Description Recording of the live event on June 17, 2021 Webinar Description As California sees light at the end of the pandemic tunnel and employers bring employees back on-site, now is a good time to audit your workplace safety measures and policies. Are you in compliance with health and safety requirements? While the safety and well-being of employees is always top of mind for California employers, the pandemic certainly heightened this awareness, with the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) issuing COVID-19 emergency regulations effective November 30, 2020. Join CalChamber’s legal experts for a well-timed refresher course that will focus on your documentation and compliance practices. Topics will include: Establishing and implementing an Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) Reviewing reporting and recordkeeping requirements, including the Log 300 and COVID-19 reporting obligations Adhering to Cal/OSHA’s COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) Meeting Heat Illness and Wildfire safety requirements Learning about Cal/OSHA enforcement and inspections Posting/providing required posters and notices This webinar will provide you with best practices that will not only show your employees you care about their safety, but that will also reduce the risk of injuries, claims, and citations in your workplace.Webinar Details Presented by top CalChamber employment law experts Created with HR professionals, office managers, business owners, and safety compliance officers in mind Optimized for mobile viewing on tablets and smartphones Formatted so participants can submit questions during the webinar Provided: downloadable webinar slides and webinar recording of the 6/17/21 live event This webinar was recorded on June 17, 2021, and was current as of the date of the recording. Due to the webinar topic and subject matter discussed, it is possible that some of the content is now out of date. Please consult with legal counsel regarding any matter that may apply to you. This webinar offers information only and does not serve as or replace legal advice.