Intel construction contractors are expected to comply with minimum performance requirements for environmental, health, and safety (EHS). Specific details regarding these expectations are provided including minimum performance expectations.
Intel equipment suppliers are expected to comply with minimum performance requirements for environmental, health, and safety (EHS). Process equipment suppliers are also expected to provide EHS information regarding equipment compliance to regulations, industry standards, and Intel expectations. Specific details regarding these expectations are provided for Suppliers of Process Equipment.
Intel facilities equipment suppliers are expected to comply with minimum performance requirements for environmental, health, and safety (EHS). Facilities equipment suppliers are also expected to provide EHS information regarding equipment compliance to regulations, industry standards, and Intel expectations. Specific details regarding these expectations are provided for Suppliers of Facilities Equipment.
Intel facilities maintenance suppliers are expected to comply with minimum performance requirements for environmental, health, and safety (EHS). Specific details regarding these expectations are provided for Suppliers performing Facilities Maintenance.
Intel chemical/material suppliers are expected to comply with global chemical regulations. These regulations cover substance specific registrations, licenses, and notifications; requirements for safety data sheets and chemical container labels to name a few. The materials in scope include pure gases, liquid chemical, substances within mixtures, solid materials such as metal targets, anodes, solders and in some instances substances within articles. Additional requirements are provided in the information contained here.
General Rules - Safety Data Sheets get updated for the following reasons:
Please refer to the country specific regulations for requirements to update your Safety Data Sheet.
This is a 2 Step process
1. Download and complete SDS Submission Forms.
2. Send revised/updated SDS(s) with submission form to Intel_MSDS@intel.com
Intel’s Conflict Minerals Sourcing Policy documents our recognition of the issue associated with conflict minerals and communicates our expectations for our suppliers in establishing a DRC conflict free supply chain. The supplier expectations identified in the policy apply to all Intel suppliers who use any of the metals (tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold) in their products or materials they supply to Intel. Intel suppliers should have a conflict minerals sourcing policy as well as exercise due diligence on their supply chains to support establishing DRC conflict free materials supplied to Intel. Intel’s Conflict Minerals Sourcing Policy is available as a template for our suppliers. Our Conflict Minerals White paper describes what Intel is doing to address the issue and can be found at Intel’s Conflict Minerals Program website.
This specification includes Intel’s expectations for its suppliers as related to conflict minerals. It identifies substances that should not be contained in or are required to be reported for materials, parts, components, or products supplied to Intel.
Questions or comments regarding Conflict Minerals should be directed to Erin Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions or comments should be directed to Maria Ilundain.
At Intel, we are committed to safety and protecting people, property, and the environment. The importance of safety extends to our suppliers and their employees that work at Intel sites. This online assessment is performed by a third party (ConstructSecure.)
ConstructSecure is the system of record to confirm suppliers are meeting Intel’s minimum safety requirements.
This is applicable to all suppliers with contingent workers who perform potentially hazardous work on Intel campuses.
Suppliers who answer “Yes” to any of the pre-qualification screening questions are expected to complete an online safety assessment and verification. If your company does not complete the assessment, it will impact your ability to do work on Intel campuses.
The purpose of pre-task planning is to aid in job planning by documenting hazards and associated controls.
All workers involved and/or affected by the work must review and understand potential risks, hazards, and impacts along with the documented protective measures.
Escorted Guest Workers shall confirm this by signing the PTP prior to starting work.
The pre-task plan must be readily available at the location where the work is being conducted and for the duration of the work tasks being performed.
If work activities and/or conditions change, the work must stop! The PTP must be reviewed and revised as appropriate to comprehend the changes. Prior to restarting work, all workers review and comprehend the revised PTP.
Escort will validate that a pre-task plan has been completed prior to entry.
This section provides training that is applicable to ALL Suppliers and to Intel internal Admins and Users who will be using the Supplier EHS IP Management System (SEIMS) Application. Information below describes how to request an account to use the SEIMS Application. You will also find below some basic information about SEIMS and videos on how to accomplish various tasks in the system.