Taking Flight: How to get your Contractor Safety Program off the Ground
Many organizations recognize the importance of leveraging contractors, suppliers, and other vendors to help them achieve their business objectives, but often struggle to build a contractor safety program that effectively identifies risk and opportunities for improvement. Without a strong contractor safety program, companies find themselves at greater risk of reputational damage, operational disruption, diminished product quality, and loss of revenue. In this webinar, Marcus Pettus, safety and supply chain product manager at Veriforce, will share best practices, lessons learned, and a roadmap of standards and priorities for successfully getting your contractor safety program off the ground.
Who should attend?
Understand the types of prequalification data you should incorporate in your contractor safety program to identify risk;
- Learn what types of trending data will help contractors benchmark their safety program and identify opportunities for improvement;
- Hear how to create a partnership with your contractors that enables alignment of common goals; and
- Find out how to partner with your supply chain counterparts to get the best value from a contractor, working together to define “best value” based on both groups’ goals
Safety and Supply Chain Executives, Corporate and Division Safety Managers, Procurement Directors and Managers
Register below for this free webinar!
DATE: November 8, 2018
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Marcus Pettus , Safety and Supply Chain Product Manager, Veriforce
Marcus Pettus serves as Safety and Supply Chain Product Manager at Veriforce, directing the development and delivery of software solutions that help companies streamline vendor management, improve safety among contractors and suppliers, and mitigate supply chain risk. Marcus is a seasoned safety professional, experienced at managing programs to improve safety culture and ensure compliance with OSHA, EPA, DOT, and DOD regulations. Before joining Veriforce in 2012, Marcus was an HSE manager at Jacobs, overseeing project-specific HSE programs for refineries and chemical and fabrication plants. Prior to Jacobs, he served 4 years in the US Navy.
Duration: 1 Hour