Manage your contractors and associated organisations using the Contractor Management module’s intuitive interface.
Ensure full compliance by assigning assessments to your contractors, with an associated approval process. Ask your contractors to upload associated documentation/ policies to provide evidence that they are right for the job.
Effectively manage your contractors using our intuitive interface:
Create parent organisations and link contractors to them.
Use AssessNET’s comprehensive search engine to locate organisations/ contractors with ease, with full visibility of their approval status.
Manage a precise approval process, including setting organisations/ contractors as “Under Assessment”, “Approved”, “Unapproved” and “Pending”.
Assign compliance assessments to your contractors:
Create templates and assign assessments to contractors and organisations, to gather and store evidence of compliance.
Send email notifications to assigned contractors with a link to complete their assessment.
Send further notifications to the relevant system users once the contractor finishes the assessment.
Approve or reject the assessments that have been completed.
Real-time statistics throughout the module:
Utilising the contractor management’s dashboard you have full visibility of your contractor status’s in real-time.
Contractor/ Organisation Status’s, from approved to pending, are shown within all search engines both within the results and within the navigation panels.
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