"It is highly likely that we have workers on site who are not compliant. This exposes our company to significant legal risk."
Mike, CEO of
Pay Dirt Mining*
Large organisations or major projects face substantial scrutiny to comply with work, health and safety laws, which is complicated because they are dependent on a high percentage of third-party workers. It’s a challenge to determine whether these third-party workers have met the licences, qualifications, safety and site considerations before they conduct work within a peak enterprise.
Certainty in the workforce - for management - TikForce endorsement of the enterprise's vendor supply chain:
Reporting - for management - Via Tikforce's organisation portal, an administrator can review overall compliance, track key statistics, manage supplier companies, manage individual employees and contractors, and generate reports.
Mike is the CEO of Pay Dirt Mining and is therefore responsible for over 7000 individuals working on sites across two states. The workforce includes direct employees on-site and in city offices, and the workers from over 150 suppliers and sub-contractors. Pay Dirt Mining is legally obligated to stay on top of worker compliance, so needs a system that can be easily used throughout all levels of the supply chain. Mike wants to avoid a complex selection and budget process, and needs a speedy and cost effective implementation.
Mike needs a comprehensive solution to ensure all workers are compliant and have all of the necessary requirements to work safety and legally:
"I need a police check for the job I am applying for."
Jordy has finished his apprenticeship as a boilermaker and is now looking for more opportunities to earn money fast. He would like a full time job but would consider FIFO or short term contract and shut down work if it meant higher pays. Each time he applies for a job, attends an interview, or goes to site, he needs to take copies of his boilermaker qualifications and tickets such as his working at heights and working in confined spaces licences. He also often needs to prove he’s fit to work with a police check and regular drug/alcohol testing.
*Jordy is a representation of a TikForce client