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    Sorry, the content you’ve selected is for members only. Maybe it’s time to join! Or if you’re already a member, please log in. Join today to get access to all ASA webinars and on-demand presentations. The ASA Resource Llibrary includes hundreds of presentations that members can view at their convenience and at no charge. Valuable webinars… More ›

    1.0 Passive CE Jun 12, 2014
    Topics: Safety
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    In this ASAPro webinar, U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration representatives will address the respective responsibilities of staffing firms and their clients to ensure the workplace safety of temporary workers. Staffing firms and their clients are encouraged to attend this program. Suggested language is available that you may use to invite your clients. Attachment HandoutsJuly18.pdf… More ›

    1.0 Passive CE Jul 18, 2013
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    Highlights The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued recommended practices for temporary workers and issued bulletins on such topics as hazard communication, bloodborne pathogens, and powered industrial truck training. This webinar will review “TWI Bulletin No. 5: Hazard Communication,” which requires employers to provide information and training to their employees about the hazardous… More ›

    1.0 Legal CE or 1.0 CHP CE Feb 28, 2017 worker safety, OSHA, compliance, safety, Hazard
    Topics: Staffing Laws & Regulations
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    Highlights The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued recommended practices for temporary workers and issued bulletins on such topics as hazard communication, bloodborne pathogens, and powered industrial truck training. This webinar will review “TWI Bulletin No. 6: Bloodborne Pathogens,” which is intended to ensure that temporary workers are protected from exposure to bloodborne… More ›

    1.0 Legal CE or 1.0 CHP CE Jan 31, 2017 worker safety, OSHA, compliance, safety
    Topics: Staffing Laws & Regulations
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    Highlights The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued recommended practices for temporary workers and issued bulletins on such topics as hazard communication, bloodborne pathogens, and powered industrial truck training. This webinar will review “TWI Bulletin No. 7: Powered Industrial Truck Training,” which is intended to ensure that temporary workers receive training on the… More ›

    1.0 Legal CE or 1.0 CHP CE Feb 9, 2017 OSHA, compliance, safety, Legal, Industrial, Risk Management
    Topics: Staffing Laws & Regulations
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    1.0 Legal CE or 1.0 Health Care CE Aug 14, 2018 safety, Compliance and Risk Management
    Topics: Safety
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    Highlights The circumstances surrounding coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are continuing to develop each day, and companies around the world are grappling with how to best conduct their business during these difficult times. During this webinar, attorney Mark Lies II and a panel of legal experts from Seyfarth Shaw will discuss what effects the coronavirus may… More ›

    1.5 Legal CE and 1.5 Health Care CE Mar 12, 2020 Coronavirus, Compliance/Legal/Risk Management
    Topics: Compliance & Risk Management, Employment Law
  • The Internal Revenue Service and Department of Labor have cracked down on worker misclassification, the penalties for which can be severe. Staffing firms are a good option for companies because most workers assigned through a staffing arrangement can only be classified as employees. Staffing firms generally recruit and screen the workers, and verify their work status under immigration laws. Clients typically will be joint employers because, among other things, they supervise and direct the employees’ day-to-day work. Given the employee status of most staffing firm workers, the potential liability clients face with respect to independent contractors is largely avoided. More ›

  • Staffing firms and employees benefit from fewer workplace hazards and exposures, as well as fewer worker injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. Moreover, worker satisfaction, productivity, collaboration, recruitment, and retention all increase dramatically when employers promote and ensure safe and healthy work environments. The Employee Safety Best Practices and Operating Information documents pertain to: Staffing firms’ general… More ›

    Topics: Safety
  • 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… More ›

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