This publication delivers analysis of insurance limit and non-limit requirements and data of ISNetworld subscribers in Canada. Hiring organizations can leverage this data to help establish data-driven, objective baselines for setting contractor insurance requirements and assess their organizations’ risk management strategies.
This publication provides 2017 contractor health and safety performance data across all industries in Canada.
Contractors can use this publication to benchmark their company’s health and safety performance to that of their peers by Workers’ Compensation Industry Code and ISN Work Types for the following provinces: Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Saskatchewan.
The key performance indicators collected and presented for each industry include:
This publication provides 2017 contractor health and safety performance data across all industries in the US.
Contractors can use this publication to benchmark their company’s health and safety performance to that of their peers by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes and ISN Work Types.
The key performance indicators (KPIs) collected and presented include:
Drawing from lessons learned across multiple industries, this white paper discusses 10 strategic elements found in best-in-class contractor management systems.
Hiring organizations will find reference points to assess their current contractor management practices and to identify opportunities to optimize efficiency and reduce risk exposure.
The white paper examines practices such as:
Richard Mendelson, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor from OSHA, discussed OSHA's common goal as a partner in worker safety and health and provided updates on OSHA initiatives.
Nelson Repenning, Professor of System Dynamics and Organizational Studies at MIT, explored his research of several significant incidents, successful process improvements and key learnings in design work.
The ISN Team shared the insights learned from ISN’s latest white paper, Contractor Management Strategy, which summarizes the feedback from 204 decision makers at 161 companies that hire contractors in capital-intensive industries including Oil & Gas, Agriculture, Food & Beverage, Utilities, Manufacturing and Pharmaceuticals/Healthcare.