Managing contractor risk is a common challenge faced by organizations across the globe and often a key motive behind establishing a contractor safety program. But all too often, the focus of these programs stops at prequalification, rather than cultivating ongoing safety improvement among contractors. In this webinar, we’ll review the Contractor Safety Compliance Management Maturity Model, focusing on the key drivers at the higher levels of maturity. We’ll discuss how companies with mature contractor safety programs leverage technology, incorporate formal processes such as observation and audit programs, and capture and utilize contractor data to help improve their programs. Learn how a proactive contractor safety program that reaches beyond prequalification to drive continuous improvement fosters safer and more efficient worksites, and helps lower third-party risk.
In this webinar, attendees will learn:
Marcus Pettus , Safety Product Manager, Veriforce
Marcus Pettus serves as safety product manager at Veriforce, directing the development and delivery of safety compliance solutions. He works to enhance VerisourceTM to meet the market’s emerging safety compliance needs. Pettus is a seasoned safety professional, experienced at managing programs to improve safety culture and ensure compliance with DOT, OSHA, EPA, and DOD regulations. Before joining Veriforce in 2012, Pettus was an HSE manager at Jacobs, overseeing project-specific HSE programs for refineries and chemical and fabrication plants. Prior to Jacobs, he served 4 years in the US Navy.
Kevin Moody, Global Safety Consultant, Veriforce
Kevin Moody is the global safety consultant for Veriforce. He works with Veriforce clients, both domestically and globally, to strengthen their safety compliance programs and drive continuous improvement to safety culture across their organizations, as well as their contractor workforce. Moody is active in national safety organizations, including the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and the National Safety Council (NSC). He is also heavily involved in the community and currently serves as the vice chairman of the Lamb & Goat Auction Committee for the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. Moody earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Houston.
Alan Ferguson, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Alan Ferguson covers worker safety for Safety+Health.