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Jul 16 2024

Multi-Employer Worksites: Understanding the roles and responsibilities of contractors and host companies

While construction sites are probably the most common example of multiple employers working together, any place with a contractor or even temporary employees from a staffing agency can fall under OSHA’s Multi-Employer Citation Policy.
It's important to understand your roles and responsibilities for training, compliance, and liability purposes.
Join us for this upcoming webcast to learn the following:
• How to understand OSHA’s Multi-Employer policy
• How to avoid citations when multiple employers are involved
• How to protect your employees from hazards on multi-employer worksites
We'll save the last 15 minutes for a Q&A session where you can ask the presenters any specific questions you may have.
Register today so you can feel more prepared for your next multi-employer worksite.

Jul 16 2024

Unsafe Driving — Identifying, Managing, and Reducing Risky Behaviors

If your CSA Unsafe Driving score is inching upward or already above the intervention threshold, you could have a greater crash risk than your competitors. But you can reverse the trend.
Join us for an expert-led discussion for practical guidance on how to:
• Uncover unsafe driving root causes using the Safety Management Cycle
• Evaluate your entire operation for risk
• Build accountability and change dangerous behaviors
Don't miss this engaging, informative webcast. Bring your questions for Q&A with our experts. Register today!

Jul 16 2024

Remote Work Regroup: 5 ‘Red Flags’ to Remedy

Remote work has been all the rage the past few years. It's time to regroup and review the most common challenges employers are facing today. Whether you have a few remote workers or employees all over the country, this webcast is for you.
We'll address five 'red flags' for employers to remedy, including:
1. FMLA: Are eligibility requirements the same when workers are remote?
2. Accommodations: Handling requests to work from home
3. Employee engagement: Training, team building, and more for remote and hybrid teams
4. Compliance issues: Labor law posters and the Forms I-9 for remote workers
5. Marijuana laws: State laws come into play when hiring remote workers
Time will be reserved for a live question & answer session.

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