FOI Request - Personal Protective Equipment Expenditure

Request 101000200726

This is to identify your total PPE spend and the breakdowns of this spend into specific PPE groups and by their suppliers.

Mandatory Data
1. List of Preferred PPE Suppliers that your organisation purchases from – including the company name of the Supplier (Vendor)

2. Total Annual PPE Spend for last financial year

3. Contact Names and details of your organisations’ Purchasers of PPE (including purchaser department or named individual email address)

Optional Data (provided within FOI Appropriate Limit)
1. Total Annual PPE spend for last financial year broken down by individual PPE Supplier

2. Total Annual PPE spend for last financial year broken down by your own Expenditure Area (e.g. department, region or service)

3. Breakdown of PPE Expenditure (including the quantities purchased where known) categorised by the following PPE groups in relation to RA3 Field Staff PPE Provision (or similar groupings); as detailed in the table below.
Hi-Vis Coat (for cold/adverse weather condition use)
BS EN 471 Specification for high-visibility warning clothing – Class 3
Require protection against weather hazards, e.g. waterproof, thermal protection

Hi-Vis Jacket (for general use)
BS EN 471 Specification for high-visibility warning clothing – Class 3

Hi-Vis Waistcoat (suitable for off-road & on-road use)
BS EN 471 Specification for high-visibility warning clothing – Class 2

Hi-Vis Orange Jacket (suitable for railway use)
BS EN 471 Specification for high-visibility warning clothing – Class 3
Require protection against weather hazards, e.g. waterproof, thermal protection

Weather Protection Jacket
BS EN 340 General requirements for protective clothing
Require waterproof, thermal and breathable properties.

Cotton Boilersuit or Limited Life Coverall (Disposable Boiler Suit)
BS EN 340 General requirements for protective clothing
Required to act as a barrier for the body and clothing against general oils, liquids, fluids, mud and dusts.

Coastal Jacket/Safety Harness
BS EN 340 General requirements for protective clothing
Suitable for inshore and coastal use during warm seasons. Water resistant, breathable with
highly conspicuous features and lifejacket attachment tabs. May to include internal harness
– where not possible supply separate safety harness or lifejacket with harness properties.

Please supply this data in a computer-format (e.g. CSV, Excel or Access)

Response 13-12-2013

1. Arco Ltd, Aberdeen AB1 4LH

Bunzil Greeham, Inverness IV1 1SN

Alexandra Ltd, Bristol BS35 2NT

McGregors Supplies, Elgin

2. £55929.08

3. The Moray Council, Elgin Repair Depot, Ashgrove Stores, Ashgrove Road, Elgin IV30 1UU

Contact: George Gregor 01343 557307 george.gregor@moray.gov.uk

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