Contractor Prequalification aims to take the risk out of selecting a contractor to work for the client. This is achieved by following best practice procedures and protocols. Contractors provide all pertinent information, documents and policies. In an online compliance system this can be done by scanning the documents via mobile device or scanner. The role of the Contractor remains to provide this information. Furthermore, it saves administration and paperwork for clients. The documentation is then assessed and approved based on the type of work being completed. In an online compliance system the manager clicks approve or reject with
Right from setup, timely incident management needs to be structured in line with your organisation. Do you report by area/section/site/state/country/region? The foundations of an effective incident report system start with structure. Correct structure allows for the following processes to be implemented successfully: Assign Actions – that automatically let users know of an action and details. Escalate actions – what happens if a manager is away or hasn’t got the capacity to complete the action? System alerts – how often and when. Too many alerts just creates “noise.” Statistics by the above categories – in line with the company
An effective induction & onboarding system needs to be simple and user friendly in order to be most effective. It must also meet regulatory requirements and be interactive. It must save time and money. And it must take into account the needs of your system users. Sounds easy, right? The measurement certainly is. All you need to do is ask yourself this: does your current induction and onboarding system meet the above requirements and measurably save you time and money? If not, it’s time to consider an upgrade to Central Compliance to meet all your induction and onboarding needs.