Compliance Center

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THIS COMPLIANCE CENTER IS FOR YOU if you hire contractors or subcontractors to perform work at your site (or your company is a contractor or subcontractor). The COMPLIANCE CENTER helps you manage safety risks created by contractors and covers contractor pre-qualification and screening, contract negotiation, coordination of safety programs and contractor oversight and monitoring.

Articles & Insight
  • sample image Who's Liable for Injury to Subcontractor's Employee?

    Everybody knows who's responsible for health and safety when all of the workers at a site work for the same employer.
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  • sample image Who's Responsible for OSHA Violations at Multi-Employer Sites?

    OSHA requires "employers" to take measures to manage workplace hazards. But what if you hire outside contractors and subcontractors to carry out operations...
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  • sample image Who's Liable for a Consultant's OSHA Violation?

    Like most employers, you probably use outside consultants like engineers, hygienists and ergonomics specialists from time to...
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  • sample image Who's Liable for Injury to Subcontractor's Employee?

    Everybody knows who's responsible for health and safety when all of the workers at a site work for the same employer...
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  • sample image How to Prevent Contractor Accidents

    Using contractors is a cost-effective way to secure vital services. But it can create huge safety problems – especially when contractor personnel work at your facility...
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  • sample image How to Establish & Implement a Visitor's Safety Policy

    Like most companies, you probably have a well developed workplace safety policy to protect your workers. But does that policy cover contractors, visitors...
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Time Saving Tools
  • Outside Contractor Entry Notification Form
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    One of the keys to managing contractor risks is to know at any given time which contractors are at your site and what kind of work they're doing. This might sound obvious but it's often overlooked. Read More...

  • Visitor's Safety Policy
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    Protecting workers isn't enough. You also need to apply your health and safety policy to the contractors, subcontractors and other outsiders who visit your site. This tool will allow you to keep everyone involved safe. Read More...

  • Subcontractor Prequalification Questionnaire
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    Safety violations by your subcontractors can lead to delays, cost overruns, workplace injuries and liability under OSHA. That's why it's so essential to select subcontractors... Read More...

  • Contractor Safety Policy
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    Ensuring that your own workers perform their jobs safely isn't enough. To preserve health and safety, you must also impose ... Read More...

  • Contractor Safety Agreement Form
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    Contractors and subcontractors that work on your site can disrupt operations, cause health and safety risks and subject you to OSHA and other liability risks. Read More...

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