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Puerto Rico Specific Access/Pre-Assignment Requirements:
Apply to All Contingent Workers

3M Policies
In order to ensure the safety and security of 3M employees, contingent workers, data and premises, suppliers of contingent workers are required to review the following 3M policies with their contingent worker. Each of the following documents will be signed individually by the contingent worker prior to the start of an assignment:

Confidentiality and Non-Competence Agreement
Prior to the start of the 3M assignment, all contingent workers must review, understand and agree that all 3M materials obtained during their assignment will be held in confidence.

     Acuerdo Confidentiality (PDF, 19k)

Network Access Agreement
In order to provide access to 3M systems, all contingent workers must agree to and sign the Network Access Agreement prior to the start of their 3M assignment.


Additional Puerto Rico Specific Access/Pre-Assignment Requirements:
Apply to All Contingent Workers With Noted Exceptions

Background Screening
Suppliers of contingent workers will perform the background screening per 3M's background screening requirements. A third party supplier will perform this service for independent contingent workers. Only contingent workers who meet 3M's background screening requirements are eligible for assignment. A new background screening will be completed for contingent workers with a lapse in assignment of greater than 6 months. Contingent workers in Delivery Driver, Offsite Third Party Worker and Volunteer assignments may be exempt if their access to 3M facilities or corporate systems is limited.

Drug Screening
Suppliers of contingent workers will perform the drug screening per 3M's drug screening requirements. A third party supplier will perform this service for independent contingent workers. Only contingent workers who meet 3M's drug screening requirements are eligible for assignment. A new drug screening must be completed for contingent workers with a lapse in assignment of greater than 6 months. A drug screen is required for on-site contingent workers with a non-escort (i.e. yellow) badge. Off-site contingent workers who are granted systems access only are not required to complete a drug screening.

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)
Additional location specific MSHA access/pre-assignment requirements may be required. Please contact your 3M location's HR Representative for applicable location specific requirements.

Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA)
Additional location specific OSHA pre-assignment requirements may be required. Please contact your 3M location's HR Representative for applicable location specific requirements.


Select Puerto Rico Access/Pre-Assignment Requirements:
Apply to Contingent Workers Based on Location

Temporary Parking
Assigned contingent workers in San Juan must review and understand the parking process used in this location prior to the start of the 3M assignment.

     Parking Letter (PDF, 18k)

Note: 3M may periodically request copies of documentation for audit purposes, but unless otherwise noted, suppliers should not send copies of the documentation to the 3M requesters or locations. Documentation should be retained for seven years.

Questions?
Contact 3M's Contingent Workforce Solutions Relationship Manager via email or phone (855) 240-2556.

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