Talking Tenders with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

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Pest Control Services

Wednesday 20 July 2022, 10:00-11:30am

Partner Event

As Scotland’s biggest health board and a significant contributor to the local economy, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) has a duty to ensure that its spending power brings greater benefits for all parts of local communities. NHSGGC has engaged with the Supplier Development Programme to support community wealth building initiatives by inviting local businesses in your existing networks to bid for public sector contracts and supply chain opportunities.

NHSGGC is progressing plans towards putting diversity at the core of their supply chains to include businesses led by, for, and with people with protected characteristics through a new, dedicated programme of free tender training webinars for businesses, social enterprises and supported businesses in partnership with the Supplier Development Programme, which can bring your business expert advice and support in all aspects of tendering.

Businesses - especially micro, small and medium sized businesses that may be owned or led by women, minority, disabled and LGBTQ+ individuals - are particularly encouraged to attend this free webinar, which is open to all. 

In return, you will gain useful knowledge, tips and hints on how to do business with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde to supply your goods, works and services and fulfil upcoming requirements in future contracts.  You'll also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have, and have them answered! 

Talking Tenders with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde - Pest Control Services

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) require a high quality, reliable, efficient and cost effective Pest Control Service throughout the Board, at the core of which will be a commitment to sustaining and protecting the environment.

This contract requires a sole supplier to provide pro-active, re-active and ad-hoc services, as well as the supply of fly-killer units and maintenance. Any quantities or values stated anywhere within the Tender documentation is provided for indication only and is not binding to NHSGGC.

  • The Pro-active Service is required to be carried out at Acute sites, Differing levels of service are required dependent upon the premises involved, with some areas requiring night visits. A break-down of Pro-active service per site, along with frequency and details of the pro-active service will be supplied with the Invitation to Tender documents.
  • The Re-active is provided to all non-Acute sites. This service covers sites with call-outs throughout the year and includes a 24-hour emergency service. The service is for Mice, Rats and Insects only.
  • Ad-hoc Service is an as and when required service. Examples of Ad-hoc service is; eradication of pests, trapping or removal of pests and leaning services. A list of of pest types/service requirements, including the approx. number of call outs per annum will be supplied with the Invitation to Tender documents.
  • Electronic Fly Killer Unit and Maintenance (EFK) - EFK units will be supplied as and when required. Maintenance will include cleaning and replacing of tubes. Frequency of Maintenance required is 4 times per annum. Information will be supplied with the Invitation to Tender documents.

Representatives from NHSGGC will be in attendance to provide more information on the contract. In the second half of the session, one of SDP's expert trainers will show suppliers how to access and respond to the tender documents.

Please book your attendance to learn more about an upcoming contract opportunity for Pest Control services for the NHS.

How to prepare for this event

You can attend the webinar from the comfort of your own desk – the joining instructions and Cisco WebEx link are contained within the confirmation email received at time of booking, and also within the reminder emails. To prepare, you can access SDP's top tips on how to join a webinar, or alternatively please email if you have any further questions about the joining process.

Please feel free to join the webinar before the start time.

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