Injury and Illness Prevention Program
In California, every employer must provide a healthy and safe workplace. An effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) is at the center of this requirement. Required by law, the IIPP requirements spell out how to identify and address risks, what to do when an injury or illness occurs, and much more.
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Make Your IIPP Work for You
The most effective IIPP is one that your employees understand and have easy access to. Find out how to build your IIPP and how to help your employees get the most out of it.
An Effective IIPP Helps Prevent Injuries and Claims
Your IIPP is not only necessary to comply with state regulations, but also to help protect your employees. Read Keona Fulcher's story about how her employer reduced injuries and claims after constructing their workplace safety program using our IIPP Builder℠.
IIPP Violations – The Most-Common Cal/OSHA Citation
Each year, Cal/OSHA issues more citations for IIPP-related violations than it does for any other standard. But, this citation is completely avoidable.