On January 16, 2020 the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board adopted a new safety rule requiring employers to provide employees with access to their written Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) within five days of an employee’s request.
Another legislative year has come and gone with the legislature introducing 2,421 individual pieces of legislation. Read on for a summary of these bills and their anticipated impact to PRISM members.
Recently signed by Governor Newsom, SB 722 requires a school district or charter school to have at least one adult with a valid certification of CPR training to be present throughout the duration of a non-interscholastic event.
The California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (OSHSB) has elected to postpone its adoption of the Federal COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS).
Filtration and air cleaning are effective means of controlling indoor air pollutants, particularly those associated with poor outdoor air quality.
TikTok trends have impacted school districts across the nation, leaving many school administrators frustrated. It's important to be aware of the potential for these incidents before they occur.
While no one wants to be involved in a slip and fall accident, knowing the basics of how to fall safely may help to minimize injury in the unfortunate case of a fall.
The first student to navigate this intensive five-part safety training course is PRISM’s own Chandler Wright, Risk Control Specialist.
Does your agency have a drug-free workplace policy? With remote work being an option for many employees at this time, it is essential that the drug-free workplace policy be expanded to include these remote workplaces.
Recruiting and onboarding qualified individuals is an ongoing process for many PRISM members. To assist in that process, PRISM Risk Control has put together a compilation of resources that focus on Recruiting and Onboarding.
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