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March 2018

Complying with Cal OSHA’s Annual Fire Extinguisher Training

March 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am PDT

According to Cal OSHA, all employees who could use a fire extinguisher in an emergency must receive annual fire extinguisher training. Since this is web-based training, we will not be using live fire extinguishers as part of the training. If you would like this training with live fire extinguishers, please see your HR Ideas representative for scheduling.

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April 2018

Meal & Rest Periods – Wage & Hour Update

April 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm PDT

Still wondering if you are giving your employees their meal breaks that comply with California state law? In this one hour webinar, we will go over the basics as well as any updates to Wage & Hour laws.

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AB1825 Management Harassment Training – Restaurant Specific

April 12 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm PDT

All California companies with the following:
• 50 or more employees
• Within 6 months of promoting to a supervisor; or
• Within 6 months or hiring into a company as a supervisor
are required by law to provide 2 hours of sexual harassment prevention training to all supervisors in California.

Part-time and temporary employees (including those hired by staffing agencies) plus independent contractors are part of the minimum employee count of 50)

This training meets that requirement and a certificate will be given for successful completion of this training. This training is designed towards restaurant managers and supervisors.

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Workplace Violence/Active Shooter Training

April 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am PDT

More and more in the news, we are hearing the term “active shooter” and we have become terrified at the usual outcomes. Unfortunately, some of these events occur in the workplace. No business is immune from workplace violence!

What most employers do not realize that issues such as “workplace violence” and “active shooter” situations fall under the responsibility of OSHA. Employees injured or killed in these events not only fall under your workers’ compensation but if you do not have the proper documented programs such as an Emergency Action Plan and documented training owners and managers may be criminally responsible and be held financially responsible.

Come join us for this 60 minute webinar so we can answer your questions and provide you with how you can protect yourself and your business.

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