December 9, 2023
Lawyers Urge California Firms To Draft Plans For Violence-Prevention Law
Employer attorneys are urging California companies to begin crafting documents and developing training procedures to comply with the state’s newly enacted law requiring general industry employers to implement workplace violence-prevention plans -- measures that must be fully in place by next summer. They are also warning that California OSHA (Cal/OSHA) continues to work on a separate workplace violence-prevention standard, which could eventually add more compliance requirements over and above the new statutory mandates. “There’s quite a bit of work for...
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