Gold Shovel Standard® - Things to Know

What’s Happening To The Gold Shovel Standard?

Gold Shovel was recently acquired by Common Ground Alliance. Dues paid to Gold Shovel will be recognized by Common Ground Alliance. The company is transitioning in the month of January. Members of the Gold Shovel Standard will become members of the Common Ground Alliance. Emails will be sent out and a link will be provided to enroll in DPI to become accredited.

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Safety Consultants For RAVS® Safety Programs

Safety consultants play a large role in assisting contractors with writing and reviewing safety programs that meet legal regulations as well as strict requirements for some of the industries most important certifications. Industry certifications such as ISNetworld® show hiring clients that you are a reputable company that has done their due diligence and promotes a safe working environment. With the help and support of safety consultants, industrial contractors implement superior safety programs, create safer work environments and maintain industry certifications more easily. 

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Forming Workplace Safety Committees

Workplace safety is important in any industry and in any workplace setting. In the industrial industry, workplace safety can be one of the most important aspects of daily work. Industrial jobs are high risk with several opportunities for workers to injure themselves or others around them. There are ways to limit those opportunities for injury, lower workplace risks and maintain a safe workplace environment. Some of the ways this can be achieved is through safety programs, safety training and establishing a workplace safety committee. Creating a workplace safety committee is no small task. To have a successful safety committee, there are several items you should consider. 

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Contractor Preparations: Safety Compliance For The New Year

As a contractor, safety compliance is essential for the well-being of both your team and the people you are servicing. Proper preparation for safety compliance can help ensure your work is in accordance with safety regulations, reducing the chance of penalties or injuries. Having an inclusive plan that everyone understands is key to maintaining safety compliance throughout projects regardless of their size or complexity.

In pre-qualification systems such as ISNetworld® and Avetta®, a new year means a new set of account maintenance tasks.  

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5 Key Factors That Determine Your ISN Rating

5 Key Factors That Determine Your ISN® Rating

To be a successful company, you need to be seen as safe, qualified and reliable. Workplace safety is one of the most crucial elements of industrial work. It takes a lot of time, money, and energy to become a certified and reliable company in any industry. Your ISN® (ISNetworld®) rating is one metric that can make or break your company’s status. There are five key factors that determine your ISN® rating. Knowing what these five factors are can help you to make improvements and ultimately increase your ISN® rating. A higher ISN® rating shows potential clients that you are reliable, trustworthy, and efficient to work with.

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5 Steps for ISNetworld® Certification

How to Get Your ISNetworld® Certification

ISNetworld® Membership comes with many benefits for your business including unique marketing opportunities. But is membership enough? It is becoming more and more necessary for construction companies and general contractors to receive certification for ISN® safety compliance. ISNetworld® Certification is vital to placing bids and securing contracts for jobs. Industrial Compliance and Safety is here to help your business become ISNetworld® Certified. Our experts specialize in helping contractors obtain ISN® compliance approval within the ISNetworld® system. Here are 5 main steps that can help you navigate the certification process.

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What Is a Good ISN Rating for Your Company?

What Is a Good ISN® Rating for Your Company?

While going through the ISNetworld® submission process, many questions may cross your mind. For instance, many contractors and supplies wonder, What is a good ISN® rating for my company? Fortunately, we have a guide that will break down the answer! Keep reading to learn more.

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