Aug 5, 2016

How to Make Your Contractor Management Program More Efficient

Dealing with your contractors in order to communicate your compliancy needs can be a time-consuming and frustrating process, which can ultimately lead to project delays and increased costs. But with the use of Contractor Compliance, monitoring, requesting and storing qualifications and documentation becomes dramatically simpler, allowing both parties to see at a glance what is required and when.

Here we take a look at just three of the ways in which you can streamline and improve the way in which you manage your contractor program.

Do The Right Deals From Day One

Using compliance software isn’t just a great idea once the team has been hired; integrating Contractor Compliance into the purchasing process will ensure that you only sign on the dotted line with contractors who are proven to be compliant. With search and networking functions to find the skills you need, and contractors able to showcase their abilities, past projects and client feedback, you’ll be able to make informed decisions about who you choose to do business with.

Make Technology Work For You

With Contractor Compliance, you’ll be able to leverage the power of technology to connect more effectively with your contractors, and to lessen the workload of your own team. Going digital will make light work of lengthy manual processes, and our Cloud-based platform is the user-friendly way to keep track of regulatory requirements in one easy to use dashboard. Your contractors are notified of what you need, and when you need it, and are only requested to submit specific documents or results, making it as easy as possible for them to demonstrate their qualifications and compliance levels. It’s a mutually beneficial system to have compliance covered in no time.

One System for Multiple Departments

Using one system to manage your entire contractor base, and the compliance collateral that you need from them, will increase cohesion and improve workflow practices across a number of your departments. Having one central hub that can send communications and notifications, allow contractors to upload compliance documentation and fulfil requests, and store data for all workers on-site relieves the administrative workload across the team. You’ll be removing the inefficiencies that come with having data stored in disparate places and collected by multiple personnel.

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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.

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