Welcome to the Contractor Management Knowledge Center. Contractor management is an important aspect of occupational safety, as safety risks tend to increase as more contractors are added into a workplace. This is due to the increased complexity of administering and enforcing compliance of a common set of safety standards and behaviors among a disparate group of workers.
With a new year comes new safety goals for every business. Contractors, suppliers and vendors play a crucial role in your supply chain and should be considered when planning your new safety initiatives.Join Mark Bania (Co-Founder & CEO (more...)
The following Q&A is from our Ask Me Anything (AMA) broadcast hosted by Safeopedia. The AMA was presented as a follow-up to our Qualifying Contractors: Risks and Best Practices webinar presented in September. Links to both (more...)
For many purchasing organizations, contracted services are frequently the largest single source of risk to the organization. While compliance and reputational risk frequently are top-of-mind and in the news when considering potential (more...)
Contractor and supplier prequalification is a key component to a good risk management program. The prequalification process must not only vet your contractors and suppliers, but also address the needs of the various stakeholders involved (more...)
Please join us as we welcome Patrick Robinson as he walks us through the Contractor Prequalification Best Practices he's gathered and implemented over his 31-year career. His expertise is based on experience derived from both the owner (more...)
Prequalifying contractors is an incredibly important step in the contractor management process. Prequalification is the preliminary stage in the bidding process where the goal is to learn whether a (more...)