Through the establishment and implementation of employee safety best practices, staffing firms and employees can benefit from fewer workplace hazards and exposures, as well as fewer worker injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. Moreover, research shows that worker satisfaction, productivity, collaboration, recruitment, and retention all increase dramatically when employers foster safe and healthy work environments.
ASA created Employee Safety Best Practices and Operating Information to help staffing firms promote and ensure employee safety. These corporate and field-level policies and procedures have proven to increase productivity and the quality of the workforce, as well as decrease turnover and reduce insurance costs. There are three versions of the document for firms operating in industrial staffing; nurse staffing; and office–clerical, professional–managerial, and technical–information technology staffing.
To view the Employee Safety Best Practices and Operation Information, visit americanstaffing.net.
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