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The Worker’s Compensation Risk Certification (WRC, pronounced “work”) is a staffing-specific program focusing on the critical area of safety. The WRC Certified Seal identifies a firm’s commitment to safety early in the sales process. The WRC standard is administered by industry leadership including the WRC Advisory Council, the American Staffing Association (ASA), the voice of the staffing industry, and RCS Services (RCS), the nation’s fifth largest independent risk management firm.

Drawing influence from the ISO family of standards, staffing firms undergo a comprehensive operational evaluation process to earn the designation, WRC Certified. This includes a review of how they prescreen, qualify and interview applicants. The process contemplates how employees are evaluated and matched to jobs and trained before they are sent to a worksite. Furthermore, the WRC Certification process extends into the client partnership and how staffing services build safety partnerships, communicate with clients, and maintain focus on your facility and production goals. Should an accident or injury occur, WRC Certified firms are trained to react immediately and work with the client to ensure that all employees are safe from similar harm.