DNV GL - Business Assurance North America

Managing Contractor Safety (MCS) Course

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Managing Contractor Safety a 2 day course examines the need for managing safety in contractual relationships. It provides an opportunity for participants to think critically about their own organization’s contractor control program.

This course examines the need for managing safety in contractual relationships. It provides an opportunity for participants to think critically about their own organization’s contractor control program. Through the use of interactive workshops and calibration groups, participants apply the ideas to their particular program needs.

Who Should Attend:
Contract or subcontract administrators, project managers, purchasing managers, major contractors, and safety/loss control professionals. Anyone desiring knowledge of how to effectively manage contractor safety will benefit.

Course Highlights
Day one:

  • Need for managing safety in contractual relationships
  • Fundamental concepts of loss control management
  • Introduction of the “Y” Model Calibration Groups
  • Risk identification and assessment prior to bid offering
  • Bid invitation preparation

Day Two:

  • The contractor selection process
  • Contractor performance measurement and monitoring
  • Contract close-out and turnover
  • Contract termination
  • Action plan development
  • Emergency planning and preparedness

Hours:
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Continuing Education Units:
Attendees who successfully complete this course will receive 1.5 CEU's.

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