Sysmax’s free online webinar for social housing supply chain

  • 26 Jun 2023

Sysmax, the compliance, risk and competency software platform now deploying across housing providers and contractors, is hosting a free webinar to highlight solutions to solve the Golden Thread and Building Safety Act compliance and competency management conundrum which the sector is currently wrestling with.

Peter McAteer, CEO, comments: “Five years on from the Hackitt Report and although progress has been, we still have a long way to go. Now more than ever, the social housing sector is under scrutiny when it comes to compliance and competency.

“The Building Safety Act (BSA), which came into effect on the 1st of April 2023 will have full implementation by October 2023. The BSA enforces a statutory requirement to produce and maintain a Building Safety case and report, and to instigate and maintain The Golden Thread which requires proof of competency and compliance of personnel and products, in order to keep both buildings and people safe now and in the future.

“The days of unread manuals on office shelves, multiple versions of EHS spreadsheets, intermittent supplier quality checks, simple or outdated skill matrices, are gone.


“We’re entering an era of true accountability, where real cases of corporate manslaughter, fines, reputation ruin and share-holder ruin for those who fail to comply or underestimate its severity. 

“To know how well your organisation is performing, you can ask yourself this one simple question…

How do you know right now that you have the right people in the right places doing the right things? 

“If the answer is you can’t be 100% certain that you and your organisation are protected or you’re wrestling with scalable solutions to meet the Building Safety Act compliance and competency requirements, you are not alone. 

“That’s why we’ve organised a free online webinar to help you fast track your Golden Thread journey and get the chance to ask the questions you’ve not yet asked, maybe because you’re scared of what the answers could mean to your organisation. 

“The time to act is now as the clock continues to tick.”

Register now to avoid disappointment.

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