PRISM's Risk Control staff has compiled the following resources regarding workplace violence prevention, education and best practices. The best way to ensure your entity is prepared is to have a well-developed plan and educate your employees.
In today's climate, K-12 agencies are challenged with an evolving and complex set of threats, hazards, and security challenges. Targeted school violence remains an ongoing problem across the United States, with tragedies affecting agencies and impacting the health and safety of our youth.
Did you know that employers are required to train their employees on heat illness prior to working in the heat? Get some resources!
Compilation of various PRISM resources, links, and information for members affected by Wildfires.
According to the Red Cross, May is recognized as National Wildfire Awareness Month. Have you thought about how your agency will participate and take steps to prepare?
Are you part of the Property Program? Your entity is eligible to apply for a Property Program Grant, which includes up to $25k per member, per fiscal year on a matching basis.
California OSH Standards Board has approved a third re-adoption of its Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) for COVID-19 Prevention.
SB2 was signed into law in September 2021 and includes major changes to peace officer hiring and eligibility.
As the CDPH mask mandate for wearing a face mask indoors at K-12 Schools comes to an end, district leaders should be mindful of how this may affect their schools.
Governor Gavin Newsom’s February 28, 2022 Executive Order N-5-22, California suspended its COVID-19 masking requirement for most workers, regardless of vaccination status.
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