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Cal/OSHA Updates COVID-19 Emergency Standards

The revisions, which took effect January 14, 2022, include changes to the guidelines for returning to work after a close contact and a new definition of face coverings.

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Be their HERO: Fall Prevention

Workplace falls are preventable. Learning how to be safe can help you or your coworker be there for loved ones.

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Rick Cooper, Owner of R Cooper Roofing, Ridgecrest, CA

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Roofer Transforms His Business Through Safety Culture

Rick Cooper explains how a change in safety culture improved safety at his roofing business.

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Butler Amusements worker climbs Ferris wheel for maintenance.

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Butler Amusements Used Safety Culture to Boost Bottom Line

Amusement park company saves thousands after mitigating safety risks.

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California’s New Laws for Serious Injury Reporting

California employers must report deaths, serious injuries, and serious illness to Cal/OSHA.
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Build your workplace safety program

With our IIPP Builder℠, you can build an Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) tailored to your business and then save that plan to your computer.