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Still wondering if you are giving your employees their meal breaks that comply with California state law? In this one how webinar we will go over the basics as well as any updates to Wage & Hour laws. 2018 is quickly approaching so we will also update you on any proposed Wage & Hour laws also.Find out more »
Almost every business has safety issues involving “lockout-tagout”. Lockout-tagout is one of the major areas of safety concern for OSHA but also many employees are seriously injured from improper lock-out-tagout and lack of training. This one hour webinar will cover the basics so that employers and managers can make sure employees are working safely!Find out more »
Understanding Cal OSHA Chemical Hazards Communication “Global Harmonized System” Training as Required by Law
OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard has been revised to align itself with the UN’s Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). There are major changes to elements of the existing Hazard Communication Standard that include the uniformed 16 section Safety Data Sheet (SDS) format, the 9 GHS pictograms, and new chemical label requirements.
To keep in compliance with OSHA standards and to avoid possible fines, every employee who will be exposed to chemicals in the workplace must have been trained on the new standard by December 1, 2013. Employers are also required by law to have a written Chemical Hazard Communication Program to identify the hazards the chemicals used on site present and how they plan on protecting their workers from them and provide workers with the proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and documented training. Failure to have this program is against OSHA regulations and a fine of up to $7,000 may be assessed.
This one hour webinar will help employers and managers comply with the Standard and avoid costly fines!
Effective 7/1/17, San Francisco employers with 35 or more employees must comply with the Paid Parental Leave Ordinance. There are many requirements to this law that we will discuss in this one hour webinar including how to calculate the employee’s leave if they have 2 or more jobs. We will have an open forum where we will try and answer your questions.Find out more »
Slips, trips & falls are a major reason an employer’s workers compensation can be so high as usually these injuries involve ergonomic injuries that can require surgery and length away-from-work recovery time. In this one hour webinar, we will cover some of the root causes of slips, trips & falls and how to prevent them.Find out more »