Organisations are increasingly looking to work with contractors that demonstrate their compliance with legal, moral and financial obligations.

Our Sustainability Questionnaire demonstrates that you are an ethical and stable organisation by collecting and verifying information covering key sustainability topics.

In addition to completing your SafeContractor Questionnaire, completing our Sustainability Questionnaire will enhance your reputation beyond health and safety and help you to win more long-term work for your business.

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Demonstrate to hundreds of organisations that you are a safe, stable and ethical business to work with.


Complete your Sustainability Questionnaire

via our contractor portal. Upload relevant documentation for each section that applies to your business. If a section doesn’t apply, answer ‘no’ in the questionnaire.

Submit your Sustainability Questionnaire

to our in-house technical team to review and liaise with you if any more information is required.

Your Sustainability Questionnaire is passed and verified.

Based on your answers you will be displayed as a Gold, Silver or Bronze contractor on our portal to hundreds of client organisations. Use your verified seal to promote your business and win more work with potential buyers.

Client Requirements

Accredited contractors who are verified work with an average of five of our big brand clients.

Increasing legal requirements and expectations from businesses, customers and employees mean that contractors need to limit their risks to minimise the impact of supply chain vulnerabilities and costly disruptions.

As a result of this we’ve seen:

  • More than half of our contractors who work with our clients currently provide additional evidence and are awarded more work as a result of demonstrating their capabilities.
  • 75% of organisations who use SafeContractor as a Contractor Management System are not appointing contractors if they’re not able to provide industry best practice additional information.
  • Contractors are increasingly being asked for additional information beyond health and safety, causing increased administrative burden to provide the same documents multiple times.