Employment needs change and temporary works can be a big help filling in gaps and keeping business going. If a temp worker gets hurt, who is ultimately responsible - the staffing agency or you? OSHA recognizes the need to protect temporary employees and established the Temporary Worker Initiative. Join us to learn what OSHA says your obligations and responsibilities are for protecting your temp workforce. In our expert-lead program you will discover:
Employer obligations to ensure the safety of temp workers
Tips for selecting and working with staffing agencies to reduce legal risks
How OSHA's Temporary Worker Initiative applies to your organization
Legal responsibilities of the staffing agency v. host employer
Keys to effectively safety training of your temporary workforce
Employer Obligations & OSHA Requirements for Temp Worker Safety
Different categories of temp employees - and why it matters
How OSHA's Temporary Worker Initiative impacts your organization
Clarifying employer responsibility for contingent worker safety
Working with Staffing Agencies: Practices to Limit Legal Risks
Keys to selecting reliable staffing agencies - what you should look for
Key elements to include in agreements with staffing organizations
Documentation you should require before letting temp workers start working
Identifying the safety expectations to include in your agreements
Managing Temp Worker Safety: Training and Reporting Guidelines
Who's responsible for recording injuries on the OSHA 300 log
Getting temporary workers aligned with your workplace safety culture
Training your temp workers - how much should you do?
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Adele L. Abrams, Esq., CMSP is a nationally recognized authority on Occupational Safety and Health law. She represents employers in OSHA and MSHA litigation and provides training and safety consultation.
Ms. Abrams is a frequent author on safety, health and legal compliance issues, including writing columns in "Modern Contractor Solutions" and "Pallet Central" magazines, articles in "Professional Safety" and "New Construction Products," writing for ASSE publications and co-authoring several books including the widely reviewed "Construction Safety Management and Engineering" and the "Safety Professional's Handbook."
Ms. Abrams is a regular presenter at prestigious safety conferences like the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and the National Safety Congress, where she specializes in providing real-world solutions to real-world problems.
Join our live, 60-minute program to learn exactly what your requirements and legal obligations are when it comes to the safety of your temporary staff.