Sponsored by Alcumus. When managing normal operations and high-risk activities such as construction projects, maintenance operations and equipment installation, work performed by a contractor must be controlled to reduce the risk of injuries, property damage and assets to ensure your business operation isn't disrupted. Prequalification of contractor safety and health compliance, insurance coverage and competency are challenges you must manage at scale. How do you mitigate contractor risks when performing work on various job sites?
What you will Learn
- Build knowledge to streamline your contractor sourcing and prequalification process
- Discuss how to develop complete visibility and transparency of contractor work and performance on-site
- Maintain compliance with government safety and health legislation
- Develop effective safety management policies and procedures to reduce on-site contractor risks
Robyn Asher, CRSP, Accreditation Manager, Alcumus – North America
Robyn Asher is an accreditation manager at Alcumus in North America with 30+ years’ HSE experience in multiple industries including heavy construction, manufacturing and diesel engine service. A member of ASSP and CSSE, she works to add value in helping companies with a prequalification solution that is driven by risk and has real safety professionals assessing contractors’ documentation. Asher is also a Gold Seal Construction Safety Officer and has a certificate in disability management and environment management.
Zach Vann – Director of HSE, Reach Wireline
Zach Vann, CSP, CSHO, is director of HSE for Reach Wireline. During 15 years in the oil/gas industry, Vann has created and maintained positive safety cultures for several oil/gas service companies that work for major operators. He is well-versed in managing and developing safety programs, leading incident investigations, performing safety training, and using various tools and methods to prevent incidents. Vann holds a B.S. in Occupational Safety with a minor in Fire Safety Engineering Technology from Eastern Kentucky University.