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Minimizing Health Hazards from Disinfectants in Schools
Posted by Eric Lucero in COVID-19, Education

As schools contemplate reopening, districts are encouraged to procure disinfectants that kill the coronavirus using the least hazardous active ingredient.

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FMCSA Clearinghouse Annual Query Requirements
Posted by Chandler Wright in Risk Control

Employers with drivers subject to the Department of Transportation (DOT) Drug and Alcohol must participate in the FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse which requires that Employers conduct at least one query per year for each regulated driver.

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Distance Learning Safety Series: Cyberbullying
Posted by Scarlett Sadler in Education

Welcome to the fifth post of the blog mini-series: Distance Learning Safety Protocols for the Educator and the Student.

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Distance Learning Safety Series: Student Medical Emergencies
Posted by Scarlett Sadler in Education

Welcome to the fourth post of the blog mini-series: Distance Learning Safety Protocols for the Educator and the Student: Student Medical Emergencies

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Sample COVID-19 Exposure Notifications
Posted by Sarah Bruno in COVID-19

AB 685 requires written notice to various parties regarding potential exposure to COVID-19. Several members have reached out looking for samples, so we partnered with Patti Eyres, Managing Partner of Eyres Law Group to provide the following three examples.

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Distance Learning Safety Series: Managing Online Classroom -- De-Escalation
Posted by Scarlett Sadler in Education

Welcome to the third post for the blog mini-series: Distance Learning Safety Protocols for the Educator and the Student: Managing Online Classroom.

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Distance Learning Safety Series: Signs of Child Abuse
Posted by Scarlett Sadler in Education

Welcome to the second post for the blog mini-series: Distance Learning Safety Protocols for the Educator and the Student: Signs of Child Abuse 

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Did You Know ... The Harassment Prevention Training Compliance Deadline is Fast Approaching?
Posted by Sarah Bruno in Did You Know?

Under SB 1343 all employers in California with five or more employees are required to provide at least two hours of interactive training regarding harassment prevention to all supervisory employees and one hour for all non-supervisory employees.

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Distance Learning Safety Series: Grooming
Posted by Scarlett Sadler in Education

Welcome to the first post of the mini blog series: Distance Learning Safety Protocols for the Educator and Student. Over the next few weeks, we will continue to post recommendations and best practices which address various safety aspects of distance learning, including grooming, signs of child abuse, student medical emergencies, cyberbullying, and managing the online classroom.

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Cal/OSHA - Alternatives to N95 Respirators for Wildfire Smoke
Posted by John Nichols in Risk Control

Cal/OSHA released guidance on strategies for optimizing the availability of respirators for wildfire smoke events.

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