We ask that each applicant actively on file with us check in on a weekly or bi-weekly basis to let us know if you are available to work. Give us a call at 760-446-8677.
Has it been a while since you have checked in with TOSS?
Typically, TOSS will keep your file active for up to one year after you apply unless you are actively checking in with us on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. When we stop hearing from you, we assume you’re working. If you have worked for us, we will keep your file active for up to three years past the last time you worked with us. For confidentiality reasons, past these dates we begin to shred your personal information. Once this happens, you’ll have to start the process all over again. Give us a call at 760-446-8677 to find out if your file is still active.
Update Your Information
If your address, phone number, or work history has changed; please update your file. If it’s been a while, come on into the office and let the staff get reacquainted. Bring us a new resume and let us know what you have been doing since we last heard from you. Be sure to keep us updated so that we can easily contact you.
Reporting An On The Job Injury
All on-the-job injuries, illnesses, or exposures must immediately be reported
by the employee to their supervisor and TOSS.
No matter the severity of the incident, the employee must report all accidents, injuries or exposures immediatley, or as soon as they have knowledge of an incident. If the employee is not able to contact the supervisor, the employee should contact the TOSS office or use one of the emergency phone numbers. There is no reason an incident should go unreported.
If an on-the-job injury or illness requires examination by a physician, the employee must get authorization from TOSS for the examination prior to seeking medical attention. In cases of severe injury, phone authorization will satisfy the requirement. The employee will be given a Request for Medical Treatment form to present to the physician.
Failure to report an incident can hamper the report and investigation of the incident. Failure to report can also cause the employee to lose benefits or hamper the proper payment of benefits and compensation to the employee. Failure to report an incident may be considered grounds for disciplinary action, up to and including termination. The employee is responsible for reporting the injury or accident to TOSS. Notification of the client supervisor will not meet the reporting standard, the employee must contact their employer – TOSS!