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Resources to Encourage Host Employer Safety

In the interest of temporary worker safety and health, the relationship between the staffing firm and host employer should be collaborative. In this section, you'll find a variety of practical tools, articles and white papers to share with clients that represent just a sample of what is contained in the NSC Journey to Safety Excellence program.

If you are new to safety or don’t have a strong background in the basics of safety and health topics, this is the place to start. Here, we’ll review current laws and regulations and the basics of insurance. We’ll provide you with models of safety and health plans, case studies, and the know-how to present your safety ideas to management.

Safety and Health Sample Plan

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OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

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OSHA Sample Programs

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OSHA Law and Regulations

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The Business Case for Injury and Illness Prevention Programs I2P2

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Journey to Safety Excellence – Safety Basics Resources

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​Show employees that their safety is your priority. Foster a culture in which safety is fully integrated and becomes a shared responsibility using near miss reporting and other helpful resources to enhance culture and engage employees.

Safety for Temporary Workers

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The Business Case for Investment in Safety – An Executive’s Guide

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The Inseparability of Safety and Business Success

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Driving Toward “0” – Best Practices in Corporate Safety and Health

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Safety Leadership: 6 Important Actions to Move Safety Forward

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Supervisors’ Safety Manual

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NSC Employee Safety Perception Survey

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Journey to Safety Excellence – Leadership and Engagement Resources

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Set a framework of effective processes and procedures to ensure work tasks are completed safely. Gain access to practices that will lead your organization into the future of safety.

Safety for Temporary Workers

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NSC Safety System Assessment

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Incident Investigation

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Injury and Illness Prevention Programs

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Evacuation Plans and Procedures eTool

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Planning for Emergencies: Strategies for Small Business

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Beyond the Injury – Return to Work Programs

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Journey to Safety Excellence – SMS Resources

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Identify potential hazards and decrease the likelihood of an incident or severe injury or illness. Find out how to reduce hazards for all your employees with a premium selection of articles and safety tips.

Weekly Construction Toolbox Talks (English and Spanish)

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Job Safety Analysis

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Recognizing Hidden Dangers: 25 Steps to a Safer Office

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Lift Correctly

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OSHA Hazard Identification Training Tool

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OSHA Steps to an Effective Hazard Communication Program

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Cell Phone Policy Kit

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Prescription Painkiller Epidemic

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Journey to Safety Excellence – Risk Reduction Resources

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Set achievable goals and use a mix of leading and lagging indicators to monitor your safety performance. Start measuring and preventing workplace injuries with these practical tools and incentive programs.

NSC Incident Rate Calculator

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Practical Guide to Leading Indicators

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Transforming EHS Through Leading Indicators

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Near Miss Reporting Systems

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The Measure of Safety

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Journey to Safety Excellence – Performance Measurement Resources

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Temporary Worker Initiative

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Recommended Practices: Protecting Temporary Workers

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TWI Bulletin 1 – Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements

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TWI Bulletin 2 – Personal Protective Equipment

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TWI Bulletin 3 – Whistleblower Protection Rights

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TWI Bulletin 4 – Safety and Health Training

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TWI Bulletin 5 – Hazard Communication

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State Laws

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Cal/OSHA’s Protecting Temporary Agency Employees

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Recordkeeping Requirements

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Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs

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Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs in Construction

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