If your company is required by your clients to use Veriforce®, you know how important it is to keep a good client grade in Veriforce®. A negative grade can cause your company to lose business. A positive grade can make you stand out among your competition. In this blog, I provide details on how to keep your grade positive.
The main topics covered are Company Questionnaire, Reporting, and Program Reviews.
Your Company Questionnaire Impacts Your Client Grade in Veriforce®
Because each company is different, your specific company questionnaire needs to stay up to date. Within this section, you will find your company-specific information. This includes the selected services your company provides. The services you select will trigger further requirements in the questionnaire. These requirements include safety statistics, service-specific programs, training questions, client-specific questions, and insurance requirements. Maintaining the Company Questionnaire section will certainly aid in keeping a positive grade. Once this section is complete, you will be able to certify it with a Completion Certification.
Your Reporting Section Impacts Your Client Grade in Veriforce®
The Reporting section is another important section. Your clients will request safety statistics specific to them on a monthly and/or quarterly basis. This is also where any OSHA violations will be shown. Not only does this section need to be completed regularly, but your safety stats should also stay in the positive.
Your Program Reviews Section Impacts Your Client Grade in Veriforce®
The Program Reviews section can often be difficult to manage. Different written safety programs are required here, depending on the provided services you selected for your company. The written safety programs required are dependent on client requests and OSHA standards. These programs must cover these requirements down to specific wording. They are also reviewed at designated intervals and must pass approval. Missing or rejected programs will certainly lower your grade.