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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.


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Artificial intelligence (AI) and Safety Managers together hold an enormous potential for construction jobsite safety in near future. The scope of...

Whether you are managing a full warehouse, welding company, or a fleet of vehicles, it can be a challenge to organize and maintain your asset...

Innovative companies know they cannot limit their supply chain safety assessment focus to compliance alone. Contractors and suppliers that are...

Third party vendors, suppliers and contractors are an essential part of any highly regulated business. Collecting, tracking and requalifying their...


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Having a continuous improvement plan in place can help strengthen your safety program and better protect your people. Continuous improvement is executed by an...
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Control of Work (CoW) is defined as a coherent, interconnected system of safety management processes, technologies, tools, and applications that ensure ongoing safety...
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The safety culture of an organization is the product of individual and group values, attitudes, perceptions, competencies and patterns of behavior that determine the...
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There’s a new acronym that needs to become familiar to leaders in heavy industry. It’s DOX and it stands for Digital Operational Excellence. It represents a strategic...

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