This webinar provides an economic outlook of labour and materials, will provide Health and Safety Index benchmark results, factors impacting on poor contractor and supplier performance.
Often organisations take a one-size-fits-all approach to managing risks when procuring goods and services. This often leads to complexities, clutter, non-compliance, and ineffective cultures. Requirements vary based on supplier maturity, procurement categories, economic trends and activities performed.
We explore current procurement trends impacting goods and services, including commercial risks, health and safety practices and behaviours.
- Economic outlook and procurement risks
- Methods to engage contractors and suppliers
- Segmenting contractors and suppliers
- Measuring performance
- Applying risk-based controls and improvement plans.
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About Mark Wright
Mark Wright is a trusted risk, health and safety professional committed to preventing harm and enabling high levels of performance. Mark is the Managing Director of FEFO Consulting and the Health & Safety Index. His career has included work as Non-Executive Director, several senior leadership positions and work over 15 countries across mining, oil & gas, facilities management, construction and utilities.
Mark has proven track record in leading transformation projects, leadership development, strategy deployment and enabling high-performance cultures. He also has strong expertise in Critical Risk Management (CRM), Safety in Design (SiD), contractor management incident investigations and assurance activities.
Mark previously worked with SafeWork NSW as a Prosecutor and with multi-national companies such as Lend Lease, Transfield Services and Rio Tinto. He has also led many consulting projects with organisations such as Glencore JLL, Boral, Westpac, Australian Institute of Company Directors, WorkSafe NZ, Nine Network and several government agencies. FEFO Consulting’s success was recently recognised as a finalist with the Australian Small Business Champion Awards.
Mark has a range of qualifications including Bachelor of Science, Post Graduate Diploma in Safety, lead auditor, ICAM / Comcare investigator and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).
About Colin Williams
Colin Williams is the Founder and Director of heyProcurement where he helps companies sell to buy better. He is a Procurement, Supply Chain and Business Consultant expert, specialising in high-value procurement strategies for large-scale operations as well as medium-sized entities in Australia and Asia.
This includes experience in strategy development, value and revenue enhancement, cost optimisation and process improvement. He has led global contracts of more than $8 billion and worked with will global companies such as Rio Tinto.
Mitchell Services Case Study
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