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Temporary Worker Safety 101: Essential Strategies for Host Employers and Staffing Agencies - On-Demand

Temporary Worker Safety 101: Essential Strategies for Host Employers and Staffing Agencies - On-Demand

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Temporary Worker Safety 101: Essential Strategies for Host Employers and Staffing Agencies - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: With the rate of hiring temporary workers on the rise, OSHA has been focusing safety compliance requirements around these contact workers. Ensure your safety program is compliant with every one of your workers with this upcoming webinar lead by safety attorney Adele Abrams.



As a share of the overall workforce, temporary workers are on the rise—a trend that is likely to continue. This has attracted enforcement attention from OSHA, as well as plaintiff attorneys who see a route to avoiding workers’ compensation exclusive remedies in injury cases.

Because the modern workforce is so heterogeneous, your safety program must effectively deal with all workers—including these temporary and contract workers. In the past, safety requirements were usually handled in the legal agreement, and while this is still an excellent strategy, in the eyes of OSHA, you, the host company, become the actual employer of record. This means that OSHA not only looks at contractual language, but also at the practices in place at the worksite for the safety supervision of temporary workers.

In addition, OSHA has issued numerous documents that attempt to clarify who is responsible for assuring employee safety when multiple employers are involved. For contractors, the “Multi-Employer Citation Policy” outlines OSHA’s process for determining which employer(s) to cite for safety violations in a given situation. For host employers and staffing agencies that deal with temporary workers, OSHA has issued a series of bulletins that aim to clarify the responsibility of the two parties for recordkeeping, training, providing PPE, and a variety of other key safety considerations.

Use this on-demand webinar with Adele Abrams, an experienced safety lawyer who has helped many companies develop and implement effective temporary and contract worker safety programs, when she will provide guidance and information on developing a program from scratch, as well as assistance in evaluating an existing program to help attendees ensure that their programs are compliant and fine-tuned to succeed.

You’ll learn: 

  • OSHA’s position on for temporary worker safety and how it applies to your organization 
  • Applying the “Multi-Employer Citation Policy” at your facility, ensuring that all temp and contract workers have been considered 
  • How to develop safety programs, policies, and procedures with staffing organizations 
  • The roles, responsibilities and obligations of the host employer vs the staffing agency 
  • What departments and third parties need to be involved when developing and implementing a temporary worker safety program 
  • Best practices for training, PPE, hazard communication, accident reporting, medical treatment, supervision, and more 
  • The top safety concerns for both host employers and staffing agencies 

About Your Presenter

Adele Abrams, Esq., CMSPAdele L. Abrams, Esq., CMSP 
President 
Law Office of Adele L. Abrams PC

Adele Abrams, Esq., CMSP, is an attorney, safety professional and firm president of the Law Office of Adele L. Abrams P.C. who is recognized as a national expert on occupational safety and health. Ms. Abrams heads a multi-attorney firm with offices in Maryland, Colorado and West Virginia, that represents employers and contractors nationwide in OSHA and MSHA litigation. Ms. Abrams also provides safety and health training, auditing, and consultation services. She is a Certified Mine Safety Professional, and a Department of Labor–approved trainer. Ms. Abrams is on the adjunct faculty of Catholic University in Washington, DC, where she teaches employment and labor law. 

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