• Cheryl Bellette

Getting subcontractors to comply.

Every builder has a problem getting subcontractors to provide compliance documents. Computer systems are not the answer. Threats of delaying payment or withholding work orders do get results, but at what cost to your relationship?

Starting the relationship with a subcontract agreement that clearly sets out your requirements is critical. Then, you never have to ask for something that hasn’t already been agreed.

But your compliance requirements must also make sense. A ‘one size fits all’ approach to

compliance does not work. Due diligence required for a roofing contractor is different to what’s required for a subcontractor who installs kitchens or delivers material on site.

The solution is to develop a culture of compliance and safety that contributes to business

sustainability. It’s what the Certify Network delivers.

Please call me on 0418 490 519 to arrange a demonstration.

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