Every successful leader has a vision of where they want their company to be and how they will get there. As a result, each new business year inevitably brings corporate resolutions and company goals that will pave the way throughout the year.
Such goals often include increasing sales, opening new locations, and offering new and improved products and services. To manage costs and streamline operations, many organizations are turning to contractors to supply them with goods and services that previously were kept in-house. Hiring contractors presents companies with both benefits and areas of potential risk that must be addressed at every stage of the process.
This presentation will examine best practice methods in contractor management, outlined by the Campbell Institute, a division of the National Safety Council, and review the steps that companies should be taking now and throughout the year to establish a safe and conscientious plan for managing the contractors they work with.
- Research findings on contractor management best practices
- Working with internal teams to achieve a common goal
- Incorporating leading and lagging risk indicators
- Establishing more effective partnerships with contractors and suppliers
Director of Business Development, Avetta
Brett Armstrong has been involved with contractor prequalification and management for more than a decade. During which, he assisted the world’s leading organizations in successfully implementing and managing their supply chain qualification programs. That experience has provided him with the foundation and understanding necessary to support the communications needs of companies in a variety of industries and the suppliers they work with.
Business Development Specialist, Avetta
Dennis Robinson has been in the supply chain industry for more than 10 years. Before his current role, Dennis managed the assessment specialist team responsible for the validation of all contractor documentation. His experience provides him with firsthand knowledge of the details and documentation organizations rely on to ensure they are working with safe, responsible contractors.