Contractor Assessment

Managing Contractor Health and Safety Compliance

Keeping everyone you work with safe is your biggest priority as an employer. But health and safety can be a bigger issue when it comes to independent contractors, as they’re typically operating in unfamiliar environments with different processes and standards.

Further still, you have a legal and ethical responsibility to ensure the health and safety of everyone who works on your premises, including your contractors. You’re not only required to provide a safe and healthy work environment, but also provide training, identify risks and review contractor compliance and safety policies regularly.

Contractor Assessment

Managing Supply Chain Sustainability

Good Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance is no longer optional. Both internal and external stakeholders now expect you to demonstrate sustainability and social value at every level. Futhermore, authorities around the world are tightening regulations and imposing penalties on those who don’t keep up with changing ESG requirements.

Today’s consumers now choose ethical companies that can prove they have a positive impact on people and the planet and investors know that sustainability impacts market share and brand perception.

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Introducing our ESG compliance solutions

Environmental

Climate action, resource efficiency, and sustainable sourcing

What we ask supply chain partners to provide:

  • Carbon emission data to help you report on scope 3 emissions
  • Waste management reports and licenses
  • Environmental management certification such as ISO 14001

Social

Diversity and inclusion, labour practices and human rights, and community engagement

What we ask supply chain partners to provide:

  • Equality, diversity and inclusion policies to demonstrate equal rights for all employees
  • A modern slavery and human trafficking policy

Governance

Corporate governance, ethical practices, risk management, and supply chain management

What we ask supply chain partners to provide:

  • Health and safety certification
  • Cyber security measures to mitigate the risk of cyber attacks
  • Anti-bribery and corruption policies that demonstrate they operate in a fair, transparent and legal way
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Building safe and ethical supply chains

What partnering with us means to our clients.

“Alcumus is one of the leading suppliers of global contractor management safety solutions and is trusted by many of the leading brands in high-risk industries.”

Bill Pennington, EHS Research Director, Verdantix

“Partnering with SafeContractor provides greater control of competencies, increases knowledge and assists in raising standards for our business in an efficient and compliant manner.”

Briggs & Forrester, Building Services

“We partner with SafeContractor to offer reassurance that contractors who are accredited have been assessed by the UK’s leading health and safety compliance scheme.”

Compass Group UK, Food, Hospitality and Support Services Provider

“We have used SSIP providers before, but for us, SafeContractor is the gold standard. They provide our existing contractors the means to improve and grow their businesses too.”

Homyze, Construction and Fit-Out Firm

“After significant market analysis, we believed Alcumus Supply Chain Compliance to be a market leading solution and we have had some great traction with our existing supply chain.”

Jack Holmes – Procurement Director UK and Ireland, Atalian Servest Group Ltd

Cost Calculator

Have you considered the cost of monitoring compliance effectively in-house?

Unveil how much time and money your business could be saving by outsourcing your supply chain compliance. Input your details into our interactive cost calculator below.

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Contact us to discuss how to achieve these cost savings and ensure a compliant, ethical supply chain

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