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OSHA Fall Protection and Training Requirements for Temporary Workers

In today’s business environment, temporary workers are a fact of life.  From filling predictable labor shortages to shoring unforeseen gaps in staffing, a temporary worker can save the day.  That said, without proper planning and policies, temps can also expose your company to OSHA citations and fines, especially if they work at heights.  Whether your company regularly relies on temporary workers or is considering their first-time use, it is important to understand your company’s obligations to protect temps working at heights. 

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Did You Know?

Using chain to guard any loading docks does not meet the OSHA regulation of a rail to be able to withstand a force of 200 pounds in any direction?