With OSHA fines poised to rise as much as 80 percent to account for inflation, employers must be more diligent than ever about compliance.
Sustaining a safe, efficient and compliant workplace is a complex task for any employer, but for companies with operations spanning multiple locations – perhaps all over the world – things become even more complicated. When employers commit to safe and reliable contractors from the start, they gain control over their work sites and ensure regulatory needs are met.
Prequalification is one part of that commitment. Download this white paper to learn how to avoid rising OSHA fines and improve safety with contractor prequalification.