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Use the following information, provided by the Arkansas Department of Labor, to ensure that your temporary workers receive the same safety and health protections as your permanent employees.
It can be a challenge to train workers and impart safety messages when some of these employees speak limited English, but you are legally required to do so.
Whatever the emergency is: fire evacuation, bomb threat, natural disaster, or man-made incident, as a property owner, you are responsible for the safety of visitors and workers while they are on your property.
When a company is contracted to provide a service at a multiple employer worksite, is more than one employer responsible for ensuring that the company is compliant with all relevant OHS Regulations and ultimately, the safety of the contracted workers?
How often must you inspect a forklift that you use only once or twice a month?
How helping workers keep their new year’s resolutions can prevent injury and accident.