Improving Contractor Safety Performance, Part 2

Episode 6 May 13, 2024 00:26:42
Improving Contractor Safety Performance, Part 2
The Safety Experts
Improving Contractor Safety Performance, Part 2

May 13 2024 | 00:26:42


Show Notes

Incidents occur every day due to neglecting contractor safety principles. Managing work-in-progress assurances, considering both owner and general contractor perspectives, as well as performance evaluations and feedback, helps to avoid unsafe outcomes. Together, these principles achieve better performance and ultimately benefit the bottom line.


In part two of this episode of The Safety Experts podcast, Jerome Spear, Jeremy Lancaster, and Dave Griffith sit down to discuss field safety oversight, understanding general contractor and owner expectations, and why feedback is so important.


Join us as we discuss how to improve contractor safety. And just in case you missed it, be sure to check out Part 1 of Improving Contractor Safety, where we introduced the topic, prequalification and selection minimums, and EHS contract requirements.


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