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Contractor Safety Software

Modules including qualification, incidents, work hours, training, and more.

Our experience helping our clients across a variety of industries and sizes qualifies us to help you.

What is Safety Prequalification?

It is part of a comprehensive construction workplace safety program. The qualification process involves auditing a contractor firm’s safety program and safety metrics against a performance benchmark. Approved contractors are allowed to bid work, competing only with other contractors that have passed the safety prequalification requirements. As part of continual improvement, contractors may be evaluated annually to address deficiencies. The requirement of minimum safety performance and continual improvement lead to positive feedback loop of improved safety, reduced harm to employees, and lower costs.

We provide on-site safety representatives that dovetail into our safety prequalification services. We have a tested and proven method for providing contractor safety management for clients. For projects large and small, nationwide in the United States, we can help.

Our qualification services are bundled with our software as a services (SaaS) platform. This contractor qualification software helps manage contractor information. Let’s face it, safety requires documentation, the volume of documentation can be overwhelming. Putting all your contractor safety documentation and information in one spot, accessible anywhere, and anytime – is one less item to stress over, allowing you to focus on the real challenges.

Choosing a safety qualification vendor is tough choice, because of the investment of time and money. Certainly there are other providers out there, but few can manage the contractor safety of a client from initial qualification to project closeouts. Our software, in combination with your staff or ours, does more than safety qualification.

Ideally, a new contractor is safety qualified then on boarded to the owner’s safety culture and expectations. This can be challenging using third party vendors. Our process will look and feel like your own custom qualification service. Our safety software as a service (SaaS) model lets you build from our experience, but meet your specific needs.

Beyond qualification we help manage:

  • Client and Site Specific Orientation
  • Client Safety Program Manual
  • Contractor Incidents, investigations, and Reporting
  • Contractor Work Hours Tracking and Reporting
  • Contractor Safety Programs
  • Insurance Certificate Management
  • Project and Regional Safety Staffing
  • and more..

Modules & Features

  • Dashboards
  • Qualification
  • Insurance Certificates
  • Incidents
  • Work Hours
  • Orientation/Training
  • Document Library
  • Articles/Newsletter/Safety Alerts
  • Automated System Actions


  • Client and Contractor Accounts
  • Role Based Security
  • Salted & Hashed Passwords
  • Site-wide SSL
  • HTTP Strict Transport Security
  • Web API SSL
  • Http Only Cookie
  • Secured Cookies
  • Private & Secure Document Access

Additional Information

Documents/Files: Documents are stored on Microsoft Azure geo-redundant storage and are limited to a 100 MB max per file. There is no technical limit to the number of documents. Documents are stored in individual accounts that can be transferred to the client should the need arise. Documents are backed up within 15 minutes to a separate, individual Amazon S3 account for disaster recovery and redundancy.

Database: The database is backed up daily with seven (7) days of retention/history available. Additional archived snapshots are maintained at a less scheduled frequency, with availability back one (1) year.

Email: There is a dedicated email domain for most clients. You can create and manage email address through your portal. Email distribution groups, customized templates for system notifications, and automated system actions/notification are available. Email is encrypted and includes spam protection (spf/dkim records).

Data Migration: Chances are that you have an existing list of contractors and data. No one wants to type all that in again. We will create a plan to import your data into our platform, based upon the available data and documents. This import will be approved and available for review prior to going live - on our test server.

Test Server: Have an idea or want to see how a change affects your site/data? You can test changes and see what happens on the test server without causing havoc on your live data. Changes and updates can be tested before rolling them out in production.

Take a look around

Enough words - how about taking a look for yourself. This is a read-only view of a sample configuration of the application. A specific implementation would have your logo, colors, and themes - including the modules and layout of your choice. Field labels and drop down values are configurable to match your company's nomenclature.

Need more? We can setup demo access including more options for you.

Demo Application


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