Hub PO numbers have 6 digits commencing with ‘1xxxxx’)