Did you know that employers are required to train their employees on heat illness prior to working in the heat? Get some resources!
Swatting is a dangerous hoax, where a false report of an emergency or threat of violence prompts an immediate law enforcement response. However, there are some proactive steps that school districts can take to reduce risk.
On March 3, 2023, the California Department of Public Health announced updates to several state public health orders and COVID-19.
If your agency has a USDOT number and operates under Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations, you are responsible for updating your information with the FMCSA every two years.
The newly released IRIC manual now available!
What do you do when there are so many projects and not enough manpower to accomplish them? That was the big question in the City of Lemon Grove, and the answer was collaboration with students at San Diego State University through the Sage Project.
The California Office of Administrative Law approved the Non-Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Standard adopted by the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Standards Board and it went into effect February 3rd.
Teleworking. Work-from-home. Telecommuting. These all refer to the trend of remote work. But what are the benefits of remote work? What are the possible concerns? How does one create a work-from-home program?
Did you miss the Safety IQ Challenge last week? Check out the rankings!
As we are in the midst of a series of winter storms affecting most of California it makes sense to assess for property damage and ensure facilities are ready for the next storm.
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