OSHA steps up inspections of temporary staffing agencies

08/22/2013 | Bloomberg BNA (free content)

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has doubled the number of inspections of temporary staffing agencies after being directed earlier this year to pay more attention to temporary workers, inspection data indicate. Stephen Dwyer, general counsel for the American Staffing Association, says the group's members aren't feeling harassed by OSHA, and that the ASA sees the initiative as an education effort.

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