Date: This webinar is available on-demand
Orginally Broadcast: Wednesday, November 8, 2017, 2:00 p.m. EST (GMT -5, New York)
Duration: 1 Hour
Event Type: On-Demand Webinar
A panel discussion with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Santa Clara University
The suppliers, contractors, and vendors you hire have a large impact on your organization’s success. The risk introduced to your business by any supplier in your supply chain inherently becomes your risk. Today, owners, prime and subcontractors are no longer insulated from one another’s safety liabilities. Employing organizations will be held accountable for the decisions they make on who they hire – including third-party contractors.
How are you managing and mitigating this risk throughout your organization? Many companies are looking to contractor management and prequalification services to assist in this process.
Join MIT, Santa Clara University, and BROWZ for a discussion on the ‘Why’ of Contractor Management and their reasons for using contractor management services for their business. These companies are taking a proactive approach to managing their relationships with third-party contractors, suppliers, and vendors using a contractor management system. These industry leaders are drawing a line in the sand of who they will work with based on key safety and performance metrics. By doing this, they are able to improve their safety performance and reduce the risk to their organization.
- Why manage contractors, suppliers and vendors?
- Strategies for hiring qualified contractors and vendors.
- Navigating internal change management when rolling out a new program.
- Selecting a contractor management system.
- Working with a contractor management services company.
- Results that can achieved through qualification of third-parties.
Dave Mathe, Manager, Environment, Health and Safety at Santa Clara University
Dave Mathe is the Environment, Health and Safety Manager at Santa Clara University. With over 16 years of EHS experience, Mr. Mathe has worked in a variety of industries including Academic, Aerospace Manufacturing, Automobile, and Construction. He is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and a Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST).
Kyle Rohm, Manager of Vendor Relations at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kyle Rohm is currently the Manager of Vendor Relations at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Department of Facilities' Infrastructure Business Operations. With 22 years' experience in the field of facilities management in the higher education market in both in-house and contracted programs, he has worked within a diverse portfolio of higher education institutions, including University of Rhode Island, Harvard University/Radcliffe College, Providence College, Wheaton College (MA) as well as MIT. His current responsibilities include working with operating trades groups and EH&S to develop RFPs and contracts for services in an effort to identify and minimize risk and deliver a higher level of service to the MIT customer base.
Rick Stapp, Business Development, BROWZ
Rick Stapp serves at the Director of Business Development for BROWZ in North America. Rick loves learning about the needs and requirements of potential clients and of existing clients and then doing his best to address and meet those identified needs. Rick has been in the Business Development field for many years and loves interacting with and getting to know the people that he supports and works with.