Improving Safety and Compliance Risk Management: Why Technology is the Key to Consistency
By relying on effective technology and expertise to ensure contractors and vendors are qualified and compliant with company and industry-specific policies, rental companies can better manage evolving risks to create stronger, safer businesses.
From the U.S. Department of Labor’s OSHA guidelines and regulations to best practices and specifications published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), there is no shortage of resources to help rental operation owners and managers identify health and safety measures to protect their workers and their businesses. What’s far more challenging for them is determining how to ensure compliance.
Ensuring safety and compliance was already complex, but with the added responsibility of administering and managing a growing number of policies aimed at mitigating exposure to COVID-19, the workload has increased. The sheer number of tasks, routines, training, and certifications which need to be completed, documented, and tracked has made administrative duties one of the most difficult and time-intensive aspects of safety and compliance programs.