Supply Chain Management and Prequalification
While the demand for supplier qualification increases there are still several fundamental reasons why internally manage programs fail. You can improve your 2015 contractor management program and ensure success by addressing the following.
2017 Procurement Strategy - Award Winning BROWZ
In a continuing move away from the traditional back office role, the CPO is considered a valuable member of the executive team. In this evolution away from a supporting role to a value added department, CPO's are constantly on the look out for new and trending procurement strategies.
Monitor Contractor Compliance in New Markets
Global expansion introduces many enterprises to new, complex regulatory environments that entail significant obligations and compliance challenges. These obstacles challenge both enterprises and contractors they choose to work with.
Mining Contractor Compliance is Critical
The United States Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) enforces strict guidelines for mining companies to ensure worker safety.
New SURE Carrier Feature
BROWZ’s newest product, SURE Carrier, has recently added a new feature that allows you to track crashes for motor carriers in your supply chain.
Supply Chain Risk a Threat to Business
Supply chain management is key in order for a company to run smoothly and provide customers with the products they are seeking.
Working with Contractors
Contractors are becoming vital components to business operations for companies of all sizes in varying industries. Enterprises are turning to industry-specific firms to take care of certain tasks within a project, allowing for in-house employees to focus on other duties.
Are your Transportation Contractors Distracted?
Most U.S. states have laws prohibiting drivers from sending text messages while on the road. Most states and cities also prevent drivers from making phone calls because it constitutes distracted driving.
Removing Risk from your Supply Chain
Most companies work hard to reduce risk from their supply chains, as any problems related to the delivery of third-party services and products can slow down production, cause logistical headaches, and potentially hurt profits.
Supplier Compliance Essential to Protect Consumers
Companies that sell consumer products may assume their suppliers will follow safety, production, and handling standards set by the government or industry. However, contractors that neglect to abide by approved practices could be putting dangerous goods on the market.
- supply chain management
- corporate social responsibility
- risk mitigation
- compliance management
- supply chain management
- contractor pre qualification
- safety compliance
- Supplier Management
- safety statistics
- contractor safety
- risk management
- contractor management
- 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
- National Safety Month – Free Resources from the National Safety Council
- 4 Types of Dynamic Compliance Information – Are you tracking it?