An ineffective safety program can lead to disastrous outcomes – preventable injuries and/or deaths, damage to company reputation, financial loss, and much more. Fortunately, whether you’re a hiring client or a vendor, you can contribute to a proactive safety program. In this webinar, moderated by Associate Editor of Safety+ Health Alan Ferguson, learn the results of the contractor desktop safety audits performed by Veriforce in the first half of 2017 and how they compare to the 2016 results. Also, get a walkthrough guide of the Contractor Safety Compliance Management Maturity Model, with tips on how organizations can work with contractors to measure and improve improve safety performance and avoid unnecessary losses.
This webinar was recorded live on August 10, 2017.
- The top 5 areas of deficiencies from the H1 2017 biannual audit report and how they compare to the 2016 results
- Tips on how organizations and contractors can work together to improve safety on worksites using the Contractor Safety Compliance Management Maturity Model
- How technology can support a proactive and efficient safety compliance management program