The GPCP Prequalification/Assessment/Certification (PAC) Program is a process that general contractors and users of construction services can use to evaluate contractor performance, improve safety programs and simplify the safety prequalification process saving time and money.
The purpose of the GPCP PAC Program is to increase efficiencies and effectively promote construction safety. The evaluation process uses a web based database containing important safety information in an easily accessible, standard format. GPCP has partnered with an independent vendor, ConstructSecure, to provide the online analysis of a contractor’s traditional lagging indicators and safety management systems.
GPCP Certification results when a Contractor becomes a GPCP member and scores 85 or above on the ConstructSecure Contractor Safety Assessment Program (CSAP). The GPCP certification requires a minimum CSAP score of 85 or more to demonstrate a well established and effective safety program. Owners and General Contractors ultimately decide how to use specific information in their prequalification criteria and may choose to hire a Contractor with a lower score.
Owners and general contractors use the process to assess the safety performance of trade contractors, subcontracts and third contractors. Click here to learn more about how owners and general contractors use the GPCP PAC Program PAC Program. (Only available for GPCP members that are logged in)
Contractors utilizing PAC are presented with the opportunity to have their safety program objectively reviewed and scored with the results being available for review by all participating owners and general contractors. The assessment results will also assist contractors in improving safety programs and performance. Click here to learn more about how contractors use the GPCP PAC Program. (Only available for GPCP members that are logged in)