After 37 years in the staffing industry alongside of working to ensure COATS Staffing Software is constantly updated to meet our client’s needs, two documents caught my eye. Our clients really appreciate any resources and documents they can share to help make their clients lives easier. Educating and working as an adjunct human resource department is a valuable asset for many of our software clients to offer their customers.
The first document is from OSHA and I’ve provided a link below within the article. OSHA has been creating an industry-specific guidance series that speaks to the specifics of each industry that our staffing firm clients service.
This information could be very useful to share with your customers in each of these industries as they provide specific advice relative to their own workforce and industry type.
The following OSHA Alerts have been created for the below sectors as of last review on 6/14/20:
- Stockroom and Loading Dock Workers(Spanish)
- Social Distancing at Work(Spanish)
- Nursing Home and Long Term Care Facility Workers(Spanish)
- Retail Pharmacies(Spanish)
- Rideshare, Taxi, and Car Service Workers(Spanish)
- Dental Practitioners(Spanish)
- Restaurants & Beverage Vendors Offering Takeout or Curbside Pickup(Spanish)
- Construction Workforce(Spanish)
- Manufacturing Industry Workforce(Spanish)
- Package Delivery Workforce(Spanish)
- Retail Workers(Spanish)
- Prevent Worker Exposure to Coronavirus (COVID-19)(Spanish)
The most recent alert was created on 6/2/20 and is for stockroom and loading dock workers. These alerts can be found at this link https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/covid-19/
The second document that caught my eye was OSHA’s COVID-19 planning guidance that focuses on employers needs when determining what to implement for work practice controls.
The guidance is for planning purposes for employers and workers to identify the risks in workplace settings and to determine control measures to implement.
This can serve as a useful document to use for your staffing firm team and to also share with your clients as well. The guide is not a standard or a regulation, and luckily doesn’t create new or change current legal obligations by OSHA.
The guide can be found here: https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3990.pdf
Lynn Connor, COATS Staffing Software
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