The Question & Answer you are attempting to access, "How are temporary employees handled under the hazard communication standard?", is reserved for subscribers.

Excerpt from "How are temporary employees handled under the hazard communication standard?"
OSHA considers temporary employment agencies, who send their own employees to work at other facilities, to be employers whose employees may be exposed to hazards. Since it is that company (the lessor) that maintains a continuing relationship with its employees but another employer (the client) who creates and controls the hazards, there is a shared responsibility for assuring that these employees are protected from the workplace hazards.

See it now - Register for a Free Trial   
First Name
Last Name
Company Size

Get your FREE Access to 100's of Environmental Resources Today!

Practical answers to your perplexing federal and state compliance questions are just 2 minutes away:

  • State and Federal EPA Compliance Library - Plain-English state and federal regulatory analysis, plus daily environmental news.
  • Final and proposed regulations & notices - Updated daily, plus a twice-weekly email alert
  • 8,000+ online tools - Checklists, sample plans, and forms make compliance easier
  • "Ask the Experts" - Personalized answers to your environmental questions
  • EHS Daily Advisor - Our award-winning newsletter keeps you in the know - Making State and Federal Environmental Compliance Easier

Internal Reference: Catcode=A201 Funcode=UD74