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Temporary Worker Compliance: How the Regulations Impact the Host Employer and Staffing Agency
It’s estimated that more than 40 million U.S. workers quit their jobs in 2021. As a result, employers are having to navigate the ripple effects from this phenomenon known as the “great resignation.” The unprecedented change in the U.S. labor market, combined with the struggle to find quality job candidates, is causing many employers to consider hiring temporary workers. Hiring temp workers comes with unique health, safety and compliance considerations for both the host employer and the staffing agency.

This webinar will clarify the host employer’s and staffing agency’s responsibilities, as well as identify key federal regulations that pertain to this shared working relationship, including:

• Hazard assessment
• Training
• Injury and illness recordkeeping
• Personal protective equipment
• Whistleblower rights

We’ll save 10-15 minutes at the end to answer your questions. Register today to gain a clearer understanding of your responsibilities as they pertain to temp workers at your facility.


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Rachel Krubsack
Editor – EHS @J. J. Keller & Associates Inc.
Rachel writes a monthly newsletter on employee safety training; edits two manuals (OSHA Rules for General Industry and Hazard Communication Compliance); answers questions from subscribers; and contributes content for other publications, including Safety Management Suite. Her topics of expertise include hazard communication, hearing conservation, training requirements, bloodborne pathogens and emergency action plans.
Ray Chishti
Editor – EHS @J. J. Keller & Associates Inc.
Ray joined J. J. Keller in 2017 as a workplace safety editor. Before that, he worked as an EHS professional in auditing, management and executive leadership positions with new construction, operating facilities and large EPC projects valued between $1 million and $2 billion. Ray has more than 18 years of EHS experience in various industries, including fossil fuel power plants and utility distribution and transmission work. His experience also includes safety responsibilities in retail grocery stores, warehouse facilities and the construction of a college campus. Ray holds a Juris Doctor with a concentration in occupational safety and health. He’s also an OSHA-authorized trainer for general industry and construction and holds first aid, AED and CPR certifications.