CAL/OSHA has updated the temporary COVID-19 workplace safety rules, including new mask restrictions and new pay rules.
Because falls are among the most common reasons for workplace injuries and fatalities in California, fall protection is a very important to understand.
CAL/OSHA is responsible for the health and safety of workers in California as well as the safety of customers.
Over the past five decades, regulations on lead exposure have evolved in an effort to keep the air, water, and soil at safe levels
A new emergency temporary standard has been released by OSHA. How will small and large businesses adapt to COVID-19 regulations?
It is impossible to prepare. No matter how many dangers are contained, new ones may be lurking just around the corner.
If you work with or around hazardous chemicals in California, you need a Hazard Communication (HazCom) Program.
California law requires any employer of 5+ employees to provide training on sexual harassment & abusive behavior prevention training
OSHA and Cal OSHA have almost identical missions of assuring safe and healthy working conditions for workers.
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