Sep 5, 2016

3 Things to Look For in Your Next Contractor Hire

When you’re planning a project using third parties, you need to be sure you have the right team of professionals to meet your brief, targets and budget. But how can you be sure you’re selecting the best people for the job? With this check list of background research, Contractor Compliance makes it easy to connect with the external contractors that will make your vision a reality.

1. Skills

Your hired contractors might talk the talk, but can they prove that they can walk the walk? Connecting through Contractor Compliance will allow you to request the specific evidence of skill you require from your employees, such as qualifications, trade certificates, documentation and in-app tests.

2. All Above Board

Contractor Compliance is the easiest method for hiring organizations to check the regulatory compliance of their contractors. Whether it’s insurance, waivers, health and safety or machinery licences, getting the official paperwork taken care of will ensure operations go smoothly and minimize liability.

3. Getting to Know You

Once you take on a third party contractor, you’ll be able to access details about all of their on-site staff within Contractor Compliance itself. Viewing the regulatory compliance levels, professional qualifications and skillsets of each member working on your project will provide you with greater insight into how targets are being met and how the team is progressing.

Ready to find out how Contractor Compliance can help you to gather and store the vital third party compliance documentation you need? Book your free demo of Contractor Compliance today, and be sure to subscribe to the blog for all of our latest news and advice.

About the Author

Addison Moore
Director of Marketing at Contractor Compliance

Addison has spent the last four years learning from and participating in the Health & Safety community. He has travelled to numerous EHS conferences, trade shows and events with the intention of helping organizations with their contractor management programs. Addison is also responsible for curating the collection of white papers, case studies and eBooks that provide real world insights into the workforce safety space.

Recent Articles