SUPPLIER QUALIFICATION & MANAGEMENT
Suppliers and contractors submit qualification data
BROWZ validates and scores data
You are confident in your supply chain
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Global Supply Chain Assessments
You don't have to settle for a one-size-fits-all approach to supplier qualification and supply chain assessment. BROWZ partners with you to create a supply chain qualification and management program that fits your business.
Contractor and Supplier Membership
Learn how membership with BROWZ can help you get continued work from customers, increase your business opportunities, improve your safety processes, level the playing field, and demonstrate your excellence with third-party validation.
What is Supplier Qualification?
Supply chain management isn't just about the flow of materials and goods, it also includes qualifying suppliers and contractors. Anyone who comes on site presents risk to your business.
Supply Chain Qualification Solutions for Procurement & Safety
BROWZ is the right fit for safety, risk, and procurement professionals seeking assurance they are working with the best qualified members of their supply chain.
Supply Chain Qualification & Management Products
BROWZ is your complete supply chain qualification and management solution. The BROWZ product suite addresses your needs for sourcing, qualifying, and managing your supply chain.
Top 5 Challenges of Contractor Qualification & Management
When considering how to best manage contractor qualification, it's useful to consider the most common issues business overlook. Download eBook to learn how to avoid these common pitfalls and minimize your risk.
Implementing Contractor Qualification & Management - Lessons from the Safety Guy
This eBook takes a look at the changing business and regulatory environment for employers and how this impacts their relationships with third-party supplier and contractors.
Is your contractor safety program strengthening your contractor relationships?
Many organizations have spent resources on internal contractor safety and qualification programs or with third-party service providers only to be disappointed by mediocre compliance levels and compromised contractor relationships. Ever wonder how your organization's contractor qualification program or vendor measures up?
Contractor Safety - Quick Check Up
It's a fact. Contractor safety performance improves over time when contractors and suppliers are measured and held accountable. Ever wonder how your organization's contractors safety measures up? Are there safety risks in your supply chain?
Pay Now Pay Later
Though it might seem cost-effective in the beginning, hiring the wrong contractors could turn out to be extremely expensive in the long run. Download our free white paper to learn about assessing the economic value of a contractor qualification and management solution including the business conditions and potential indirect and direct costs associated.
What's Procurement's Role in Creating a Culture of Safety?
Download our white paper "What's the Role of Procurement in Creating a Culture of Safety?" for an in-depth look at how procurement can impact safety, along with the key issues with supply chain qualification and management.
Current Issues In Mining Compliance: Corporate Social Responsibility
Download our newest White Paper "Current Issues in Mining Compliance: Corporate Social Responsibility" and learn why CSR matters for the mining industry, what current CSR issues are significant in mining, and a basic framework to help guide implementation.
The importance of assessing supplier financial stability
Suppliers are the lifeblood of many organizations. While the symbiotic relationship between companies and their suppliers drives operations, that mutual reliance also introduces business risk. Download White Paper.
Selecting the right technology for Supply Chain Qualification & Management
Download White Paper Issues in Supply Chain Management: Technology Selection to help you address compliance complexity and choose the right solution for your business.
Conflict Minerals - What your business needs to know
Download this White Paper to learn the following: What are conflict minerals, what are the compliance requirements of Dodd-Frank, how are other industry leaders tackling the issue, and what can I do to prepare for any supply chain reporting requirements.
11 Ways to Jumpstart your Contractor Qualification Program [Infographic]
Has your organization invested time and energy into contractor qualification programs only to be disappointed by poor compliance levels or compromised contractor relationships? Perhaps you’re in the process of developing a program right now and want to make sure you’re on the right track. The use of contractors can be both a great opportunity and a challenge. Contractors and suppliers bring specialization of skills and equipment. However, they can also bring risk to the companies that employ them. Identifying risk and protecting your company brand are key considerations when managing your supply chain. How do you manage the complexities and risk of a supply chain?
How Contractor Management Can Reduce the Costs of Unsafe Work
Have you ever wondered why it’s common for contractors to work unsafely? Click here to learn how contractor management can decrease your costs
Top 10 Reasons Why Supplier Qualification Fails [Infographic]
Are you struggling to prequalify your supply chain? Is it difficult to identify different risks and put a solid plan in place? How does brand protection influence your company standards, practices, and shareholders? Every business or operation needs to identify critical risk and put a plan in place to control and mitigate that risk. Pre-qualifying a supply chain can be the first step. Risk can be mitigated within a company through implementing a supplier qualification process.
Are You Assessing Your Contractor’s Capability? - If Not, Why Not?
When employing contractors, you generally expect to get the job done right, on-time and at a competitive price, but this is not always to reality.
Inspection Results Impact Mining Industry
Earlier in January, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration issued 176 citations, eight orders, and one safeguard to thirteen coal mines and three metal and nonmetal mines. The monthly inspections were conducted as a result of past compliance history beginning in April 2010, and one inspection in particular, gives greater insight to the importance of mining safety and addressing concerns for future inspections.