5 Ways to Jumpstart your Contractor Qualification Program
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.
CSR in Mining: 2 Issues Affecting Mining Companies Today
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is rapidly becoming a significant issue for all businesses, not merely those in the traditionally green or sustainable industries. Companies are finding it beneficial, and in some instances, necessary, to strengthen their corporate social responsibility efforts.
Conflict Minerals Effect on Corporate Social Responsibility
In recent years, “conflict minerals” have gained the attention of consumers, politicians, and major companies. With the passage of recent mandates, corporations will now need to publish information about conflict mineral use within their business.
Challenges of Subcontractor Compliance
If you manage a large population of subcontractors, BROWZ can help you manage the prequalification of your subcontractors while improving the efficiency of your business.
4 Important Factors to Consider When Choosing a Technology Solution
As companies become more sophisticated in their supply chain qualification and management activities, they’re quickly discovering limitations in the information systems they rely on to keep track of supplier information.
How to Improve Contractor Relationships
Many organizations have invested time and energy in contractor qualification programs, whether developed in-house or using external service providers, only to be disappointed by poor compliance levels or compromised contractor relationships.
How To Create An Environment of Compliance
It’s no secret that owners, operators, and companies own the responsibility for ensuring compliance of contractors at their worksite. It remains your responsibility as the owner/operator to ensure that every contractor working for you adheres to regulatory safety standards.
4 Reasons Companies Should Assess Supplier Financial Stability
All business-supplier partnerships present risk. However, risk levels vary with every company. While some contractors and suppliers may be critical to your operations and present a large amount of risk, others play a smaller role and present less of a threat to business continuity.
3 Elements of a Safety Management System Assessment
Every workplace in America can and should develop, implement, and maintain a safety and health program. Safety management system assessments make it easier for companies and employees to proactively manage safety and health.
6 Ways to Improve Ergonomics and Reduce Injuries in the Workplace
Proper ergonomics reduce the chance of injury in every business. How can companies successfully implement ergonomic solutions in their facilities as a way to address their workers' MSD (musculoskeltal disoreders) injury risks?
- compliance management
- corporate social responsibility
- contractor pre qualification
- safety compliance
- risk management
- risk mitigation
- supply chain management
- safety statistics
- contractor safety
- contractor management
- Supplier Management
- supply chain management
- Meningitis outbreak highlights supply chain management risks
- Top 10 Reasons Why Supplier Qualification Fails [Infographic]
- Regulatory cliff may mean new guidelines for companies
- Planning for Emergencies
- 5 Ways to Manage Supplier Risk
- How To Create An Environment of Compliance
- 4 Important Factors to Consider When Choosing a Technology Solution
- How to Use BROWZ ID Cards at your Worksite [Infographic]
- 5 Ways to Jumpstart your Contractor Qualification Program
- 2017 Procurement Strategy - Award Winning BROWZ