Posts Tagged ‘Cal/OSHA’

April 24 Heat Illness Prevention Network Conference Call

Take advantage of an upcoming conference call to review best practices for preventing heat illness at outdoor worksites. Everyone is welcome to join the call – no Heat Illness Prevention Network (HIP Network) membership required. WHO: Andre Schoorl, Acting Director, Department of Industrial Relations, and Juliann Sum, Chief, Cal/OSHA WHAT: Conference call with Q&A to […]

19 Apr 18 - Heat Illness - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Plan Ahead to Protect Outdoor Workers from Heat Illness

Even though a glance out the window may show stormy skies, next week the weather may be sunny and beautiful with increasing temperatures. Cal/OSHA reminds employers to take time now and plan ahead for warmer weather to protect outdoor workers from heat-related illness and death. “It is never too early for employers with outdoor workers […]

16 Apr 18 - Heat Illness - Katie Culliton - No CommentsRead More »

Last Month to Post Log 300 Summary

In a couple of weeks, it will be OK to remove the Form 300A Annual Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, which must be posted every year at your place of business from February 1 through April 30. Employees, former employees and their representatives have the right to see the Cal/OSHA Form 300A in its entirety. […]

13 Apr 18 - Workplace Safety - Gail Cecchettini Whaley - No CommentsRead More »

Reminder: Post Form 300A Starting February 1

Don’t forget that you need to post the Form 300A summary of job-related injuries and illnesses from 2017 at your place of business from February 1 through April 30. Employers are required to post only the summary (Form 300A) — not the Form 300 (Log). The summary must list the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that occurred […]

24 Jan 18 - Workplace Safety - Gail Cecchettini Whaley - No CommentsRead More »

After the Smoke Clears: Cal/OSHA Offers Fire Cleanup Safety Guidance

The wildfires in California’s wine country — that have charred roughly 160,000 acres and ruined more than 7,000 structures — are reaching full containment, prompting Cal/OSHA to call attention to the hazards that exist after the smoke and flames have cleared. The agency is reminding employers and workers who are executing the cleanup in fire-damaged […]

30 Oct 17 - Health and Safety, Injury and Illness Prevention - Jessica Mulholland - No CommentsRead More »