OSHA Rules For Hiring Contract Employees
Time: 2:30pm - 4:00pm Eastern
This webinar provides insight on how to protect your employer from OSHA regulation as well as to develop an understanding on OSHA’s stance for contract and temporary workers.
We will review citations issued to both host employer and staffing agency regarding the failure of conducting hazard assessments, lack of training, providing proper personal protective equipment (PPE), etc.
You will be surprised on the high costs of non-compliance and problem areas. For instance, though many employers use staffing agencies or subcontractors to help fill their staffing void, doing so might place your organization at risk of not complying with OSHA's standards such as CFR 1904.31 Covered Employees. What You'll Learn:Learning Objectives
It is important to understand how vulnerable your organization and staffing agency are to these citations and understand the costs associated with non-compliance. By attending this webinar, you and/or your team will learn:
- The applicable OSHA requirements pertaining to contract and temporary employees
- How to reduce risk exposure of not complying with OSHA regulations
- The 'Host Employer' definition as prescribed by OSHA
- Case law pertaining to contract and temporary workers
- Common citations
- Costs to host employer and staffing agency for failure of non-compliance
- The NLRB’s recent stance on this issue
You do not want to miss this webinar! Contact your staffing agency also - they need to understand their role and responsibility of providing contract/temporary employees.