Lessons Learned: Shared Responsibility for Workplace Safety
Who Should Attend
Staffing industry in-house counsel, safety professionals, risk managers, human resource leaders, and other industry professionals with responsibility for temporary worker safety.
Citing the disproportionate rate at which temporary workers are seriously or fatally injured in workplace accidents, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration launched its Temporary Worker Initiative in April 2013. Three years in, the initiative has taken root, and its effect on the staffing industry is undeniable. Increasingly, staffing companies find themselves involved in OSHA inspections of their clients’ work sites and, in turn, on the receiving end of OSHA citations.
Most staffing companies take the safety and health of the temporary employees they send to client sites seriously, but meeting OSHA’s compliance mandate requires more; it requires thoughtful planning, collaboration with clients, robust policies and procedures, and regular follow-up at client work sites where temporary workers are assigned. During this webinar, the presenters will offer insights and strategies designed to help staffing companies navigate the new, more challenging compliance landscape.
During this ASA webinar, attendees will
- Learn about enforcement trends under OSHA’s Temporary Worker Initiative
- Hear OSHA’s recommended practices for staffing companies
- Get staffing industry-specific challenges and strategies for addressing those challenges
- Learn ways to leverage materials from the ASA–OSHA alliance on temporary worker safety to speak with your clients about each party’s responsibilities
Corey Berghoefer, senior vice president for risk management and insurance, Randstad North America Inc.
Benjamin Briggs, Esq., partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
This webinar qualifies for 1.0 legal continuing education hour toward maintaining your ASA credential.