Don’t Make These Mistakes When Posting Cal/OSHA Form 300A

Posted on: January 21st, 2021 by Leaders' Choice Staff No Comments

Employers with 10 or more employees must post their completed Cal/OSHA Form 300A by Feb. 1 and keep it posted in their workplace until April 30. The form must be posted where the company usually posts other employee notices, like minimum wage and workplace safety notices. Form 300A summarizes the total number of fatalities, missed […]

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Cal/OSHA Requires Employers to Protect Workers from Wildfire Smoke

Posted on: September 16th, 2020 by Leaders' Choice Staff No Comments

As wildfires continue raging throughout California, Cal/OSHA has issued a reminder to employers that they are required to protect their outdoor workers from smoke if the air quality index exceeds 151. Cal/OSHA has extended an emergency regulation it put in place in August 2019 through January 2021 as it works on a permanent regulation on […]

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Cal/OSHA Working on Rules to Protect Outdoor Workers from Wildfire Smoke

Posted on: June 24th, 2019 by Leaders' Choice Staff No Comments

Cal/OSHA is developing regulations that would require employers of outdoor workers to provide respiratory equipment when air quality is significantly affected by wildfires. Smoke from wildfires can travel hundreds of miles and while an area may not be in danger of the wildfire, the smoke can be thick and dangerous, reaching unhealthy levels. The danger […]

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Top 10 Laws and Regulations for 2019

Posted on: December 20th, 2018 by Leaders' Choice Staff No Comments

Every year comes with new laws and regulations that affect employers. It pays to stay on top of all the new requirements, so we are here to help you understand those that are most likely to affect your business. The following are the top 10 laws, regulations and trends that you need to know about […]

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Ruling May Open Firms up to Prosecution, Employee Suits in Safety Cases

Posted on: March 13th, 2018 by Leaders' Choice Staff No Comments

The California State Supreme Court has issued a landmark opinion that paves the way for employees who have been injured at work due to their employer’s violations of Cal/OSHA regulations to sue for unfair business practices and other violations of the state’s Business and Professions Code. This broadens the scope of employer liability in workplace […]

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