Reflecting on 2022, the team at Cm3 delved into all the articles in this blog to find out which were the most read for the year. There has been much to celebrate, such as Cm3 becoming a part of Blackwoods, welcoming exciting new partners and clients, new Risk Review releases, and major enhancements to the Cm3 ecosystem for an even better user experience.
Throughout, Cm3 has published numerous articles on various aspects on contractor risk management, principles of workplace safety, and exciting announcements. Explore the most popular articles for the year below, and follow Cm3 on LinkedIn to be amongst the first to receive news and updates in 2023.
The top 5 articles from the Cm3 Contractor Management blog in 2022:
Cm3 released a Risk Review assessment in 2021 allowing clients to apply a more critical lens to the evaluation of documents submitted as evidence of a contractor’s capability as a Principal Contractor.
The most read article from 2022 explores what a Principal Contractor is, and how you ensure they meet their WHS legislative duties when working on your construction projects.
A core component of Cm3’s ecosystem of contractor management solutions is Contractor Prequalification.
So what is Contractor Prequalification? And what makes it an important component of safety and compliance management for your workplace and supply chain?
Organisations utilise contractors and suppliers for various purposes. This includes performing works on site, professional services, delivering goods, manufacturing components, and providing support.
This article explains what differentiates a contractor from a supplier and how Cm3 can assist in managing your compliance.
The Hierarchy of Control is a system that details the various approaches to eliminating or reducing risks from the most to least effective. This article provides a detailed overview of the system, and how you can apply the Hierarchy of Control to your management of contractors.
Western Australia’s new Work Health and Safety Act 2020 and regulations officially commenced on the 31 March 2022.
Rounding out Cm3’s top 5 articles for 2022, this article explores the key areas of the Act, and the implications for organisations with a contracted workforce.