How to deal with a Temporary Employee Getting Injured

  I occasionally get asked about who has responsibility for an employee that is hired on a temporary basis through an agency. Many employers mistakenly think that since the person is not their employee and they are only paying a fee to receive that person’s services that they are not responsible for their safety or …

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8 Things You Need to be Aware of with OSHA in 2013

I had the opportunity to listen to a webinar put on by Ed Foulke of Fisher & Phillips LLC on OSHA recordkeeping. The short video below is my summation of what I heard were some of the major points. Expand the video to the full screen to more easily read it. [youtube]http://youtu.be/Qz1mWqtPA5M[/youtube]

DEADLINE: OSHA Logs MUST Be Posted

  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires covered employers to post a lot of information. In addition to the OSHA poster the annual report on injuries and illnesses must be posted as well. That deadline of February 1st is fast approaching. What must be posted The OSHA Form 300 A is the Summary of …

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