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In-house prequalifications can be a hassle for a growing company. Learn about their limitations and the alternative you should be considering.
When working as a safety professional for a prime contractor, there is a big chance that you will have to manage multiple sub-contractors and their safety personnel....
Even the safest companies run risks when they bring a contractor on board. Find out how prequalification can help you prevent those risks.
Business owners are used to thinking of safety as an expense, so they often fail to notice how profitable it can be to run a safe business. This article connects the...
CQN explains what not to do when prequalifying contractors. Learn the top 5 behaviors to avoid when prequalifying.
Patrick Robinson offers insight into what considerations should be made when thinking about automating your file management system.
One of the of the easiest ways to reduce cost is to cut the cost of your insurance premiums. Many companies don’t recognize that insurance costs are controllable costs –...
Which components in the contractor prequalification process, if not addressed, could result in the largest legal ramifications?
Two of the highest value prequalification activities that do the most to limit legal exposure are contractor assessments and adequate insurance. Contractor assessment is...
Should the contractor prequalification process be the same for all contractors or should the process be tailored to the contractor?
There are a few critical elements that apply to all contractors universally, and that list, while short, covers a broad range of due diligence in the majority of cases....