Cal OSHA Safety Training
California’s Safety Law - SB-198 - California's Senate Bill 198 represents a change of direction in Cal-OSHA's Compliance efforts and is designed to emphasize accident and injury prevention through effective safety programs and the strict enforcement of safety standards by Cal-OSHA. After these new rules are explained in this program, you may sit back and say to yourself, “This is what we've been doing all along, so what's the big deal?
Today, the California Worker’s Compensation Law provides a faster, fairer way to take care of injured workers where fault doesn’t have to be proved to recover medical expenses and lost wages. This job-injury insurance is paid for by your employer and supervised by the state. If you can’t work due to a job-related injury or illness, workers’ compensation automatically pays your medical bills and provides money to live on until you can return to work.
Safety Training: Strategies, Compliance Requirements, and Sample Training Outlines for California Employers
25 Most Commonly Cited OSHA Violations - Developing a program such as this is quite subjective and varies from state to state and it depends widely upon the individual OSHA inspectors. We've aimed this particular program at the manufacturing industry; however, the violations listed apply generally to any industry.
Facts About OSHA Inspections - The information contained in this video was taken from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, 1989 revised OSHA booklet 2098. Material contained in this program is not considered a substitute for any provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 or for any standards issued by OSHA.
New Rule On Record-Keeping - OSHA Form 300 - OSHA's recordkeeping requirements, have been implemented since 1971 and were created to help employers identify workplace hazards and correct conditions hazardous to employees by maintaining records and tracking injuries, illnesses, and their causes. The new rule has been created to simplify the recordkeeping system and the use of technology for employees.
OSHA’s Eleven - Every factory, mill, and office in this country could well post a cautionary sign next to its front entrance. Warning: working may be hazardous to your health. Safety and loss prevention in the hospitality industry is a job that never ends ensuring that associates have a safe work environment and follow safety rules is a task that demands knowledge, constant vigilance, and dedication.
Repetitive motion injuries can put your company and employees at risk. Here's a product that will educate your industrial workers for less than the cost of a single injury. Includes a 30-slide PowerPoint CD with handouts and speaker's notes.