OSHA Urged to Launch Temporary Worker Emphasis Program Occupational Health & Safety (11/05/13)

November 6th, 2013

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s assistant secretary, Dr. David Michaels, has received 15 recommendations from a coalition of workplace safety groups that urge the agency to improve safety and health conditions for temporary workers. OSHA is preparing a proposal that would mandate that companies publicly post summary data from their log of work-related injuries. The top two recommendations regard delineating health and safety responsibilities in dual-employer settings.         |          Full Story Available

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