Around 1 out of 5 jobs in the United States are filled by contract workers, recent studies show. In fact, independent contractors could make up half of the U.S. workforce within the next decade. This trend also is keeping pace internationally.
With the ever-increasing use of contractors for critical services and supplies, it’s clear that having a strong plan in place to manage this growing workforce is key to success.
Join Laurie Knape as she takes a look at the evolution of contractor/supplier risk management, discusses current challenges and mitigation methods, and outlines what the future may hold for contractor management.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
Laurie Knape, CSP, ASP, CLSC, HSE Professional, Avetta LLC
Laurie has 20-plus years of health, safety and environmental experience. She is a certified DNV auditor, holds a master’s training certificate for aerial working platforms and forklifts, and has been a certified RigPass instructor. A member of several industry organizations, Laurie also is the regulatory chairperson for the Gulf Coast Safety and Training Group, the chairperson for SafeGulf, the chairperson for API RP T8, a committee member for API RP 75 rewrite, and has been a member of the American Society for Safety Professionals for more than 13 years. She attended the University of Connecticut for HSE and Columbia Southern University for science and business.
Kevin Druley, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine.
Kevin covers worker safety for Safety+Health.