ASA and NSC Publish Temporary Worker Safety Case Study


In conjunction with their respective alliances with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, ASA and the National Safety Council have jointly published a case study on the safety obligations of staffing firms and host employers. The case study was reviewed by OSHA and generally is based on citations issued by the agency in connection with temporary workers’ on-the-job injuries. The case study provides practical information to allow staffing firms and host employers better protect temporary workers and understand which party is responsible for recording temporary worker injuries on the OSHA 300 recordkeeping log.

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