In April, 2013 OSHA established an initiative to reduce the increase in the number of serious accidents resulting in serious injuries and illnesses, with many leading to fatalities of temporary employees at all worksites in the US. It was the concern of OSHA that from 2008 forward the number of temporary employees being hired began to increase throughout industry and that it was likely for the trend to continue. It was the concern of OSHA that temporary employees were not receiving the adequate training, provided personnel protective equipment and oversight by the host employer or the supplying agency.
OSHA investigated in greater detail events that occurred to identify common causes and issues to many of the events. In that were governing health and safety of temporary workers to ensure that they are as well protected and knowledgeable of work place hazards at worksites. The course will include a discussion of the background leading to the initiative by OSHA as well as provide the regulatory and compliance issues to both the Host and Agency or company providing the temporary employees. Meetings with key stakeholders representing industry and Agencies/organizations supplying temporary workers were held. Subsequent to the meetings OSHA generated guidance documents to business and industry as OSHA internal programs and directives to their compliance staff.
The instructor will explain the OSHA initiative, how to determine whether the employee is considered as your site employee and what programs or processes must be established to comply.
Learn about the potential relationship between the employer and the employee as it relates to Safety and Health issues. You need to understand your responsibilities for temporary employees at your site as it relates to training, PPE, OSHA recordability of injuries/illnesses, etc.
Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
Irwin Dobrushin has 38+ years of experience in the Environmental, Health and Safety Profession. Throughout his career, he has provided comprehensive health and safety support and services in a variety of business settings including consultation and industrial/manufacturing settings: including steel and metal production, metal fabrication, organic and inorganic chemical manufacturing, nuclear fuel manufacturing, site decommissioning activity involving the remediation of chemical and radiological contamination and asbestos abatement. Irwin is a Certified Industrial Hygienist, American Board of Industrial Hygiene, Certification Number 3561 His expertise is mainly into: Ergonomic assessments, training and corrective actions Comprehensive practice of Industrial Hygiene Analysis of Work related injury/illness data identification, causation, frequency of injury types, corrective actions etc. for a multinational corporation Safety and Industrial Hygiene Program/Procedures development, review and implementation Safety and Industrial Hygiene Compliance Auditing All aspects of safety/health program development and implementation OSHA Process Safety Management and EPA Risk Management Programs Hazardous Waste Disposal His Education: University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School Of Public Health, Environmental Science, MPH University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, B. S. Biology Graduated Cum Laude