Strategies for Improving Contractor Safety Management

Published on: July 24, 2019
For companies who aspire to EHS excellence, safety is a core value that affects every aspect of their culture and internal operations. This commitment naturally extends to those who conduct work on the company's behalf, from full-time contractors to those who pass through their facilities to make deliveries.

But even with the best intentions, how do companies ensure that those who work for them share their commitment to safety and behave accordingly?

This report summarizes insights about the programs corporate leaders are using to manage contractor safety, as well as common challenges, how companies are addressing them, and fresh ideas from those with advanced programs.

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Free Webinar: Results from Contractor Safety Benchmark

Thursday, Aug. 14 • 1-2 p.m. EST
Join us for an in-depth look at NAEM's Contractor Safety Management benchmark. Marcus Pettus, Safety and Supply Chain Product Manager at Veriforce, and Elizabeth Ryan, Director of Communications at NAEM, will discuss how peer companies are training, communicating with and managing contractors to ensure they remain safe at work. Don't miss these fresh insights on:
  • The policies peer companies have in place to protect contractor safety
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