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Active Shooter Situation Preparedness

An active shooter situation in your workplace is impossible to predict. One thing you can do is make sure your employees are prepared. Learn what the Department of Homeland Security recommends: Run, Hide, Fight.

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State Fund is committed to providing companies across California with the information and resources they need to keep their employees and their businesses safe.

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Cal/OSHA's Latest COVID-19 Update

Effective May 6, 2022, final changes were made to the Emergency Temporary Standard that will remain in effect though the end of the year.

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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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New lighting regulations to protect nighttime agriculture workers

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Nighttime Agricultural Standard

California has adopted lighting standards for nighttime agriculture workers.
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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.