OSHA Compliance & COVID-19: Protecting Temporary Workers – Webinar Recording

on June 23, 2020 in Uncategorized, Workplace Safety


Worker Safety A Joint Effort

As a manufacturing workforce solutions partner, ABR recognizes our responsibility to work with you to uphold the health and safety of all worksite employees, temporary and permanent staff alike with OSHA Compliance. OSHA’s Temporary Worker Initiative, launched in 2017, along with OSHA’s 10 current Bulletins help guide this responsibility.

On June 17th, 2020, ABR, in partnership with Colin Green of Cottingham & Butler and Todd Amundson of Safety Management Services Company, held a webinar that summarized the Temporary Worker Initiative and outlined the impact COVID-19 is having on workplace health and safety.

We are pleased to offer a recorded replay of this webinar.
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At the conclusion of this webinar you will:

  • Gain a better understanding of the OSHA Compliance Temporary Workers Initiative & why it is necessary
  • Comprehend why, as a host employer, you must coordinate efforts with your staffing agency to provide a safe work environment
  • Identify and map out a plan to close gaps in health and safety training for temporary employees
  • Learn more about COVID-19 manufacturing operations and control practices to adopt

If you have additional questions, or any other workplace safety concerns or questions, contact your staffing representative at ABR for clarification and peace of mind. We appreciate our partnership with you in keeping our temporary workers safe.