Veriforce® Compliance Assistance

Veriforce certification is complicated.
We make it easy.

Veriforce is a compliance and risk management service. It provides a comprehensive platform that helps companies ensure their contractors and employees are trained, qualified, and compliant with industry regulations and standards.

We understand that all of the requested forms can be daunting. Our full-service compliance assistance allows us to serve you by uploading any and all necessary documentation.

When you purchase our full-service package, our customer service team will ensure you have every module, chapter, and training that you need in order to fix your client grades.

Positive and motivated construction crew on a building project after landing a hiring client because they got Veriforce certified.

Steps We Take to Get You Compliant

  • Let’s Get Started: The first step is to grant our team access to your account. This allows us to assess what steps we’re going to take to get you certified and ready to go.
  • Next, Data Submission: We will submit relevant company data, including details about your workforce, their qualifications, and your company’s safety policies and procedures. There can be countless questions as you complete the Veriforce Compliance Questionnaire. We’ll do that for you!
  • Documents, Documents, Documents: With our white glove package, we submit any required documentation that demonstrates compliance with safety standards, training completion, and worker qualifications.
  • Finally, Monitoring and Updating: Compliance is an ongoing process. We’ll regularly update your information and monitor your status to ensure continuous compliance with Veriforce standards. Alerts can arise as you get new hiring clients, add services and products to your industry, or grow as a company.

Challenges of Self-Management

  • Wasted Time: Often we see clients submit safety programs that aren’t written to the required specifications, resulting in a time-consuming process of uploading and re-uploading modules and waiting for multiple rounds of reviews.
  • Confusion: Complicated questions in client questionnaires lead to incorrect answers, resulting in irrelevant and unnecessary compliance requirements in Veriforce. If Veriforce identifies any gaps in compliance, you’ll need to address these by implementing corrective actions, which could involve updating policies, improving safety protocols, or obtaining additional certifications, taking you back to square one.
  • Over-Sight: Monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting and renewal processes get forgotten or are due during an especially busy time. Reports go missing, and renewals get accidentally skipped, which can keep you off of a job site in the middle of a project.
  • Missed Opportunities: Non-compliance notices get lost in the shuffle of day-to-day work. An acceptance from your client on your safety scorecard turns into a failing grade. This leads to disqualification from work resulting in lost time and money.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This can depend on whether you are a brand new subscriber to Veriforce and also on who your Hiring Client(s) are, but most of the time we get our clients compliant and ready to get on the job in a week or less.

Veriforce usually takes 2-5 days on the review process of documents like insurance or OSHA logs, but a review of safety programs could take upwards of 14 days. However, most of the time we see safety programs reviewed within a week. The good news is that if the review times fall outside of a deadline, then usually the hiring client can request that the review be expedited.

Yes! We have many years of experience working with all safety compliance systems and can manage multiple accounts as part of a full-service assistance package tailored to your needs. Contact us today for a custom quote.

Veriforce’s supply chain risk management (SCRM) software solutions start at around $1,500. Subscription prices are tiered based on the number of employees, and different subscriptions are available depending on the region of work and the hiring clients.