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.
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.
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.
AB 152, signed into law on September 30, 2022, makes two significant changes to the Labor Code.
Cal/OSHA considers Monkeypox a workplace hazard, therefore employers have a duty to protect their workers from the virus.
In order to help prevent injuries arising from vehicle operations, it is important to have in place and enforce an effective Fleet Management program
Compilation of various PRISM resources, links, and information for members affected by Wildfires.
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